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Five Ways to Get Fit

Are you looking for ways to avoid the winter time weight gain? Dr. Wagstaff, St. Anthony's Medical Center, St. Louis, gives advice on how to tip the scale in your favor.

Read more about diet & nutrition services.




Five tips for staying on top of your fitness goals

Are you a member of Get Fit? (www.stlgetfit.org) Have you created a goal but don't really know where to go from there? Don't worry; we're here to help you! We know that creating a goal is just the first step to a healthier life. Keeping up with the goal can be daunting. Join Debbie as she gives five tips to help you reach your goals.

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UpLifting Tips to Help You Move

Vici Ruthenburg, a Physical Therapist at St. Anthony's Medical Center, St. Louis, Mo., shares some tips on lifting heavy objects.

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Healthy items for your pantry

Lisa Galati, a registered dietitian at St. Anthony's Medical Center, St. Louis, Mo., shows us her home pantry and suggests how you can make your home a healthier home with food choices, diet and nutrition.

Read more about diet & nutrition services.




Healthy items for your fridge

Lisa Galati, a registered dietitian at St. Anthony's Medical Center, St. Louis, Mo., shows us her home fridge and suggests how you can make your home a healthier home with healthy food choices

Read more about diet & nutrition services.




Proper stretching

Vici Ruthenburg, a Physical Therapist at St. Anthony's Medical Center, St. Louis, Mo., shares some tips on stretching. She speaks about the importance of stretching and demonstrates a couple of easy lower extremity stretches.

Read more about therapy services.




Gift bags for cancer patients

St. Anthony's Cancer Care Advisory Council gathered 250 bags of various gifts to give to our cancer patients during the holidays. Watch the video to see the reactions of two of our patients.

More about our cancer services

 



Patient shares AED experience

Two young girls still have their father. A wife still has her husband. A mother still has her son. All of this is possible thanks to the heroic bystanders who had access to an automated external defibrillator (AED) to save the life of a 33-year-old man.

Heart services

 



First miniature cardiac monitor implant

St. Anthony's now is one of the first hospitals in the country to implant the smallest implantable cardiac monitoring device available.

More about heart services.

 



Women and Heart Disease

In recognition of heart month, Christopher Allen, M.D., a cardiologist at Heart Specialty Associates, talks about the symptoms and prevention of heart disease in women.

More on heart services.

 



Learn the benefits of breastfeeding

You can learn more about the benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and baby by watching this video. St. Anthony's provides a certified lactation consultant to all mothers during and after their hospital stays.

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Appreciative family donates footstools

Special Care Nursery has new handcrafted footstools for breastfeeding mothers.

More about the Special Care Nursery.

 



Women and Heart Disease

In recognition of heart month, Christopher Allen, M.D., a cardiologist at Heart Specialty Associates, talks about the symptoms and prevention of heart disease in women.

More on heart services.

 



OB Nurse Navigator

Expectant moms have plenty of preparation ahead of them, and St. Anthony's new Labor and Delivery Nurse Navigator program helps them keep tabs on it.

See more about maternity services.

 



Maternity Unit Virtual Tour

From family planning to pregnancy and birth, St. Anthony's Medical Center offers women high-quality care in one convenient location. More importantly, every service and program is designed to appeal to your growing family's needs.

Read more about maternity services.

 



Improved Emergency Department

People are talking about St. Anthony's Medical Center's improved Emergency Department.

More about our improved Emergency Department.

 



Better, Faster Emergency Services

On January 1, 2014, St. Anthony's Medical Center opened a brand new South County Emergency Department with new ways to get you to the right care, faster.

More our new emergency department

 



Volunteers and auxilians 2013 recap

St. Anthony's is thankful to have a large group of dedicated volunteers and auxilians. This slideshow shows only a few of the tasks our wonderful volunteers performed in 2013

More about our auxiliary and volunteers

 



OB Nurse Navigator

Expectant moms have plenty of preparation ahead of them, and St. Anthony's new Labor and Delivery Nurse Navigator program helps them keep tabs on it.

See more about maternity services.

 



Ellen Wright, Customer Services Representative

St. Anthony's employees work hard to ensure our patients and visitors receive the best care every day. Ellen Wright, a Customer Services Representative operates the call center, updates the employee directory and helps man the switchboard.

 



Volunteer memories: last and first

St. Anthony's volunteers, Delphine Holleman and Irma Briggs, recall unforgettable experiences at both the old and new hospital.

More about how to volunteer.

 



Nurse Residency Program

St. Anthony's Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri, offers a Nurse Residency Program to give newly licensed nurses additional orientation to reinforce technical skills and one-on-one training.

More about the Nurse Residency Program

 


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