Whether it’s offering mentorship programs for transplant patients, teaching teens how to be good parents or providing medical care free of charge, Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s outreach and charity care have a profound impact on the communities we serve. In 2011, we dispensed approximately 30,000 free flu vaccinations, facilitated over 100 educational programs and provided over $20 million in charity care.
In addition, we encourage and foster an environment where our employees get directly involved in the community. From mentoring high school students to offering free medical screenings in homeless shelters, our employees take pride in taking their skills to those who need it most.
Trauma Outreach in the Community
Social Work Services
Free Flu Shots for the Community, 2012
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers provide critical help for patients throughout our hospital. Our mission is to take exceptional care of people and we are always looking for those people who wish to help our patients through difficult times, people with good communication skills, and people who are willing to be flexible. If you would like to join the Volunteer Team at Barnes-Jewish, please read about our program here.
Volunteers at Barnes-Jewish Hospital