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Departments at St. Elizabeth's


Surgical Services

Composed of Ambulatory Surgery, Surgical Home, Operating Room, Post Anesthesia Care Unit, Endoscopy, and Interventional Pain Management. Our Surgical Services Department nursing staff is proud to be a part of a team delivering state of the art care including Open Heart procedures DaVinci robotics surgery and Super Dimensions Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy. Guided by standards of AORN, ASPAN and SGNA, Surgical Services colleagues are committed to delivering the highest level of service to our patients and surgeons.  We look forward to moving to the new O’Fallon campus where we will deliver superior care in an Interventional Platform joining Surgical Services with our award winning Cardiac and Vascular Service Departments.  

Infusion Services

Ensuring our community is able to receive outstanding outpatient nursing services close to home is what inspires our Infusion Services nursing colleagues. Infusion Services nurses provide much needed care including outpatient infusions, blood transfusions, injections & vaccinations, and procedures such as Venous Access Device management.


Our emergency department staff includes doctors, nurses and technicians who are specially trained in caring for patients facing life-threatening and other emergency situations. Infinity-Meds provides physician management and expertise in providing high-quality care. With leading edge technology at our fingertips, we can process x-rays, CT scans and other diagnostic tests accurately and quickly, allowing faster diagnosis and treatment in wide range areas. We are a Certified Chest Pain Center. In 2004, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital became the first hospital in the St. Louis metropolitan area to be designated as an accredited Chest Pain Center from the Society of Chest Pain Centers.

Women and Infants

Composed of Labor and Delivery, Mother/Baby and the Well Baby and Intermediate Care Nurseries, our highly-trained nurses provide specialized, compassionate, family-centered care. Our practice is guided by the most current and evidence-based guidelines and many of our nurses hold certifications in obstetrical nursing. At St. Elizabeth’s Women and Infants Center, we consider it a privilege to be part of one of life’s most memorable and extraordinary moments.


39 private patient rooms make up the layout of this state-of-the-art Medical-Surgical Inpatient wing. Patients with diagnosis ranging from Cellulitis, Pneumonia, to total joints and colon resections and even oncology, receive exceptional patient care from a team of well qualified RNs, LPNs, and CNAs.


The Progressive Care Unit is made up of 54 private patient rooms, which are dispersed over two floors. The PCU provides evidenced based, comprehensive and quality nursing care to patients diagnosed with heart conditions who require telemetry monitoring.

Intensive Care Unit [ICU]

The ICU consists of 23 private or single patient use rooms, which are physically divided into 3 distinct patient care areas.  Each area is equipped to provide continuous cardiac, hemodynamic, neurological and SpO2 monitoring simultaneously from both centralized and bedside devices. Two 8-bed medical/surgical intensive care units provide the above services for the critically ill adult patient suffering from cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological, surgical and renal diseases, as well as those with multiple co-morbidities. The remaining 7-bed unit is designated as a cardiovascular intensive care unit and is reserved for those patients requiring coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), interventional cardiac procedures, acute MI, and non-infectious conditions. Critical care modalities include [but not limited to] therapeutic hypothermia, Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy and care of the post procedural Impella device patients.

Case Management

Case Management nurses at SEB advocate for patients and families utilizing all available resources to promote quality, cost and effective outcomes. The team assesses plans and facilitates the comprehensive health needs of our patients.

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