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Politics
2:25 pm
Mon June 24, 2013

Roy Blunt Visits Mercy Hospital,Talks Healthcare

Senator Roy Blunt and Donn Sorensen of Mercy Hospital
Credit (Kristi Luther/St. Louis Public Radio)

Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri visited Mercy Hospital in St. Louis Monday to speak with healthcare workers about the implications of federal healthcare changes. He also received a tour of the hospital's Telehealth Services, often used to serve rural communities that don't have access to specialty or intensive care. 

Mercy SafeWatch is an electronic Intensive Care Unit(e-ICU) that serves Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Blunt learned how Mercy is able to provide an extra set of eyes and ears for doctors that can't always be there in person.

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Mercy
8:00 pm
Tue October 11, 2011

Mercy to build first-in-U.S. virtual care center, invest $2.4B in St. Louis area

A rendering of the planned exterior of Mercy Virtual Care Center, to be built in Chesterfield, Mo.
(via Mercy)

A "first-of-its-kind in the country" virtual care center" in Chesterfield is just one part of a plan announced by Mercy Tuesday to invest $2.4 billion into the St. Louis area.

The care center and additional investment are portions of a $4.6 billion all-Missouri health care investment initiative from Mercy, designed to distribute the investments over the next eight years.

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