Media

Marketing/Media

The Marketing Department is responsible for internal and external communications and brand management for CareSTL Health. It is our pleasure to serve as the Liaison between the organization and the community.  Our reference is your guarantee of an excellent patient experience and we would love nothing more than to hear from you because We Care! 

Marketing is also responsible for producing a quarterly newsletter, social media messaging, annual report and special events.

For questions or media inquiries please contact the Director of Marketing and Communications, Deneen Busby at 314-367-5820 ext.  2292.

Social/Patient

Social media inquiries or patient questions, please contact Marketing Associate, Darren Seals, at 314-367-5820 ext. 2238.

News

Events

BACK TO SCHOOL SUMMER HEALTH FAIR

The annual back-to-school health fair was held at the CareSTL Health Whittier location. Hundreds of residents and patients came out and enjoyed the festivities which included free book bags, school supplies, haircuts and physical exams.  Additionally,  attendees enjoy the CareSTL Health clothes closet and free refreshments. Most of our patients and residents look forward to this event every year.

BABY SHARK TRUNK OR TREAT

Hundreds of families brought their children to this safe and fun Baby Shark Trunk or Treat.  The kids enjoyed fun, games, candy and refreshments.  Plus, free selfies with the Baby Shark character.  The police department polar express attended and handed out free ice cream!  Ice cream is always a hit!

WOMEN’S HEALTH

The ladies in the Women’s Health Department can count on staff to do a pop-up events or something special for them from the annual Show Me Healthy Women free mammography day to Thanksgiving baskets for patients.

PROJECT O (OPIOID) AWARENESS WALK

The first annual Opioid Awareness walk was held in Forest Park on the Upper Muny parking lot. This annual walk is supported by local and national leaders including St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Chief John Hayden, Congressman William “Lacy” Clay and Senator Roy Blunt. More than 200 participants walked one or 3 miles and heard testimony from Radio One 95.5 DJ Kut who lost a loved one to opioid (heroin) abuse.

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