Welcome


SLU Department Of Pediatrics

Cardinal Glennon Virtual Tour

Welcome to the web site of the Department of Pediatrics of Saint Louis University School of Medicine. Our department is based at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center in St. Louis, adjacent to Saint Louis University Medical Center.

Our department has approximately 90 full-time faculty and another 20 part-time faculty. We have outstanding educational programs for residents and medical students. Twenty-six of our faculty were also recognized in the most recent publication of "Best Doctors in America".

The research interests of the faculty span both clinical and basic science. They are funded by more than 15 organizations, foundations and grants. These organizations include the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the American Heart Association, the American Lung Association, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the March of Dimes.

Dr. Wilmott

Robert W. Wilmott, M.D.
IMMUNO Professor & Chair
Department of Pediatrics

Dr. Bob Wilmott is Chief of Pediatrics at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital and is a Professor of Pediatric Medicine at St. Louis University School of Medicine. He is a regular contributor to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Health & Fitness section, and guests monthly on KSDK television’s “Today in St. Louis” program.

 

If you have questions about children’s health, Click Here to send an e-mail and “Ask Dr. Bob.”
Ask Dr Bob

Your question may even be used in a future Post-Dispatch column!


We now offer our Grand Rounds and Practical Pediatrics lectures on CD for CME credit, free of charge!
For more information contact Pam McFarland at pmcfarl3@slu.edu or 314-577-5395.

MISSION STATEMENT

Saint Louis University Department of Pediatrics is committed to exceptional medical care, education and research:

 

  • We are dedicated to providing accessible, high-quality medical care to children regardless of their background or resources and with attention to their developmental needs
  • We partner with our patients, their families and the community to meet children’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs with respect for the cultural and spiritual beliefs of every family.
  • We develop and provide outstanding pediatric educational programs for medical students, residents, community physicians, and the greater community.
  • We seek to improve the health of children through vigorous and creative clinical and basic research.

 
1465 South Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, Missouri 63104
Phone: 314-577-5606
Website: http://pediatrics.slu.edu
Email: mccoyd@slu.edu