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Barnes-Jewish Hospital

Primary location

Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Siteman Cancer Center - Division of BMT
660 S Euclid Avenue
Campus Box 8007-29
St. Louis, MO 63110
Direct phone: (314) 454-8304
Toll-free: (800) 635-2371

Secondary location

St. Louis Children's Hospital
Division of Stem Cell Transplantation
1 Children's Place
Box 8116
St. Louis, MO 63110
Direct phone: (314) 454-6018

Total transplants by cell source

From January 1, 2017 to December 31st, 2018
  • Marrow: 57
  • PBSC: 289
  • Cord Blood: 4
  • Autologous (PBSC or Marrow): 437
Performs adult; pediatric transplants

Overview

Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children's Hospital are part of BJC Healthcare, one of the largest nonprofit health care organizations in the United States, and the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center is Missouri's only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Our program works closely with Washington University School of Medicine physicians and researchers, and we are committed to providing the highest quality care and to developing innovative treatments to improve patient survival and quality of life. Other Programs and Services:

This center has been performing allogeneic transplants since 1982 and has been an NMDP/Be The Match transplant center since April 1991.

Attending physicians

Adult - Camille Abboud, Amanda Cashen, Matthew Christopher, John DiPersio, Todd Fehniger, Francesca Ferraro, Armin Ghobadi, Meagan Jacoby, Brad Kahl, Miriam Kim, Iskra Pusic, Mark Schroeder, Keith Stocker-Goldstein, Geoffrey Uy, Ravi Vij, Matthew Walter, Lukas Wartman, John Welch, Peter Westervelt, Terrance Wong

Pediatric - Cluster Andrew, Amy Armstrong, Jeffrey Bednarski, Sima Bhatt, Nicole Brossier, Cece Calhoun, Jorge Di Paola, Todd Druley, Margaret Ferris, Melanie Fields, Karen Gauvain, Robert Hayashi, Fred Huang, Alok Kothari, Jeff Magee, Surbhi Saini, Laura Schuettpelz, Shalini Shenoy, Daniel Willis, David Wilson

Transplants performed

Marrow/PBSC, single cord, and double cord

Cord blood transplants performed on

Adult and pediatric

Other programs and services

Siteman Counseling Service
Ronald McDonald House, Hope Lodge, Barnes-Lodge
discounts with local hotels and short-term lodging
Survivorship Program; Nutritional Counseling; free smoking cessation program

About the center

Overview

Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children's Hospital are part of BJC Healthcare, one of the largest nonprofit health care organizations in the United States, and the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center is Missouri's only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Our program works closely with Washington University School of Medicine physicians and researchers, and we are committed to providing the highest quality care and to developing innovative treatments to improve patient survival and quality of life. Other Programs and Services:

This center has been performing allogeneic transplants since 1982 and has been an NMDP/Be The Match transplant center since April 1991.

Attending physicians

Adult - Camille Abboud, Amanda Cashen, Matthew Christopher, John DiPersio, Todd Fehniger, Francesca Ferraro, Armin Ghobadi, Meagan Jacoby, Brad Kahl, Miriam Kim, Iskra Pusic, Mark Schroeder, Keith Stocker-Goldstein, Geoffrey Uy, Ravi Vij, Matthew Walter, Lukas Wartman, John Welch, Peter Westervelt, Terrance Wong

Pediatric - Cluster Andrew, Amy Armstrong, Jeffrey Bednarski, Sima Bhatt, Nicole Brossier, Cece Calhoun, Jorge Di Paola, Todd Druley, Margaret Ferris, Melanie Fields, Karen Gauvain, Robert Hayashi, Fred Huang, Alok Kothari, Jeff Magee, Surbhi Saini, Laura Schuettpelz, Shalini Shenoy, Daniel Willis, David Wilson

Transplants performed

Marrow/PBSC, single cord, and double cord

Cord blood transplants performed on

Adult and pediatric

Other programs and services

Siteman Counseling Service
Ronald McDonald House, Hope Lodge, Barnes-Lodge
discounts with local hotels and short-term lodging
Survivorship Program; Nutritional Counseling; free smoking cessation program

Overall center survival


Patient survival information for this center

Washington University School of Medicine

This center's actual 1-year survival results are below the expected rate for this center.

The survival information we have for this center includes ONLY:

  1. Patients who had their FIRST ALLOGENEIC transplant (cells from a related or unrelated donor/cord blood) during 2015, 2016, 2017, and
  2. Who had their transplant at a U.S. transplant center, and
  3. Who had follow-up information provided by the transplant center for analysis

For this center, we have survival information for 445 patients.

The actual 1-year survival of these patients is 54.9%.

Compared to similar patients transplanted at all centers in the U.S., we expect that the 1-year survival for patients at this center to be in a range between 59.5% and 67.8%.

For help with understanding these statistics, please see Understanding Transplant Outcomes.

For overall survival for all patients transplanted with a specific disease, please see U.S. Patient Survival report at bloodcell.transplant.hrsa.gov.

Washington University/St Louis Children's Hospital

This center's actual 1-year survival results are similar to the expected rate for this center.

The survival information we have for this center includes ONLY:

  1. Patients who had their FIRST ALLOGENEIC transplant (cells from a related or unrelated donor/cord blood) during 2015, 2016, 2017, and
  2. Who had their transplant at a U.S. transplant center, and
  3. Who had follow-up information provided by the transplant center for analysis

For this center, we have survival information for 50 patients.

The actual 1-year survival of these patients is 75.8%.

Compared to similar patients transplanted at all centers in the U.S., we expect that the 1-year survival for patients at this center to be in a range between 72.8% and 92.7%.

For help with understanding these statistics, please see Understanding Transplant Outcomes.

For overall survival for all patients transplanted with a specific disease, please see U.S. Patient Survival report at bloodcell.transplant.hrsa.gov.

Number of adult transplants

Total adult transplants


703

Transplants reported (From January 1, 2017 to December 31st, 2018 as reported by the centers)

Marrow PBSC Cord blood Total
Allogeneic
Related donor 5 148 0 153
Unrelated donor 16 128 1 145
Total allogeneic 21 276 1 298
Autologous
Both marrow & PBSC
405
-- 405
Total combined
702 1 703

Number of pediatric transplants

Total pediatric transplants


84

Transplants reported (From January 1, 2017 to December 31st, 2018 as reported by the centers)

Marrow PBSC Cord blood Total
Allogeneic
Related donor 21 9 0 30
Unrelated donor 15 4 3 22
Total allogeneic 36 13 3 52
Autologous
Both marrow & PBSC
32
-- 32
Total combined
81 3 84

Transplants by disease

All diseases

Number of transplants by age reported from January 1, 2017 to December 31st, 2018 (includes marrow, PBSC and cord blood)

0-18 19-44 45-64 65+ Total
Related 29 35 82 37 183
Unrelated 20 28 87 32 167
Autologous 31 37 213 156 437
Total 80 100 382 225 787

Treatments may be similar for diseases within a group. It might be helpful to look at centers that have done transplants for a specific disease and centers that have done transplants for any corresponding broad disease categories.

Centers are not required to report autologous transplants so the numbers might be incomplete.

More information about transplants for this disease can be found:

Additional information

Transplant center resources

If you have transplant-related questions, please call the transplant center's direct phone number.

If you have questions about costs and financial services at this center, please call the transplant center's direct phone number.

Be The Match patient navigators

Patient navigators can answer your questions about choosing a transplant center and provide support and education to help you throughout your transplant journey.

Inside the United States: 1 (888) 999-6743

Outside the United States: 1 (763) 406-3410.
(Long distance or international charges may apply.)

Email: patientinfo@nmdp.org

Survivorship program

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