Art for Well-Being instructor Maria Ojascastro will introduce different artists, techniques, subjects, design concepts, or prompts to inspire your creativity several days prior to this virtual class. Take a good photo of the artwork you are working on, email it to her at email@example.com, and you’ll receive feedback from Maria and the other art class participants during this 45-minute visual art class. If you don’t have anything to share yet, join anyway to stretch your creativity and connect with other PALM members.
The health and safety of our members and staff continues to be our top priority. To that end, we are gradually reopening services based upon our confidence in maintaining a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all. Please read below for details.
There is much anticipation in our community about the easing of restrictions for the stay at home order, and we have begun making plans for PALM’s future. It is important to me that you feel well informed about how we plan to continue serving our members while keeping our community safe.
Dr. Lauren Dal Farra, cardiologist and CEO of PALM Health, gives tips on how to help your body fight COVID-19. Watch the interview to learn more about what to do to stay healthy.
We are all watching the landscape of day-to-day life shift rapidly, and here at PALM Health our thoughts turn to you. We are thinking of you and your families, and how we can best support you in maintaining and growing in well-being during this challenging time.
Your well-being is our top priority, and we remain committed to delivering quality healthcare and supporting your wellness in this unprecedented time. Given the rising numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the US and now in Missouri, PALM Health is taking additional steps to ensure the safety of our members, employees, and the community at large. Please take a moment to read the following information regarding important changes for our Center.
We are a close-knit community. We understand your concerns about recent developments in the St. Louis area, and how worrisome a new virus is for both the US and our community. We are all afraid of the unknown to some degree — and that is a deep emotion that the spread of COVID-19 has provoked for many people. There is a lot of information that we do not know about this virus, who has contracted it, and what impact it will have on the health of ourselves or our loved ones.
Come to the atrium to shop for fresh spring gifts from a variety of local St. Louis vendors! A portion of all proceeds will go to the Anthropedia Foundation to support their programs and the work they do in the community. Vendors will feature unique items including designer clothing, handmade furniture, luxury skincare, stylish handbags, and elegant accessories.
All female PALM members ages 40 and older and their guests are invited to schedule a mammography screening with the Siteman Cancer Center Mammography Van, which will be parked in the PALM Health parking lot on October 8. The Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine offers mammograms at no cost to women who qualify, per their insurance coverage. Funding is provided by Susan G. Komen® Missouri.