Dr. Sessions Cole, chief medical officer for St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and Dr. George Macones, Barnes-Jewish Hospital chief of obstetrics and gynecology, stand on the 110-foot-long skywalk that connects the Women and Infants Center with neonatal intensive care.
Dr. Sessions Cole, chief medical officer for St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and Dr. George Macones, Barnes-Jewish Hospital chief of obstetrics and gynecology, stand on the 110-foot-long skywalk that connects the Women and Infants Center with neonatal intensive care. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com
Dr. Sessions Cole, chief medical officer for St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and Dr. George Macones, Barnes-Jewish Hospital chief of obstetrics and gynecology, stand on the 110-foot-long skywalk that connects the Women and Infants Center with neonatal intensive care. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com

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