Emergency Medicine | Fellowship | St. Louis

Home to the Cardinals baseball team, Budweiser beer, and Washington University, St. Louis is a vibrant, growing city full of things to do!

Where To Live

St. Louis offers a large variety of trendy, safe neighborhoods in which to reside, including Soulard, Tower Grove, Central West End, University City, the Loop, Clayton, and South City.


How to Get Around

A recently updated metro system provides access to important locations such as the airport and downtown. Lambert International Airport connects you to the rest of the world, and through the southwest terminal, bags fly free! St. Louis also has extensive designated bike routes that make it easy to stay healthy, save money, and go green!

What to Do

Forest Park, located across the street from Children's Hospital, is a prime destination for entertainment. The St. Louis Zoo is located in the park, along with the Muny Theater, the St. Louis Art Museum, the History Museum, Steinberg Ice Rink, tennis courts, running and biking paths, a golf course, restaurants, and much more. Downtown also offers plenty to do, with Fox Theater, Busch Stadium, walking areas, the Arch, and the Botanical Gardens.


Botanical Gardens

Art Museum

Steinberg Ice Rink

Forest Park

City Garden

Busch Stadium

Where to Eat

St. Louis restaurants range from delicious Italian on the hill and traditional bar and grills, to spicy Vietnamese, Bosnian, and other ethnic dining options, all of which are relatively inexpensive. The Sauce Magazine provides customer reviews and recommendations for the variety of options, many of which are close to Children’s Hospital and Washington University.


The Hill

Llewellyn's

Cheshire Inn
Wash U School of Medicine
Children's Hospital St. Louis
Children's Discovery Institute
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