Mercy’s Day of the Child


Mercy’s “Day of the Child” Facebook Contest

Show us what your kids love to do! Post a photo on the Mercy Kids Facebook wall to enter our "Day of the Child" contest. Four winning families will be notified on May 1.

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Celebrating Small Blessings

A premature baby, now healthy and strong, leaves her private room in the NICU. It’s the chance  to begin a life filled with promise.

A teenager sits in his doctor’s office and consults by camera with a pediatric specialist 100 miles away. Staying close to home means not missing school and more time with friends.  

A kindergartner dons a purple, sparkly cast after a fall on the playground. She’s the talk of her class and knows she’ll be back swinging soon.

When  it comes to your children, Mercy wants to help get them back to doing what they love.  We have over 700 primary care providers, including pediatricians and family doctors, treating kids everywhere Mercy serves. Plus, Mercy has more than 125 pediatric specialists who can answer the really tough questions on topics like autism, sleep disorders, premature birth and cancer. Anchored by two dedicated pediatric hospitals in St. Louis and Springfield, Missouri, we’re able to continue our legacy of faith-based care that’s more than 150 years strong.

On May 1, we celebrate Mercy’s Day of the Child – dedicated to the little ones who inspire us to do big things.

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