ST. LOUIS - Mercy Clinic, the multi-specialty physician group affiliated with Mercy Hospital and Mercy Kids, recently added new doctors and established new practices.
Leah Glass, DO, OB/GYN, joined Mercy Clinic Women’s Health. She will see patients at 300 Winding Woods Dr., in O’Fallon, Mo., and 15945 Clayton Rd., in Ballwin. She earned her doctorate of osteopathy degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Bioscience in Kansas City, Mo., and completed her OB/GYN residency at Mercy Hospital St. Louis.
Randi H. Becker, MD, family medicine physician, joined Mercy Urgent Care and will care for patients at all four Mercy Urgent Care locations in the St. Louis and St. Charles area. She earned her medical degree from the American University of Antigua College of Medicine in St. Johns, Antigua in West Indies, and completed a family medicine residency at Mercy Hospital St. Louis.
Andrea Pepin, MD, pediatrician, joined Mercy Clinic Children’s Hospitalists providing care for patients when they are hospitalized at Mercy Children’s Hospital. She earned her medical degree from Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine in Temple, Tex., and completed a pediatric residency at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo.
Jad A. Khoury, MD, infectious disease physician, has merged his practice with Mercy Clinic Infectious Disease. He’s been on staff at Mercy Hospital St. Louis since 2006 and will continue to see patients at his current office location, 621 S. New Ballas Rd., Suite 7018B.
Kimberly Molik, MD, pediatric surgeon, joined Mercy Clinic Children’s Surgery, located at 621 S. New Ballas Rd., Ste. 6018B. She earned her medical degree from Northwestern University School of Medicine in Chicago, Ill., and completed a general surgery residency and pediatric surgery fellowship at Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis, Ind.
Melissa Strike, DO, physiatrist, has opened Mercy Clinic Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, located at 14561 North Outer Forty in Chesterfield. She earned her doctorate of osteopathy from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, N.Y., and completed a physiatry residency at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago in Chicago, Ill.
Muhammad Ali Javed, MD, critical care and sleep medicine physician, joined Mercy Clinic Adult Critical Care and will care for patients in the ICU at Mercy Hospital St. Louis and through Mercy SafeWatch, eICU. He earned his medical degree from Dow Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan, completed an internal medicine residency at UMPC Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh, Penn., and a critical care and sleep medicine fellowship at Saint Louis University Hospital in St. Louis, Mo.
Mercy is the sixth largest Catholic health care system in the U.S. and serves more than 3 million people annually. Mercy includes 32 hospitals, 300 outpatient facilities, 39,000 co-workers and more than 2,000 integrated physicians in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Mercy also has outreach ministries in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. In Mercy’s east Missouri region, Mercy’s services include a 979-bed hospital in St. Louis, 187-bed hospital in Washington, 251-bed hospital in Festus and Mercy Clinic, a 590-member multispecialty physician organization.