With a metro area of over 3 million inhabitants and straddling the Mississippi River in both Illinois and Missouri, St. Louis has much to offer for ourselves and our elderly loved ones. Senior Care and Service Providers including Senior Centers, Veteran Services, Elder Law Attorneys, and Hospitals are in abundance.

Activities for Seniors

St. Louis stands at one of the gateways to the western half of the country. This is shown by its unique culture on the Mississippi River. Whether you are looking for family friendly, cultural, or a night out, St. Louis will provide everything a senior needs for entertainment.

Little is as emblematic of St. Louis as the picturesque Gateway Arch. At 630 feet, it is the tallest man made monument in the Western Hemisphere, and was built to honor westward expansion and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. While there make sure to visit the interactive Gateway Arch Museum. The nearby by Cahokia Mound complex are the remnants of a large Native American urban center in the 13th Century where you can gain knowledge of the pre-American history of the plains. Be entertained in the Soulard neighborhood listening to the bustling Blues scene, or having some of the iconic St. Louis BBQ. Enjoy a tour of the Anheuser-Bush Brewery and Museum, afterward take in one of Major League Baseball’s most successful teams, the St. Louis Cardinals.

Geriatric Healthcare in St. Louis

Along with an amazing cultural landscape, the senior healthcare options in St. Louis are very impressive. St. Louis boasts a sizeable medical, medical research, and pharmaceutical industry, and you will not be disappointed by your healthcare options. U.S. News and World Reports ranked the Barnes-Jewish Hospital as #11 nationally in 2018/19. It was the site of the first kidney transplant, and is the home of a specialty spine center and the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center. Barnes-Jewish Hospital ranks nationally in specializations including Geriatrics, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Cancer, and Cardiology & Endocrinology amongst others. You and your loved one will feel at ease knowing that help is nearby, along with other care and service providers such as Memory Care, Respite Care, and Dialysis assistance.

To the left, on this page, is a directory of over 50 categories of services for seniors in the New York metro area. Also, for rates and services of specific provides, please call one of our FREE Care Advisors at 1-800-955-8510.