Living in St. Louis
The Washington University Medical Center covers 17 city blocks where the bustle of St. Louis’s Central West End neighborhood meets the tranquility of Forest Park. This intersection places the campus at the heart of a thriving metropolitan area that has something to offer for everyone.
Rich in history and home to attractions as diverse as professional hockey and the symphony orchestra, St. Louis appeals to residents of all ages and interests. The city boasts family-friendly attractions (many of which are free); outdoor adventures and activities; art museums, galleries and antique shops; historic neighborhoods, endless shopping, a brewing heritage and so much more.
In addition, the neighborhoods of St. Louis offer homebuyers and renters a range of options in character, location and budget, and the region’s Metro system combines bus and light rail transit to lighten the commute of tens of thousands of residents each day.
If you’re looking for a rewarding job in a region that can make everyone feel at home, the School of Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis may be just the place for you. Start your search now.