St. Louis is an amazing city. The people are so friendly. People with kids will never run out of anything to do. My favorite thing is to go to Forest Park – this enormous park sitting in the middle of an urban area where you can get away and have some quiet, it is wonderful. I love it here. I love it.Rupinder Sodhi, former transplant fellow
Washington University School of Medicine is located in the vibrant city of St. Louis, MO. With a wide variety of affordable neighborhoods, dynamic apartment and condo living, premier dining, major league sports, nationally ranked cultural institutions, nearby outdoor recreational areas, and a myriad of fun attractions for families, adults and singles, there is much to see and do throughout the region.
The New York Times notes that St. Louis has “all you can want” in this March 2018 article.
This video from STLMade highlights the innovation and collaboration that characterizes St. Louis today.
St. Louis is not a big city, but it is not a small city either, it is actually just perfect – the perfect place to raise kids!Rajesh Rajan, MD, former renal fellow.
A day in the life of St. Louis:
Here is St. Louis from Grain Inc.:
Here is St. Louis Two:
This is an experience no one should miss!”Reem Daloul, MD, former renal fellow.
To learn more about the city, visit Explore St. Louis and the School of Medicine’s site.
See what our current fellows have to say about their favorite places to visit in St. Louis here.