Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Tenet Eyeing Deaconess, Incarnate Word Hospitals

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Tenet Eyeing Deaconess, Incarnate Word Hospitals

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BERGER BITS: Tenet Healthcare Corp., the nation's second largest investor-owned healthcare services company, reportedly is submitting a bid to buy Deaconess and Incarnate Word hospitals. Tenet operates more than 74 domestic general hospitals, including Lutheran Medical Center. . . .

Neiman Marcus has drafted architects, builders and chefs from around the St. Louis area to build a North Pole fantasyland to benefit children's charities. Customers are invited to fill the fantasy homes with an unwrapped toy or gift. The gifts will benefit Annie Malone Children's Home, Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, Edgewood Children's Center, Our Little Haven, Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children, St. Joseph's Home for Boys, St. Martha's Hall, St. Mary's Special School, St. Louis Children's Hospital and St. Vincent Home for Children. The fantasyland houses will be on view through Sunday.

GLORIOUS FOOD: Harvest, a restaurant at 1059 South Big Bend Boulevard, around the corner from the Esquire Theatre, has become our newest and most remarkable dinery. The menu, offering hearty rustic American food with a focus on fresh fruits and veggies, was a hit with diners last weekend. Don't miss the ribeye steak with cabernet pomegranate sauce, heaped on a mound of celery root-mashed potatoes. Other hits: the double-cut pork chop with homemade apple sauce and the three-tier dessert. Harvest's a winner, and no wonder! Chefs Steve Gontram and Matthew Bousquet previously toiled for Wolfgang Puck at his Postrio and at Bradley Ogden's One Market Restaurant - both in San Francisco. At Harvest's debut were Gontram's pop, Bob Gontram, who founded the Zipps Drive-Thru chain and is a general partner in Harvest; and Linda Zaller, of the Waylon ad agency. . . . Cottonwood Operating Company Restaurant, 106 South Central Avenue in Eureka, has hired Roger Jamieson, former chef at Painted Plates. …

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