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University Health, Downtown’s Only Freestanding Outpatient Specialty and Surgery Center Opens

University Health (services provided by Truman Medical Centers), downtown Kansas City’s new and only freestanding outpatient specialty and surgery center, opened today with a ceremonial grand opening and ribbon-cutting. University Health, 2101 Charlotte Street, offers the latest in technology, including 3-D mammography and a state-of-the-art surgical center with capability for the most advanced surgeries including eye, orthopaedic, oral and reconstructive services. 

 

Ingram’s Announces Its 2016 Class of Kansas City’s Top Doctors Thomas McCormack, Truman Medical Centers

Dr. McCormack's work, including a stretch of more than five years with a zero percent post-operative infection rate, is credited with helping TMC-Lakewood become the region’s first hospital to earn the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for hip and knee replacement programs.

 

University Health On the GO! to Launch at Area Hy-Vee Stores

UPA, in collaboration with Truman Medical Centers (TMC), will launch University Health On the GO! in Spring 2016 at two Independence Hy-Vee grocery store locations (1525 East 23rd St. South and 4545 South Noland Road), giving those who live in and around Independence convenient access to affordable, walk-in medical care.  Having the clinics located in Hy-Vee stores with pharmacies means prescriptions can be filled on the spot.

 

Truman Medical Centers Announces Expanded Strategic Relationship with Cerner

TMC and Cerner, a global leader in health care technology, have formed a strategic relationship dedicated to the transformation of health care in Kansas City and across the world. By working closely, the organizations will pilot innovations using progressive health care information technology (IT). 

 

TMC Behavioral Health and the Kansas City Public School District To Host Kansas City Premier of “Paper Tigers”

TMC) Behavioral Health and the Kansas City Public School District will host the Kansas City premier of the documentary “Paper Tigers” on Saturday, November 7 at the Paseo Academy of the Arts from 12:30 pm to 4pm. The screening and group discussion will help to raise awareness for the national movement to develop Trauma Informed Communities and Trauma Sensitive Schools. 

 

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