At Research Medical Center, our mission is to touch lives with hope, healing, comfort and care. Located in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri, our hospital is comprised of three campuses that embody the heart of the HCA Midwest Health System. Each facility is recognized as a healthcare leader in our region as a result of our skilled, compassionate and dedicated doctors and nurses. With over 700 doctors representing 29 medical specialties, we ensure that our patients’ needs are always met and that their expectations are continually exceeded.

Our Midwest Cancer Care, Heart Care and Women’s Care programs offer just a few of our hospitals’ comprehensive services that are renowned for their advanced technological resources used to diagnose and treat our patients with supreme accuracy. Whether your healthcare needs are urgent and critical or simply routine and preventative, our advanced capabilities allow us to be one of the most comprehensive hospitals in the Kansas City region. For more information about Research Medical Center call (816) 276-4000, or for a physician referral call (816) 276-6405.

Cancer Care

Serving Kansas City and surrounding communities, Research Medical Center hospitals and clinics provide comprehensive cancer care including prevention and education, screening, diagnosis and treatment and recovery. Our expertise is focused on:

 

Emergency Care

If you are currently having a medical emergency, call 911. Rapid medical evaluations are fast, thorough and complete at our Kansas City hospitals’ emergency care units.

We’re open all the time—not all emergencies are 9-to-5.

Heart Care

Many of our doctors and cardiology specialists joined the Research Medical Center team from Harvard, Stanford and the Mayo Clinic. They diagnose and treat heart conditions including:

We offer specialized programs and technologies to treat heart problems:

Women's Care

We want you to be happy, healthy and comfortable when you welcome the newest member of your family in our newly renovated women’s healthcare unit in Kansas City. Tours available.

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