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Under Missouri’s new emergency medical care response system, Research Medical Center was awarded the highest level of stroke care, making it a primary resource center within the region. The Level 1 Time Critical Diagnosis (TCD) Designation means that RMC has the staffing, skills and resources to offer the best outcome. In addition, RMC was the only hospital in the region to be named a Get With The Guidelines® Target Stroke Elite hospital.

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After testing positive for the BRCA gene in 2011, oncology nurse Kelly Boling at Research Medical Center – like Angelina Jolie - underwent a mastectomy and had her ovaries removed – a move that her doctor, Stephanie Graff, oncologist a HCA Midwest Health, says can reduce the risk of cancer by up to 85 percent.

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Hospital receives Elite award from American Heart Association and American Stroke Association and named a Missouri Time Critical Designated Stroke Hospital.

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When stroke strikes, EMTs transport patient to closest hospital with most advance stroke-treatment technology and highly experienced neurosciences providers.

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Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Jennifer Feeback, Director of Clinical Research for Sarah Cannon HCA Midwest Health discusses the importance of clinical trials in the treatment of cancer.

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Program provides comprehensive outpatient services and dedicated inpatient unit for acute leukemia and complex blood cancer patients.

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February 17, 2015

Jackie DeSouza credits playing sports with helping her develop the leadership skills needed to become the first woman CEO of Research Medical Center. Research and HCA Midwest Health have a rich history of partnering with WIN for KC, which works to empower girls and women through sports and fitness to become leaders within the community.

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January 15, 2015

If you’re just starting a new exercise regimen, don’t try to do too much, too soon – and most importantly don’t forget to stretch, says Dr. Lance Snyder of Research Orthopedic and Reconstructive Specialists and Research Medical Center.

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January 05, 2015

According to Michael Dahl, MD, from Research Medical Center — part of HCA Midwest Health — and Medical Group of Kansas City, women have a higher incidence of height loss due to osteoporosis. Bone is a living tissue in our body, and old bone is absorbed as your body makes a new one in its place. This process happens every day, no matter what your age. Osteoporosis occurs when new bone is not made before the old bone gets reabsorbed back into the body. The bones become weak and brittle.

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December 31, 2014

Austin Lehr, D.O., with the Grossman Burn Center, explains what can happen to your skin if exposed to the cold for long periods of time.

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