Research Medical Center
April 18, 2018

WHO: Research Medical Center— Brookside Campus

WHAT: ER of Brookside Grand Re-opening

WHEN: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Saturday, April 21, 2018; 10:30 a.m. Ribbon cutting in ER of Brookside waiting room (public invited).

MEDIA: Live shots AND interviews available 7 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 

WHERE: Research Medical Center Brookside Campus, 6601 Rockhill Rd, Parking Lot A

IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER: Event will be held at Research Brookside Campus Home Base Pavilion, next to the ER of Brookside entrance. Volunteers will be onsite to direct visitors to the outdoor or indoor location.

WHY: In order to accommodate the growing popularity of Research Medical Center’s Brookside Campus, the ER of Brookside—which offers 24-hour, seven days a week emergency services—will unveil an expanded, modern, efficient and kid-friendly space featuring new treatment rooms, doubling the capacity for patients with 20 total rooms. ER of Brookside offers the latest technology, a lab and imaging system, pediatric-ready rooms and high-quality care delivered by a compassionate, experienced and dedicated team. ER of Brookside has little or no wait time while achieving high patient experience scores.

Research Medical Center is part of HCA Midwest Health, the Kansas City area’s leading healthcare provider that treats nearly 25,000 kids each year in its hospital and free-standing ERs and beat the national average for pediatric ER readiness.

The grand re-opening event will feature complimentary food as well as buy-your-lunch food truck, bounce houses, music, games, prizes and tours of the new ER of Brookside.

“Research Medical Center and ER of Brookside on the Brookside campus are proud to be a valuable part of the community,” says David Strickland, M.D., ER of Brookside medical director and board-certified emergency medical physician. “This expansion represents our mission that, above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life. It’s an honor to serve patients and their families during a particularly vulnerable time in their lives with high-quality, compassionate healthcare.”