Breast Center at St. Mary's Hosts Event for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
St. Mary’s Medical Center is hosting a free community event marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Looking for Laughter in All the Wrong Places, presented by comedian and world-champion juggler Scott Burton, shows us how comedy and joy can help us through life challenges. Read more.
St. Mary’s Medical Center Honored For Cardiac Care Excellence
St. Mary's stands as one of only 256 hospitals nationwide to be honored for their commitment to implement higher standards of care for heart attack patients, saving lives and improving outcomes of heart attack patients in our community. Read more.
Mike Dorsey Named Carondelet Health Interim CEO
Michael Dorsey has accepted the position of Interim Chief Executive Officer for Carondelet Health. Dorsey has served as Chief Operating Officer of Carondelet Health and Chief Executive Officer of St. Joseph Medical Center for nearly five years. His new responsibilities add oversight of St. Mary’s Medical Center in Blue Springs, Mo. Read more.
Adult Vaccinations - Are You Covered?
Today, less than half of adults over the age of 20 are considered adequately protected by vaccinations. Bryan Hughes, MD, explains the vaccines and boosters that adults need to be aware of. Read more
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St. Mary's Earns Advanced Certification for Stroke Care
St. Mary's is an Energy Star
St. Mary’s Medical Center has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ENERGY STAR certification.St. Mary’s is the only hospital in the Kansas City metro area earning the certification. Read more.
An estimated 50-70 million Americans have some
sleep or wakefullness disorders.
Watch our Sleep Center video to find out why you may be losing sleep and what you can do about it..
- Your health depends on it.
More people die from sudden cardiac arrest every year than those that die in car accidents, house fires, AIDs, firearms, colorectal, breast and prostate cancer combined.
The AHA indicates the numbers to be as high as 350,000. Added to this 1.2 million people suffer heart attacks and 700,000 people have strokes. The numbers are staggering and certainly indicate that this could happen to you or someone you love. Learn more