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As part of Patient Safety Awareness week, St. Mary’s employees used the Hoyer Lift on each other as continuing education on safe patient handling techniques!

What better way to determine how equipment feels to patients than to put yourself in their shoes? 😃👍🏻👠 #TeamStMarys #SayStMarys

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Steps to Simple Heart Health
For those who missed it, our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Michael Liston, made it in Ingram's Top Doc's list this year. He was just a little suprised 😉 Congrats, Dr. Liston and thank you for all you do!
In addition to rehab, there is some very important pre-operative therapy, AKA pre-hab, the patient can do to help them recover after their joint replacement surgery.
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Terra Pearson
· October 16, 2017
Took my SO in for severe stomach pain and vomiting. After 3 hours, several medications, and a CT scan, he is no better than he was and we still have no answers. He asked for a second bag of fluids and... was denied. They just told us to follow up with our PCP if not better in a few days. I have 2 stars, because the staff was friendly, but this man is in extreme pain. Very disappointed! See More
Denise Langevin
· September 11, 2017
I went through their ER 3yrs ago with sister and it was very painful one! Went this Friday night and only reason we did I couldn't breathe I have pneumonia and my sat was below 80. They have good peop...le but wow! I got a room that held a guy over night for suicide watch and found later that the room wasn't cleaned . Left with 15 pounds of water weight in two days, and so many other things like rude staff would take up too much time on them. Not a place for the sick to go! See More
Halley Christian Dawn
· January 15, 2018

My review is referring to a ER visit, from walk in to walk out I was very pleased. I appreciate your staff greatly for taking care of me. Everyone I encountered from Nursing staff, Physici...ans, Lab and Radiology were compassionate and tactful. Thank you for doing what you do! See More
Kathy Goza Dominguez
· August 28, 2017
I dont even want to give a 1 star, my grandmother is in there now. Had pins put in hip. Cna was very rough with my gma and she didnt even say sorry and just gave us looks like she dont give a sh*t..... Med tech very sour look on face, not a hi or kiss my a** or anything. Didnt even tell my gma or us what shes doing, we had to ask and gave her diabetic shot without even telling her this might sting. My gma is 7 days in without a BM and all they want to do is give her meds and no enema. And the therapist couldnt see my gma the other day and she was the last one but it was more important for her to end her shift, REALLY!? Couldnt take 10-15min more to try. This hospital is nothing like it use to be. If anything happens to my gma all hell will break loose and i will make sure this place is shut down!!! See More
Gerry Stidham
· August 30, 2017
I owe these people my life....ive been coming here for the past 5 years and have yet to be dis-satisfied....the rooms are quiet and have the feeling of home....ive never found a hospital that leaves m...e feeling more at ease than st marys....for what its worth i would like to score st joseph medical center at a close 2nd place and they are sister facilities.....kudos to the both of them...... See More
Gwendolyn Farmer Douglas
· August 3, 2017
I came in after a chiropractor visit and was feeling good from the adjustment. They were quick to get meds in me and get Ct scan. Although I went home feeling good the next morning I was beat red naus...eated and couldn't breathe. I came back and they found something in my blood work for my lungs being slightly elevated and my white blood cells very high. I ask to be admitted for further testing but instead got sent home. Still don't feel well and keep getting red from the chest up. Also even though I told the nurse my arm hurt where the iv was I was ignored. Come to find out my vein was blown out. The only answers I got was to go see my pcp. So I am going there today to pay 35.00 for absolutely nothing he can do for me. See More
Keith Sale
· August 9, 2017
I'm here now being treated with love, respect and the best possible care. The nurses are the backbone of the medical community. The Doctors are informative and very cool. I have never been to a before where I'm treated like family. May each and every single one of the hospital staff be blessed. Pop's See More
Vincent DiCarlo
· October 14, 2017
Oct 1 I admitted myself for a health condition and most definitely the staff was excellent from the ER to Telementary floor for 5 days. So thank you with love and respect .
Shann Guadagnano Gunter
· August 19, 2017
ST Mary's has sure become one of the most pleasant places to be when you are in pain there bedside manners are spot on they treated my daughter and family like royalty most caring staff I have had t...he pleasure of meeting. Thank you all for taking care of my beautiful daughter ⚘⚘⚘⚘⚘ See More
Tyler Parker
· January 4, 2018
My mom was taken here through the emergency room yesterday. She has been under their "care" for over 24 hrs now and they still havent even checked her vitals. Absolutely ridiculous.
Lisa Turner
· March 14, 2017
I usually go to NKCH for my ER needs because they are aware of my history, however that has caused me to become used to extremely rude staff and doctors that you can tell don't care in the least to ge...t you to feeling better. St. Mary's is only 3 minutes away from my home, though, so this past week I needed somewhere closer. I was so surprised by the incredible bedside manner and the way the doctors sat down and took the time to explain everything to you. Not once did I feel like I was a bother for just being there and breathing. I was sent home with some options and told to return if the pain worsened, which it did. When I returned, the doctor started out at a loss for what was wrong with me bc is was not my appendix like originally thought, but told they would figure it out and I was admitted for observation and the doctor decided to run a test to check my gallbladder function. Sure enough, it came back to barely functioning and I underwent surgery where I found out that it was a lot more worse off than originally believed. I know if I would had gone to NKC I would have been sent home with no answers and no one that even cared. The staff from the nurses, doctors, surgeons, to the techs, office staff, custodians, and cafeteria staff... Everyone was friendly and appeared to mean it when they told you to "feel better." Hospitals are already not fun places. Thank you to the amazing staff here for now being the only place I will go. And one of my nurses, Jamie, on the 3rd floor, was the best hands down!! My fiance even bought them cupcakes and cookies for being so much better than what we were used to! (Sorry for the novel also) See More
Laurie Franklin
· June 6, 2017
We were there yesterday, our 23 yr old son heart had stopped around 3 am in morning . Er got him stable and admitted him. Cardiologist came in around 4pm . Started asking questions, then said he hasn'...t even looked at his chart yet. Wtf.seriously...... So he leaves room a hour later comes back and says he can eat , but needs a cta test done. And tells him he can eat and drink...(Really) Did this Dr. Just come off the street. So nurse came in and verified no he couldn't eat.... would have rather had the smart nurse as the dr...
DR ,GOOGLE brains causes you are missing a few.....retired from working with ignorance
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Jack Edwards
· October 9, 2016
Everyone is really nice and friendly. My only complaint is that they have a cafeteria that closes at 4pm on weekdays, then is closed all weekend. So if you go out to spend time with family, then be ...sure to bring in all you need to eat, as the hospital doesn't seem to want to provide an easy means for food for visitors. I would give it 5 stars if I didn't have to drive and leave family in order to get a decent meal. The care for my father is top notch. Kudos to the staff. See More
Edward P. Amador
· August 13, 2017
The staff are so great and gentle they took great care of me. Shannon and Tyler thanks so much and keep up the good work.
Ashley Casey
· November 28, 2016
I used the ER for the first time ever last night and I was pretty impressed. I didn't have to wait in waiting room but for a few mins, only had to wait about 15mins for dr once in a room, he ordered a... cat scan and I though ah man I'm gonna be here for hours but to my complete surprise the cat scan tech came 2mins after Dr left room. After I was done with that it only took dr a few mins to come back in. They made sure I was comfortable and had the pain meds I needed and everyone was very friendly. I'll defiantly return See More
Erin Laughlin
· November 2, 2016
I had to have my appendix out on Halloween. Everyone was super friendly and helpful. I didn't get my cat scan technicians nurse's name but she was super friendly and kept me updated! Dr. Shaw did my s...urgery and he did great. He even called me at home a day later to check on me. All of my pre-op nurses were great as well as in the room. Thanks Jeri, Michele and Olivia! Even Dr. Thompson who did my anesthesia did a great job of explaining everything to me. I would highly recommend this hospital and their wonderful staff. By far the best experience I have had. See More
Donald Bradley
· March 3, 2017
They suck.....i went in the er with chest pains and a bp of 201/116...they did a ekg and blood work but didnt say if anything was wrong....hello geniuses, bp that high and chest pains, something is't even give or recommend any type of meds....just said follow up with my pcp....if i go somewhere else and they find something wrong, best believe tjis shitty place will get the bill... See More
Kealee McAhan
· January 3, 2017
St Mary's has an amazing Ed. I was there spending new years day. Even though it was insanely busy I still got the care and attention as if it weren't busy. I don't mind needles but when it came down t...o me needing I spinal tap I was terrified. Dr. Griego, NP Saska and Jaycie and my nurse I wish I remembered her name because she was truly amazing, they all were but they put me at ease and it went smoothly. I will never go to another e.r. Thank you St. Mary's for your outstanding care! See More
Rhys Faeth
· February 21, 2017
I have used the ER at St Mary's many times, for psychological things (such as suicidal thoughts, self harm, dissociation, panic attacks), and though I've been treated *okay* I had always still been tr...eated badly... I played it off as because it's for psychological and not physical, and let it go... but on Friday I went to the ER for the first time ever for physical pain... the doctor acted like it was a burden to be in the room with me, and it wasn't just me who saw it - my partner was in the room with me and he was the one that brought it up to me. They took a urine sample, then he listened to my lungs and poked in 3 spots on my back and determined that I was having muscle spasms. His recommendation? Take ibuprofen and get out of bed more; "maybe try doing yoga"... well the pain didn't get better, in fact it got worse, and it spread from my side to all the way from the center of my mid-section front to the spine in back. Today the pain was unbearable so I went to Centerpoint to get a second opinion on the matter... they actually took me seriously there... everyone took their time with me (despite being so packed that we had to wait 3 hours in the waiting room for my labs to come back) and took my pain seriously... they thought it was a blood clot in my lung... thankfully it turns out that I have Costochondritis. But it just got me thinking... what if it HAD been a blood clot in the lung? And what if, because I had been told to be more active (which, by the way, don't you DARE look at my size - see I'm not a normal BMI - and assume I'm not active), I HAD been more active, which made the clot worse and caused me to have a heart attack or stroke? My family is not vindictive at all... but I guarantee St Mary's and that doctor would be dealing with a malpractice lawsuit.

The ONLY reason I give this two stars and not one, is because my grammy was transferred there after vomiting blood, and her last day of life she was treated excellently there... turns out a lot of individuals have horror stories of St Mary's until it comes to the elderly... great job, you can treat one group of individuals... now buck up and learn how to take care of every other group.
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Rhonda Julian
· January 13, 2017
For me my moms stay was good, but had trouble getting answers several times. Regarding mom's medications. We had to ask several times and never got an answer before we had to end our visit with my Be prepared to hunt someone down or go down to the front desk. That gets people's attention...believe me.
Other than that we are pretty happy with the staff and all.
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With physicians highly trained in emergency medicine and nurses certified in advanced cardiac life support, we’re here for your peace of mind 24 hours a day, seven days a week to ensure you receive the care that’s called for.

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St. Mary's Medical Center is celebrating Pulmonary Rehab Week.

It’s Pulmonary Rehab Week and the wonderful staff at St. Mary’s is dedicated to improving our patients lives life one breath at a time!!! 😃👏🏼🎉

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Congratulations to our March “WOW” star Toni Williams! The service you provide exceeds all expectations and your dedication contributes to our success! 😃🌟👏🏼 #TeamStMarys #hometownhospital #hometownheart

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There are pops of purple everywhere today in the hospital in recognition of Patient Safety Awareness week! 💜 😁

One of the best ways to ensure safety as a patient is to work closely with your doctor; take an active role in your health and care plan to create a strong partnership (and team!) with your doctor. #TeamStMarys #hometownhospital #hometownheart

St. Mary's Medical Center is celebrating Patient Safety Awareness Week.

Join us in celebrating Patient Safety Awareness Week! This week and EVERY week, St. Mary's Medical Center is committed to patient safety through enhanced patient engagement and care coordination. 💜😷👍🏻#hometownhospital #hometownheart #SayStMarys

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Who has the best CEO? We do! Why is that? Because she likes to call Bingo and did so at The Gardens at Jackson Creek this week!

#BestCEOaward #TeamStMarysKC #Hometownhospital #hometownheart #SayStMarys

One of our newest providers, Leopoldine Blaise, DNP, NP, presented to attendees at the Senior Citizen's Luncheon on diabetes education today. Thanks for having her, City of Grain Valley, Missouri!

Friends - be on the lookout for a "Dinner and Diabetes" event in May at St. Mary's. The date will be announced soon! #TeamStMarysKC #HometownHospital #HometownHeart

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Thank you to the volunteers who help make the Senior Citizen luncheons a success! And a big thank you to the 2nd graders from Sni-A-BarElementary for kicking... off today's luncheon with some classic rock n' roll music! Thank you also to the informative presentation by Leopoldine Baise from St. Mary's Medical Center regarding diabetes. And Dr. Marc Snow educated attendees about the school's no tax increase levy for improvements to the school district. We had great attendance today (maybe our biggest yet!) - but still have room for more! RSVP for the next luncheon on April 4th, by calling 816-847-6293 or emailing

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It was a beautiful morning at the Vesper Hall Health Fair! We love when we can get out in the community and share news and information with you. #Hometownhospital #HometownHeart #TeamStMarysKC

Congratulations to our February 2018 "WOW" Stars Anita McKinley and Denny Craft! Two wonderful St. Mary's employees that are great examples that success is not about doing one big thing well, but doing a whole lot of little things AMAZING...!!! #rockstars 🤩👏🎉

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Are you headed to our Community Heart Talk tonight? We hope to see you there! Bring a friend!

Tue 6:00 PM CSTSt. Mary's Medical CenterBlue Springs, MO

Congratulations to our very own Dianna Ethington for making Ingram's Kansas City Business Magazine "Heros in Healthcare" list!

"Dianna is a total rockstar in the environmental-service industry." - Raymond Klein

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Did you hear? Lacey Merrell, our QuantaFlo Vascular Coordinator, will be doing FREE Peripheral Artery Disease screenings tomorrow at our Community Heart Talk event! Get registered for this FREE event at!

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St. Mary's Medical Center to Community Heart Talk

Be sure to get to the Community Heart Talk by 6pm so you get can a FREE Peripheral Artery Disease screening by our own Lacey Merrell, QuantaFlo Vascular Coordinator!

Father Anthony Williams, our Director of Mission Integration and Priest-Chaplain and Manager of the Spiritual Care Manager, assisted in celebrating Catholic physicians, nurses, paramedics, and others in the healing professions at the White Mass on February 10th.

Check out the article in the Catholic Key below!

"Named for the white garments worn by those in the medical community, the White Mass has been celebrated in the United States since the development of the Catholic Medical Association in the early 1930’s. It has been a joint diocesan celebration in the Kansas City area for a number of years."

Kansas City, Kansas Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann gives the homily at the annual White Mass at Christ the King Church in Kansas City, Mo. In it he spoke of the importance of the sick in the life of the Church, and prayed for those engaged in Catholic healthcare. (Marty Denzer/Key photo)

Will you be joining us for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the Oak Grove Chamber of Commerce to celebrate Oak Grove Medical Clinic's fresh new space tomorrow?? We hope so!

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Ribbon cutting ceremony will begin promptly at 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served and tours will follow directly after the ceremony!

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