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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)
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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!
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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
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
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
Paul Price
· November 26, 2017
Saint Mary's is the best they care .I got the best care there the nursing staff is great and the doctors are great I will take it Mary's over any hospital ; they care about their patients and they car...e about you See More
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
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
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 .
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
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.
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
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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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
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
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
Heather Dalby Egnor
· May 16, 2017
To be told sorry no knee splint big enough for you. So we wrapping in ace bandages. Instead of we are contacting someone to find you one is ridiculous. So know I must pay out of pocket full cost for because they were too lazy to do it is stupid. 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
Annette Tomlinson Stoneburner
· June 13, 2017
I love St. Mary's HOSPITAL! Everyone was so nice, I had to go in to have my ribs x rayed because my doctor's office doesn't have an x ray machine. Went to Urgent Care 1st, they said it would be 3 before they could see me!!!! Drove to St. Mary's, I was in and out in within an hour and a half! Staff was AWESOME! See More
Aaron Silvey
· June 3, 2017
The nurses took 1.5 hours to give him a cough drop. And only came in to check on him only when needed. We only saw 2 nurses to check and see if he needed anything in almost 6 hours. No bedside manner ...either. We did have 1 or 2 doctors that were good, within the 6 that we had See More
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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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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Today was one of our favorite days! It was the last day of the "Your Healthy Heart" program, an annual week-long heart education program hosted by St. Mary's and Kansas City Cardiology. This year we had 75 5th graders from William Bryant Elementary school join us for a interactive day of heart education.

HUGE THANK YOU to the many volunteers who helped with everything from education to leading groups around the hospital!

Have you registered for our Community Heart Talk on February 27, yet?? Register today! #HeartMonth #CommunityHospital #Hometownhospital

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St. Mary's Medical Center to Community Heart Talk

Meet Michael Liston, MD, FACC!

Dr. Liston is a cardiologist, board certified in Cardiovascular Disease, and will be speaking on early symptoms of heart attacks ...and the importance of calling 911 on February 27 - please join us!

Register for this FREE event online at or by calling Alex at 816-655-5365!

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St. Mary's Medical Center is celebrating Cardiac Rehabilitation Week with Mary Drenon and Cassandra Stafford.

Cardiac Rehab doesn’t change your past, but it CAN help you improve your heart’s future! Let the staff at St. Mary's help! ❤️

We will provide you with a medically supervised program designed to help improve your cardiovascular health if you have experienced a heart attack, heart failure, angioplasty or heart surgery. Do what it takes to start to have a healthy heart! #SayStMarys #hometownhospital #hometownHEART

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St. Mary's Medical Center is celebrating PreAnesthesia Nurses Week.

Big shout out to these ladies and happy PeriAnesthesia Nurses Week!!

When you think about a surgery team, does the nurse monitoring the unconscious patient after surgery come to mind?

Patients can wake up with extreme confusion, severe pain, breathing problems, agitation and other adverse reactions to anesthesia. These ladies are on the front line of those situations here at St. Mary's and we can't express how much they mean to our patients and team. Thank you so much for ...all you do!!

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Join us in celebrating American Heart Month!

Michael Liston, MD, FACC, will explain the early signs and symptoms of heart attack and the importance of calling 911. Plus, our newest Nurse Practitioner, Leopoldine Blaise, will share some new research on heart-healthy nutrition.

Tuesday, February 27, 6-8 p.m....
Education Center at St. Mary’s Medical Center
(Take elevators at the front entrance to the second floor, at the hallway, go left.)

6-6:30 Registration, Peripheral Arterial Disease screening, blood pressure checks

6:30-7 Eating for a Healthier Heart
Leopoldine Blaise, DNP

7- 7:45 Early Heart Attack Warning Signs
Michael Liston, MD, FACC

7:45 Wrap-up

Invite a friend and celebrate heart health together.

Register for this FREE event online at or call Alex at 816-655-5365.

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

For the past 7 years, as a part of #GoRedForWomen, one of our own, Chrystal Sibert, RN, presented to the basketball players of the Grain Valley Eagles and the Oak Grove Panthers on the importance of knowing the signs of a potential stroke or heart attack.

BIG thank you to Chystral for volunteering to do this every year, as well as Donna Jones, heart attack survivor and Buwen Johnson, stroke survivor, for sharing your stories with these young ladies!!

Check out the article in The Examiner below!

It’s less than 24 hours before coach Randy Draper’s Grain Valley High School girls basketball team meets its biggest rival, Oak Grove, yet

Did you know the average person in the U.S. takes one prescription medication for each decade they've been alive? That means a person in their 60's or 70's takes at least half a dozen medications.

Since all medications have side effects and interact differently with each other (including supplements), it's critically important that your doctor and pharmacist know everything you're putting into and on your body. Download this medication record and keep track of your meds!

Downloadable Medication List. Our team is dedicated to your wellness. Talk to a St. Mary's Medical Center representative to learn more about our services.

Did you know that heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year - more than all cancers combined?

80% of cardiac and stroke events can be prevented with education, which is why St. Mary’s staff members were out and about in the community from Power & Light to Oak Grove educating about “Go Red for Women”. At St. Mary’s we’re doing our part to promote awareness and change the conversation about heart disease.❤️ #SayStMarys

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St. Mary's Medical Center updated their cover photo.
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St. Mary's Medical Center added 3 new photossupporting National Wear Red Day.

St. Mary’s has HEART! ❤️ Staff from the St. Mary’s Heart Center are wearing red today to raise awareness of women’s heart health and National Wear Red Day.

Did you know that heart disease is the #1 killer of women? One of the best weapons against cardiovascular disease is to get it before it gets to you. Early detection can make all the difference - Schedule an appointment with one of our friendly, professional staff today! #SayStMarys #hometownhospital #hometownHEART

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St. Mary’s RN Chrystal Booth-Sibert and survivors Buwen Johnson and Donna Jones spoke with students of the Oak Grove and Grain Valley girls basketball teams today to kick off the American Heart Associations National Go Red for Women.

The two teams will play tomorrow evening at 6:00 pm at the Oak Grove High School wearing Go Red - “The Beat Goes On” t-shirt’s to promote awareness. #hometownhospital #hometownheart #TeamStMarys ❤️

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Patient Praises received about our AMAZING Wound Care staff! “St. Mary’s Wound Care is a caring group of people who work together for the good of the patient. I could even call it a ‘family atmosphere’. They really care about you, your injury and what they can do to improve your medical situation.” #hometownhospital #hometownheart #TeamStMarysKC

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Please welcome our newest provider, Leopoldine Blaise, DNP. She specializes in diabetic education and maintenance and joins our Blue Springs Internal Medicine team!

Nurse Practitioner, Leopoldine Blaise joined the Blue Springs Internal Medicine in mid-December of 2017.She brings a wealth of knowledge in emergency medicine, inpatient critical care, and ambulatory primary care. She specializes in diabetic education and maintenance.