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As a division of Carondelet Health and a member of Ascension Health, St. Mary's Medical Center is a JCAHO-accredited, 139-bed medical center offering a full array of acute care, outpatient and extended care services.
Included in the center services are a 24-hour emergency department, The Birthing Center, the medical mall, radiation oncology, rehabilitation center, and Affiliated Therapies of St. Mary's and Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine. The Medical Mall at St. Mary's Medical Center provides outpatient services at a convenient location, including outpatient surgery, the GI Lab, bronchoscopy, outpatient infusion, radiology including mammography, ultrasound and MRI, cardiovascular services, cardiac rehabilitation, admitting, patient scheduling, laboratory services and pain clinic.
Located adjacent to the medical center campus, St. Mary's Manor is a 146-bed long-term care and 57-bed residential care facility.
St. Mary's Medical CenterOrthopedic Surgeons, Inc.Orthopedic Residency Training Program203 NW R.D. Mize Road, Suite #250Blue Springs, MO 64014
Steve Gialde, D.O.816-690-6566
Charles Orth, D.O.816-220-8727
St. Mary’s Orthopedic Surgery Residency program is an AOA-approved Option 1 five-year residency program which allows residents to participate in orthopedic cases based upon the progressive development of their individual abilities and skills. The program is designed to provide each resident the opportunity to exercise clinical judgment and to develop surgical techniques, achieving an optimal level of competence in the practice of orthopedic surgery. This orthopedic surgery training program is under the direction of Orthopedic Surgeons, Inc., and located in Blue Springs, Missouri at St. Mary’s Medical Center, is cosponsored by KCUMB-COM, and a member of the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences-College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Educational Consortium (OPTI). OSI has two metropolitan offices and three clinics in rural area hospitals. The OSI Surgeons have been trainers in orthopedics since 1969, initially thru the University Hospital at the University of Health Sciences, now known as Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.The St. Mary’s program has affiliations with multiple area hospitals, including: Children’s Mercy Hospital, Cameron Regional Medical Center, Carroll County Memorial Hospital, Excelsior Springs Medical Center, Menorah Medical Plaza, North Kansas City Hospital, Ray County Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph’s Medical Center. There are also affiliations at several surgical centers in the metropolitan area.Residents participate in weekly didactics and lectures, hospital grand rounds, tumor conferences, pediatric orthopedics lectures presented by Children’s Mercy Hospital preceptors, the Department of Orthopedics at Truman Medical Center-Hospital Hill as well as Journal Club.Residents participate in out-rotations during their second, third and fourth years, including Pediatrics, Hand, Spine, Oncology and Trauma.
Additional benefits include a high case volume with a broad scope of pathology and surgical treatment including Arthroscopy, Sports Medicine, and Hand. Residents actively participate in surgeries as they progress in their skills. This program is approved for 17 orthopedic surgery residency positions.
St. Mary's Hospital of Blue Springs
201 West R.D. Mize RoadBlue Springs, MO 64014Hospital bed size: 146Occupied bed size: 58%ER visits per year: 33,043www.carondelethealth.org/smbsOPTI Affiliation(s): Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences – College of Osteopathic Medicine Educational Consortium
1750 Independence AvenueKansas City, Mo. 64106-14531-800-234-4847 | 816-654-7000
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