Truman Medical Centers (TMC) is a not-for-profit, two acute-care hospital health system in Kansas City, Missouri. As the largest provider of safety-net medical care, TMC offers accessible, state of the art, quality healthcare.
Recently named one of the nation's top academic medical centers, TMC is the primary teaching hospital for the University of Missouri-Kansas City Schools of Health Sciences and specializes in asthma, bariatrics, diabetes, women's health, and trauma services. As a Level 1 Trauma Center, TMC is the largest and busiest emergency department for adults in the Kansas City area with 52 emergency beds. TMC also features a new state-of the-art interventional cardiology center. TMC admits over 17,000 patients, delivers over one-third of all babies born in Jackson county, handles over 291,00 outpatients visits and treats approximately 81,000 emergency room patients annually. For more information about Truman Medical Centers, please visit www.trumed.org and http://research.med.umkc.edu.
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