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posted on 29 Oct 2013 | Group NewsChildren's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics in Kansas City, Mo., announced today the availability of a cost-effective, broad genetic screen for use in the diagnosis of pediatric genetic diseases. ...
posted on 23 Sep 2013 | Group NewsMid-America Planned Giving Council hosts Conrad Teitell luncheon & Ethics in Planned Giving Program - October 11, 2013The Mid-America Planned Giving Council (MAPGC) is hosting the one and only Conrad Teitell at a luncheon and two-hour Ethics in Planned Giving program that will be offered for continuing education...
posted on 5 Sep 2013 | Group NewsChildren's Mercy Receives $5 Million NIH Grant for 50-Hour Genomic Diagnosis in Critically Ill NewbornsChildren's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo. has received a research grant for more than $5 million from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and the...
posted on 5 Sep 2013 | Group NewsThe Hall family and Hall Family Foundation today announced a $75 million pledge to Children's Mercy for the construction of a research building on the hospital's main campus. Read More
posted on 12 Aug 2013 | Group NewsJackson County business, civic and health care leaders unveil proposal to create a world-class Institute for Translational Research and MedicineChildren’s Mercy along with our colleagues at the University of Missouri Kansas City, Saint Luke’s Health System and the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute, announced plans to request the...
Other news from Children's Mercy
posted on 3 Jul 2013 | Group NewsEach year, U.S. News & World Report ranks the top hospitals in the country. Once again, Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics has made the list. It's a reflection of our world-class...
posted on 13 Jun 2013 | Group NewsNick LeGrande, a 13-year-old baseball fan battling an extremely rare blood disorder, will live out his big-league dreams by throwing out the first pitch at a Major League Baseball game -- without...
posted on 3 May 2013 | Group NewsErin Stahl, MD, recently performed laser refractive surgery on five eyes of four children at Children's Mercy South, making Children's Mercy only the third pediatric hospital in the country to offer...
posted on 22 Apr 2013 | Group NewsThe Mid-America Planned Giving Council will host its 18th Annual Building Blocks Program on Friday, August 16, 2013. This half-day program is designed to present information useful to those wanting...
posted on 19 Mar 2013 | Group NewsTime magazine names Children's Mercy's rapid whole genome sequencing approach a top medical breakthrough of 2012The Center for Pediatric Genome Medicine at Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics is the first genome center in the world inside a children's hospital. It is also the first focused on genome...
At Children’s Mercy, we are redefining pediatric medicine throughout the Midwest and beyond.
Children’s Mercy was founded in 1897, and is one of the country’s leading free-standing independent pediatric medical centers, and the only free-standing children's hospital between St. Louis and Denver, Little Rock and Des Moines. We were the first hospital in Missouri or Kansas to earn the prestigious Magnet designation for excellence in patient care from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. We provide the highest level of comprehensive care from birth to 21 years of age with 317 licensed beds, more than 40 pediatric subspecialty clinics, the only Level IIIc intensive care nursery and the only Level I pediatric trauma center (both the highest level of care available) in a 200-mile radius of Kansas City. In addition to the clinical expertise provided by our nearly 600 pediatric specialists, Children's Mercy also is a leader in educating the pediatricians and nurses of the future, and conducting cutting-edge pediatric medical research to discover the treatments and cures of tomorrow. We are nationally recognized for our innovative, family-centered environment that is focused on the unique needs of hospitalized children and their families.
Children’s Mercy is committed to providing service excellence and efficiency to everyone we serve. A not-for-profit hospital, we provide millions of dollars in uncompensated care each year. We are here for all children.