MU Health Care

About MU Health Care

As a premier academic health system, MU Health Care is home to groundbreaking research that has made us an international health care destination. From three new, FDA-approved cancer treatments to a biological treatment for joint pain, MU Health Care physicians, nurses and health care professionals help patients, across Missouri and around the world, receive leading-edge care in state-of-the-art facilities. To keep up with patient demand, MU Health Care has seen unprecedented growth and expansion over the past several years. MU Health Care is comprised of 5 hospitals and over 60 specialty clinics. University Hospital includes: The Frank L. Mitchell Jr., MD Trauma Center: A nationally accredited Cycle II Chest Pain Center and a nationally accredited Primary Stroke Center, the George D. Peak Memorial Burn and Wound Center. MU Women's and Children's Hospital: Missouri's only hospital dedicated to women and children. It is the largest pediatric health care facility in mid-Missouri. Ellis Fischel Cancer Center: Missouri's only hospital dedicated solely to cancer care. Missouri Orthopaedic Institute: The newest and largest freestanding orthopaedic center in mid-Missouri. The Missouri Psychiatric Center: Offers short-term, intensive inpatient treatment services for adults, adolescents and children. MU Health Care at a glance: *Level 1 Trauma Center *Leading academic medical system *Amazing comprehensive benefits on the day you start *75% OFF tuition for continuing education *Highly competitive pay *Biggest employer in the region MU Health Care is located in central Missouri and is part of the prestigious University of Missouri. Insight on Columbia, Missouri: #1 Best-Performing Small City (Milken Institute) #3 Best college town to live in, even if you’re not a student ( #3 Best Small City for Job Growth (Forbes) #5 Least-Stressed City in America ( #6 in Education (Forbes) #6 Best small city for Educated Millennials ( #6 Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of Top 25 Places to Retire (Forbes


CCU Nurse

May 2017 Columbia, MO
“Taking care of patients”


May 2017 Columbia, MO
“I like working there and being a nurse ”
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