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 (thestreet.com) #3 Best Small City for Job Growth (Forbes) #5 Least-Stressed City in America (smartasset.com) #6 in Education (Forbes) #6 Best small city for Educated Millennials (businessinsider.com) #6 Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of Top 25 Places to Retire (Forbes https://youtu.be/JwACkH1vYm8



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


June 2018 - June 2018 Columbia, MO
“I learned a lot about the Medical Records process at the University of Missouri Hospital, and I was given a project to work on that allowed me to work within Powerchart to organize and compile patient data.”
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