MU Electrocardiologist Implants Area’s First Leadless Pacemaker

Richard Weachter, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist at University of Missouri Health Care, recently became the first cardiac electrophysiologist in central Missouri to implant the smallest, minimally invasive cardiac pacemaker available.

Fulton Family Health Associates Joining MU Health Care in December

Fulton Family Health Associates will join University of Missouri Health Care, effective Dec. 7, leaders of both organizations announced today.

MU Health Care Opens Family Medicine Clinic in Ashland

MU Health Care's Family Medicine clinic in Ashland opened Aug. 14, 2017, to provide primary care in Ashland and southern Boone County.

Media Advisory: MU Health Care Opens Family Medicine Clinic in Ashland

University of Missouri Health Care will celebrate the opening of a new family medicine clinic in Ashland with a ribbon-cutting event.

U.S. News and World Report Recognizes MU Health Care as High Performing in Orthopaedics

University of Missouri Health Care has been recognized as high performing in orthopaedics by U.S. News and World Report.

Golf Tournament Swings Big in Support of Ellis Fischel Breast Cancer Initiatives

Golfers from around mid-Missouri will tee off during the 17th annual Deon Starman Memorial Golf Tournament to support breast cancer initiatives at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.

MU Health Care Addresses Workforce Shortages by Training Its Own

Innovative in-house Career Institute offers training for medical assistants, neurodiagnostic techs

Three MU Health Care Surgeons Chosen for Traveling Fellowships

Three orthopaedic surgeons at Missouri Orthopaedic Institute have earned prestigious fellowships in their respective specialties.

EuDaly, Godsey Earn Specialty Certification in Emergency Medicine

Two University of Missouri Health Care physician assistants have been nationally recognized for earning a Certificate of Added Qualifications (CAQ) in emergency medicine.

MU Physician Offers Tips to Safely View Solar Eclipse

The 2017 eclipse is expected to last up to three hours, and for the majority of this time, it’s unsafe to look directly at the sun without eclipse glasses or a pinhole camera.