Tosh Receives Eating Disorder Certification from International Association

Aneesh Tosh, MD, a physician specializing in adolescent medicine at University of Missouri Children’s Hospital, recently was recognized as a certified eating disorder specialist by the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP).

MU Health Care Named to Top ‘150 Great Places to Work’ by Becker’s Hospital Review

University of Missouri Health Care has been named one of the “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” by the health news publication Becker’s Hospital Review.

Annual Radiothon to Benefit MU Children’s Hospital

Children’s Miracle Network, the Missouri Credit Union and Zimmer Radio Group will team up to host the 11th annual Miracles for Kids Radiothon from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 16, and Friday, Feb. 17, 2017.

MU Health Care Marks 45 Years of Kidney Transplants

In October of 1996, then 42-year-old Walter received a kidney transplant at University of Missouri Health Care after waiting two years on an organ transplant list.

MU Health Care Kicks Off American Heart Month with Mayoral Proclamation

Columbia Mayor Pro Tem Clyde Ruffin officially named February as Columbia’s Heart Month at a community-wide mayoral proclamation hosted at University Hospital.

MU Health Care Announces Innovative Recruiting, Retention Plan

University of Missouri Health Care is working on a “cure” for the shortage of nurses and health care professionals in central Missouri.

Foley Appoints Jonathan Curtright Interim CEO of MU Health Care

University of Missouri Interim Chancellor Hank Foley has appointed Jonathan Curtright as interim Chief Executive Officer of University of Missouri Health Care, effective Feb. 25.

MU Health Care Recognized for Quality, Safe Gastrointestinal Care

University of Missouri Health Care is the only health system in mid-Missouri to be recognized by the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) for quality and safety of endoscopy care.

Bliven Recognized as Top Health Care IT Expert

Bryan Bliven, chief information officer of University of Missouri Health Care and executive director of the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation, has been recognized as one of the top 50 health care information technology experts in the United States by Health Data Management, a publication for medical and IT professionals.

Missouri Siblings Receive Life-Saving Gift at MU Children’s Hospital

In 2013, Zackrie was 11 and had high blood pressure, which is unusual in kids. High blood pressure in children can be the first sign of kidney disease, so he was referred to University of Missouri Children’s Hospital for tests.