Truman Medical Centers
Learn about Truman Medical Centers and their role as a Masonic Cancer Alliance Clinical Research Partner.
Truman Medical Centers is a two-hospital, not-for-profit health system located in Kansas City, MO. The downtown location, TMC Hospital Hill, is the largest provider of outpatient specialty care in Kansas City, operates the busiest adult emergency department in the city and has one of the top Level 1 trauma centers in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The suburban hospital, TMC Lakewood, is located near Lee's Summit and provides a range of specialty and outpatient services.
Cancer care at Truman Medical Centers brings new hope to patients through the use of the most advanced diagnostic and treatment services. Multidisciplinary teams of highly skilled professionals combine cutting-edge technologies with compassionate care -- setting new standards in cancer treatment.
Truman Medical Centers has received top clinical quality ratings from University Health System Consortium (UHC) in the areas of patient safety, performance improvement and adult ICU care.
TMC has also been named a top performer in heart attack and heart failure care by the Missouri Medical Quality Initiative program; one of "America's Best Hospitals" for asthma treatment by U.S. News and World Report; a "Top 100 Hospital" by Solucient for rating among the highest in improved patient outcomes and financial performance; a "Most Wired Hospital" by Hospitals and Health Networks; and along with the University of Missouri-Kansas City, received the designation of National Center of Excellence in Women's Health by the Department of Health and Human Services.