Western Missouri Medical Center

Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) is a fully-accredited acute care facility located in Warrensburg, Missouri. A not-for-profit county Medical Center, WMMC offers comprehensive health care services to residents of Johnson County and west central Missouri. We are seeking Full-Time & Part Time Emergency Medicine Physician to join the practice at Western Missouri Medical Center.­

ACLS, ATLS, & PALS required for all providers.

ED Features:

  • 12 Bed-ED, Level III Trauma Center
  • 20,000 annual visits
  • 24 hours phys coverage
  • 12 hours MLP

Facility Information

When it first opened on July 31, 1963, Johnson County Memorial Hospital (JCMH), as it was known at the time, was a 58-bed hospital. Then in 1986, JCMH became Western Missouri Medical Center. As the needs of our greater community continued to grow, WMMC broke ground on a state-of-the-art Patient Tower that features all private patient rooms, which opened in 2011. Most recently, WMMC opened our new state-of-the-art Medical Office Building in June of 2014. WMMC allows you the balance of a beautiful and diverse area, safe community, up-to-date, comprehensive healthcare and the family focused lifestyle you are looking for! Located just thirty minutes from the Kansas City area in a university and Air Force community, Western Missouri Medical Center has so much to offer. Join our dynamic and growing medical staff as we exceed the expectations of those we serve!

For more information contact:

Amelia Hemsath

Physician Recruiter

EmCare Emergency Medicine, Alliance Group

(727) 437-0823: Direct

(727) 474-8242: Fax

Email: Amelia.Hemsath@EmCare.com

 

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