Business of the Month

Liberty Hospital nears five decades of providing health and wellness services

Now in its 47th year, Liberty Hospital has more than 1,700 employees and 330 physicians dedicated to the health and well-being of the Northland and Northwest Missouri. Liberty Hospital’s expansion in recent years includes 15 primary and specialty care clinics. The hospital holds the unique distinction of being the only hospital in the Northland to receive Level 3 Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation and is only one of four hospitals in the state to attain this accreditation in addition to Level II Time Critical Diagnosis in trauma, stroke and heart attack.


MU Orthopaedics’ only location in the Kansas City area is at Liberty Hospital. MU Orthopaedics – partnered with the hospital’s array of services – delivers a progressive program of advanced care to orthopaedic patients of all ages. Liberty Hospital Sports Medicine provides athletic training services for most of the area’s high schools and middle schools, including Excelsior Springs. Other partnerships include the Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute at Liberty Hospital and Children’s Mercy Hospital’s well-baby services and neonatal care.

Primary care

Primary care can be found close to home with Liberty Hospital’s five clinics across the Northland – including The Excelsior Springs Clinic at the corner of 69 & McCleary Road. Dr. Christopher Cooper and nurse practitioners Jodi Carpenter and Mary Miele, provide care for the whole family close to home.

Special note to our community:

Our frontline healthcare team truly appreciates all of the support from individuals, families, groups and businesses in our community during the pandemic. Everything from snacks to notes of thanks to donated masks are valued and equally important to us. Thank you.