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Liberty Hospital Offers MU Orthopaedics, Senior Living, Health and Wellness

Now in its 46th year of serving the health needs of the Northland, Liberty Hospital continues to maintain its commitment to the community by focusing not only on caring for you when you’re sick, but also keeping you and your family healthy and well.
Liberty Hospital Fast Facts

• 1,900+ employees
• 330+ physicians
• 15 primary and specialty care clinics
Newest Partnership

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 in Clay County and Northwest Missouri.
“Our partnership provides patients with access to academic medicine and clinical innovation,” David Feess, Liberty Hospital President and CEO, said. “Members of the MU clinical leadership team are on campus regularly to collaborate with the physicians and staff to provide advanced orthopaedic care to our community.”
Senior Living

Located on the north side of Liberty Hospital’s campus, Norterre offers senior living and rehabilitation options close to home. The affiliation with Liberty Hospital allows Norterre’s residents the ability to stay within the same healthcare network and use the excellent physicians and quality care the hospital provides. Options include assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care.
Health and wellness

Liberty Hospital Half Marathon passes through Norterre.

The Aurora Health and Wellness Center at Norterre features three swimming pools, an indoor track and 150 exercise classes. In addition to offering state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for physical therapy/rehabilitation, the center also is open to the community for gym memberships.
The Liberty Hospital Half Marathon/Jewell 5K presented by Hy-Vee draws more than 2,500 runners from 25 states to historic downtown Liberty in March. Not only is the run/walk a good way to promote a healthy lifestyle for the participants, but it also raises funds for community LiveWell grants through the Liberty Hospital Foundation. These grants are distributed throughout the Northland to non-profit health and wellness initiatives. For details, go to
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Liberty Hospital appreciates the outpouring of support from the community during the pandemic. Cards, meals, snacks, hand sanitizer, masks and more have been distributed throughout the hospital and our clinics through the Liberty Hospital Foundation. Thank you!
Liberty Hospital is open and ready to care for you.
“Safety is our number one priority. As Clay County and Missouri lift stay-at-home orders, we are gradually reopening services. We intend to do this in a very careful manner. Please see our safety measures here. We have established new and improved processes for prompt check-in and limiting wait times to ensure proper social distancing. Please call us for more information and to reschedule your healthcare services to keep you safe and healthy,” said Raghu Adiga, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Infectious Disease Specialist.
The Excelsior Springs Clinic is open and ready for both in-person and virtual appointments.
Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Open at 199 S. McCleary Rd. since 2017, the clinic – affiliated with Liberty Hospital – includes Chris Cooper, M.D., and two nurse practitioners, Mary Miele and Jodie Carpenter, phone 816-407-4700.