Mosaic Life Care unveils new clinics

Urgent care will stay open until 8 p.m.

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Posted: Friday, July 6, 2012 6:30 pm | Updated: 10:36 am, Tue Jul 10, 2012.

Heartland Health's North Kansas City expansion, which operates under Mosaic Life Care, will open its first two facilities Monday.

The clinics in Parkville and Burlington Creek will take on an aesthetic and total-care approach that, along with the Mosaic brand, will eventually come to St. Joseph.

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  • falcon46 posted at 12:56 pm on Sat, Jul 7, 2012.

    falcon46 Posts: 298

    Is the first part of this story missing? I think some sort of introduction would improve it. I note there is no reference to Heartland. Where is Burlington Creek? Th story says it wikll provide services for the Platte City, Parkville and Gladstone clinics. There also will be a clinic in Smithville. Are there five clinics in all? (Burlington Creek, Parkville, Smithville, Gladstone and Platte City) I'm confused.

  • janj posted at 3:23 pm on Sun, Jul 15, 2012.

    janj Posts: 1

    Lots of confusion. Really haven't had any publicity about them coming to town. Besides what they say on the website-I question how can they offer quality care for patients when they have 15 rooms only 3 doctors and 3 practicing nurses and open till 8 PM. Come on?? Really !!! when is the best time for an appointment?
    When they open coming off an 8PM shift or when they are accepting last appointments when everyone is dead tired. I don't know. My doctor is now affliated with them, love him dearly, but........ Guess I'' try once. Know they probably don't have the bugs worked out, but still, if I need care, I NEED CARE.

  • lionking posted at 8:48 am on Fri, Nov 8, 2013.

    lionking Posts: 7

    Does the Novocur Clinic is among them? I read a few good reviews about this clinic and it made me curious. I've searched for a while a private clinic to go to when I have a health problem. I am so sick of the public hospitals.

  • marvinvinn posted at 1:40 am on Thu, Jun 26, 2014.

    marvinvinn Posts: 35

    This is a great news for anyone who has hearing problems. For instance, my grandfather is hospitalized in a private hospital and I've seen many improvements in his condition. I also bought for him a hearing device from the Total Hearing Care Clinic because with time his hearing has diminished. I try to take care of him because I love him very much.

  • marvinvinn posted at 12:43 pm on Thu, Jun 26, 2014.

    marvinvinn Posts: 35

    I am going to check some of these clinics


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