Recently, my husband was admitted to Belton Regional Medical Center for complications due to congestive heart failure. From the time he was admitted to the emergency room until he was discharged, he received excellent care from Dr. David Williams, nurses and all of the staff.
Jonathan Huntington is used to taking advice from his mother, Kathy Huntington, a Belton Regional Medical Center employee. When Jonathan suffered a serious broken leg last Fourth of July, he was all ears when she recommended he seek medical treatment at Belton Regional Medical Center for an injured leg.
Kathy Huntington has had multiple health issues requiring imaging, surgery, ICU care, and outpatient therapy. When she needed to have her left knee replaced in 2006 she decided to have the orthopedic procedure done at Belton Regional Medical Center with John A. Gillen, MD, an orthopedic surgeon.
When Pleasant Hill, Mo., resident Sherry Brisbin found a lump in her breast during a routine self-examination in March, she felt a painful and tender history repeating itself. Brisbin's mother, Frances Fern, died of breast cancer at age 55, and her sister, now a breast cancer survivor, was diagnosed when she was 39 years old.
Jeanne Hopkins has relied on Belton Regional Medical Center and her primary care physician, Gary Gustafson, DO, for a quarter of a century. Jeanne has her yearly mammograms and regular bone density tests conducted at the facility's state-of-the-art imaging department and her husband, Richard, also uses Dr. Gustafson and the hospital for various medical needs.
After years of living with painful osteoarthritis in his knees, the 63-year-old Kansas City, Mo., resident enjoys performing a host of home projects.