A woman's life is an amazing journey. Liberty Hospital offers all of the services a woman needs throughout her lifetime.
We get it. You're busy. So when you or someone in your family gets sick, you want to see a doctor as soon as possible. Liberty Hospital offers 5 locations across the Northland that offer same-day appointments.
- The Liberty Clinic - 816.781.7730
- The Kearney Clinic - 816.628.4409
- The Excelsior Springs Clinic - 816.407.4700
- Primary Care Shoal Creek - 816.415.3451
- The Plattsburg Clinic - 816.539.2117
If you prefer to browse our online directory, you can customize your search criteria, find a provider and call to make an appointment.
Liberty Hospital partners with Northland Obstetrics and Gynecology and Northland Women's Health Care to provide caring and experienced medical care for women. See OB/GYN providers here.
The Birthing Center
Delivering your baby at Liberty Hospital offers the best of all worlds. We provide warm, personal attention in a comfortable setting. And our highly qualified obstetric and neonatal nurses take care of you and your newborn in a state-of-the-art medical facility. Learn more here or watch the virtual tour below.
Liberty Hospital Women's Imaging makes the imaging experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible. We offer women a comprehensive range of imaging, biopsy and nursing services, including 3-D mammograms, breast ultrasound and breast MRI, bone density assessment, breast biopsy and resources for breast cancer patients.
Appointments: Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Due to COVID, we are not taking walk-ins.
Amy Patel, MD, Medical Director of Liberty Hospital Women's Imaging, is a fellowship-trained breast radiologist.
- 3-D mammography
- Screening mammograms by appointment only during COVID
- Same-day results
- Same-day services, including additional imaging, if needed
- Pathology results personally called to the patient by radiology
- Second opinion consultation
- Friendly staff and highly skilled technologists
- Easy access and parking
- Mammogram (patients do not need a doctor's order).
- Ultrasound and breast MRI (at the discretion of your doctor).
- Bone density.
Bone density screening
Are you at risk for developing osteoporosis or osteopenia? The National Osteoporosis Foundation recommends that people with risk factors as well as women aged 65 or older and men aged 70 or older have a bone density test to find out.
"A bone density screening is quick, easy and painless, and patients may even remain fully dressed."- Radiologist Christine Keesling, MD
The bone density screening uses a Central DXA machine that uses very little radiation to capture images of the lumbar spine and hips.
The test measures bone density to predict the risk of osteoporotic fracture during the next 10 years. People at risk of osteoporosis or osteopenia have a greater chance of fracturing these bones, and that can lead to more serious problems including longer recovery times and disability.
Medicare and many commercial insurance plans cover bone density screenings every other year for those over age 50 or after menopause. If osteoporosis is found, medications may be prescribed to help stimulate bone density growth.
Bone density screenings at Liberty Hospital Women's Imaging may be scheduled by a doctor's referral only. Most primary care physicians will recommend one for patients who fit the criteria.
Bone density loss has a variety of causes, including:
- A medical condition such as an auto-immune disorder.
- Medications such as long-term use of steroids.
- Poor nutrition.
- Height and body size—petite people are more at risk for developing osteoporosis.
"Staying active and fit can decrease your risk of developing osteoporosis, because you'll use your bones more than a person with a sedentary lifestyle." -Dr. Keesling
Resources for you
Nurse Navigator Ashley Mayes, BSN, RN, OCN, assists all newly diagnosed breast cancer patients and acts as a consistent resource to patients and their families. Phone 816-792-7263.
Genetic Counselor Emily Millare, MS, CGC, provides counseling and support to address the social and emotional aspects of making life-changing health decisions involving genetic testing. Phone 816-407-4395. Learn more.