Earlier this week a local institution endured a walkout over COVID vaxx rules.
Interestingly, they earned a mention on national news with hype that they ONLY lost 39 workers.
Now . . . A place better known as "Heaven's waiting room" for homeless and gunshot victims is changing its name.
Or . . .
Somebody finally cancelled TRUMAN.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Patients, clients and supporters of Truman Medical Centers/University Health (TMC/UH)have come to know the health system as Kansas City's essential, safety net hospital, providing medical care to all. As of October 1, Truman Medical Centers/University Health will become simply University Health (UH).
As presiding judge of the Jackson County Court, Harry Truman pushed through a bond issue in 1928 that led to the construction of Rural Jackson County Emergency Hospital on a one-time farm the court purchased in the mid-1800s for $1,000.
Beginning Oct. 1, Truman Medical Centers will be called University Health. The hospital system announced the change as a way to highlight its role as an academic medical center that works with UMKC to help train doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and dentists of the future.