Moberly Regional Medical Center
Moberly Regional Medical Center is a 101-bed JCAHO accredited facility serving a population of 60,000 in north central Missouri. A full service, acute care hospital, with physicians on duty 24 hours a day. The medical center,in conjunction with its medical staff, inpatient and outpatient services in the areas of critical care; diagnostic imaging including CAT scan, MRI, nuclear medicine and ultrasound; inpatient and same-day surgery; physical therapy; outpatient maternal & child health; as well as skilled nursing care and round-the-clock laboratory services. Specialties represented on the medical staff include family and general practice, internal medicine, interventional and invasive cardiology, gastroenterology, neurology, hospitalist services, ENT, plastics, pediatrics, general surgery, OB/Uro, Gyn, radiology, urology and general/total joints/sports medicine orthopaedics. The Professional Arts Building - a medical office space facility - is located adjacent to MRMC.
With a population of approximately 143,000, Moberly is located in the heart of north central Missouri nearly midway between Kansas City and St. Louis. The town has a growing industrial base; Orscheln Brothers Company being the largest industry, employing more than 800 in Moberly and surrounding communities. ORBCO is the inventor and manufacturer of over-the-center brake levers commonly found in many of today's automobiles. Moberly was founded as a railroad community and continues to be home to nearly 400 Norfolk Southern Railway employees. Interstate 70 and Columbia, with over >100,000 residents and 40,000 students is home of the University of Missouri is located just 36 miles south, as well as commuter flights connecting to most major airports.