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St. Mary's Lake Ozark Medical Clinic

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About St. Mary’s Health Center and Clinics

St. Mary’s Health Center is a

full-service acute care hospital and a member of SSM Health Care, the first healthcare recipient of the prestigious Malcom Baldridge Award for quality . St. Mary’s offers a full range of inpatient, outpatient, emergency and urgent-care services for mid-Missourians. For the past several years, the hospital has been recognized as a top-10 hospital in the nation in all four nationally tracked core clinical measures.

St. Mary’s operates primary-care clinics in six surrounding communities: Belle, Holts Summit, Jefferson City, Tipton, Versailles and Lake Ozark. In addition to these locations, St. Mary’s employed physician practices include two urgent-care clinics, a large pediatric clinic, a cardiothoracic surgery practice, a hospitalist group, occupational medicine and inpatient psychiatry.

Lake of the Ozarks, Mo.

Covering 54,000 acres, the 92-mile-long Lake of the Ozarks is one of the premier vacation destinations in Mid-America. The lake is the centerpiece of a vibrant region made up of more than a dozen communities, surrounded by far-reaching forests, rolling hills and dramatic bluffs that outline the Lake’s 1,150-plus miles of meandering shoreline.

About 170 miles from either Kansas City or St. Louis, and two hours from Branson, Mo., the lake is less than a day’s drive from anywhere in the central United States.

The highly affordable, family-friendly lake area offers outstanding activities for all ages. Children like the outdoor and indoor waterparks, go-kart tracks, mini-golf courses, arcades and much more. Adults enjoy playing championship golf, fishing for bass and crappie, visiting wineries and art galleries, relaxing at a soothing spa, shopping at the huge outlet mall, and everything in between.

From high cliffs to underground caves, the great outdoors is on full display in the lake area. Wander the trails in two state parks -- through glades, savannas and dense forest. Even Lake-area golf courses are carved from the rock.