Shawnee Mission Health

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Back in 1962, Shawnee Mission Medical Center’s (SMMC) founders had a vision of a hospital that served one important purpose — caring for the growing Johnson County community. Starting out as a one-story, 65-bed community hospital, SMMC has evolved into a world-class health center that not only serves patients at our Merriam location at I-35 and 75th Street, but at many points throughout Johnson County and the Kansas City metropolitan area.

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