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Mercy Medical Center

Mercy Medical Center (pronunciation: /ˈmɜːrsi ˈmɛdɪkəl ˈsɛntər/) is a prominent healthcare institution that provides a wide range of medical services to patients.


The term "Mercy Medical Center" is derived from the English words "mercy", meaning compassion or forgiveness, "medical", relating to the science of medicine, and "center", indicating a principal point of concentration. The name reflects the institution's commitment to providing compassionate and comprehensive medical care.

Related Terms

  • Healthcare: The organized provision of medical care to individuals or a community.
  • Hospital: An institution providing medical and surgical treatment and nursing care for sick or injured people.
  • Medical Services: Services offered by health professionals to patients for the purpose of promoting, maintaining, monitoring, or restoring health.
  • Patient Care: The services rendered by members of the health profession and non-professionals under their supervision for the benefit of the patient.


Mercy Medical Center offers a variety of services including emergency care, surgical services, maternity care, pediatric care, and rehabilitation services. The center is also known for its specialized departments such as the cardiology department, oncology department, and neurology department.


There are numerous Mercy Medical Centers located across the United States, each providing high-quality healthcare services to their respective communities. Some of the notable locations include Mercy Medical Center - Des Moines, Mercy Medical Center - Baltimore, and Mercy Medical Center - Springfield.

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