Seeing bladder cancer in a new light
Using blue light cystoscopy during bladder cancer surgery helps ensure that even the tiniest traces of cancer are removed.
Easy access to primary and specialty care
Primary and specialty care close to where you live. Evening and weekend hours. Walk-in availability.
Steam treatment shrinks enlarged prostate
If an enlarged prostate is disrupting your life, then a new treatment could turn urinary symptoms into a distant memory.
Now there’s a minimally invasive procedure available for people who can’t tolerate open-heart surgery called MitraClip therapy.
Your connection to better health
Learn how St. Mary CareConnect telehealth monitoring may help keep you healthy at home and out of the hospital.
Treating prostate cancer in less time
At St. Mary Medical Center, many men can opt for hypofractionated radiation therapy for prostate cancer, which may shorten their course of therapy by three or four weeks.
30 years of lifesaving trauma care
St. Mary Medical Center entered a new era of service to the community as a level 2 trauma center in 1987. Today, it’s one of the longest-running trauma programs in the state.
A leader in cardiovascular medicine
Medicine has seen some major breakthroughs in treating heart disease within the last decade—and many of those breakthroughs are available at St. Mary Medical Center.
Big losses and bigger gains
The bariatric surgery program at st. Mary helps patients successfully lose weight and enjoy a healthier life.
By your side, every step of the way
No matter how breast cancer touches you, here’s something you should know: More than ever, breast cancer is survivable.