Timothy J. Billharz, MD, FACOG

Timothy J. Billharz

Contact Information

  • Office 816-781-7820
  • After Hours 816-781-7820
  • Fax 816-415-9488


Main Location

Northland Obstetrics and Gynecology
2529 Glenn Hendren Drive
Suite 200
Liberty, MO 64068
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Other Locations

Northland Obstetrics and Gynecology – Barry Pointe Medical Building
9151 NE 81st Terrace
Suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64158

Hospital Affiliations

Liberty Hospital

Areas of Interest

Obstetrics, Gynecology, Robotic Surgery, Gynecologic Surgery, Advanced Laparoscopic Techniques, Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy


Dr. Timothy Billharz is a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist and has extensive experience and expertise in a variety of gynecological surgery techniques. He focuses on gynecological surgery, robotic surgery, and advanced laparoscopic techniques, including total laparoscopic hysterectomies. Outside of work, Dr. Billharz is actively involved with his church.

Dr. Billharz accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.


Residency: Truman Medical Center, St. Luke's Hospital
Medical School: University of Nevada School of Medicine

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Certifications & Organizations

Diplomate, American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Fellow, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Kansas City Gynecological Society
Missouri Medical Association
Christian Medical and Dental Association

  • Video Transcript

    Hi, my name is Dr. Timothy Billharz and I practice obstetrics and gynecology in Liberty, Missouri.

    The thought of getting to help people day in and day out with their health in a way that I could get an education and put it to use was very appealing and turned me on to becoming a doctor.

    Every single person is an individual. In our world, there's a lot of time where people want us to follow a specific protocol and I just eschew that and say: every patient is an individual and we need to treat them as such. My philosophy with patient care is I need to give them all the information and we need to make a decision together that they're comfortable with and takes into account all of the particular details about their situation.

    I like to take time with patients and I like to just explain things in detail and help them feel comfortable because generally they're going to be in an uncomfortable or unfamiliar situation. But a lot of that is just fear of the unknown. Once you can get past that, generally it's a smooth ride.

    My passion for doing this job extends beyond just the practice here. I love to do medical mission work. I'm passionate about it. I like to get my kids involved with it. It just really helps me stay grounded and know that I do this because of the patients and no other reason.