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  • Signature Medical Group Presents New Video Series, “Coffee with a Doc”

    Signature Medical Group Presents New Video Series, “Coffee with a Doc”

    posted on Wednesday, April 24, 2019

    Signature Medical Group is pleased to produce a new video series and social media campaign, entitled “Coffee with a Doc.” In these videos, Signature physicians will head to local coffee shops and small businesses to answer commonly asked medical questions in orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, and a variety of other health topics.

  • Signature Orthopedics to Host Community Education Event on Fitness Injuries

    Signature Orthopedics to Host Community Education Event on Fitness Injuries

    posted on Friday, October 12, 2018

    Signature Orthopedics has partnered with SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital and the Arthritis Foundation to offer a free community education event on sports medicine and injuries from high intensity exercise programs. The event, titled “From Couch to Championship: Overcoming Fitness Injuries,” will be held Nov. 14, 2018 at the hospital.

  • Signature Healthcare Foundation Hosts 12th Annual Dragon Boat Festival

    Signature Healthcare Foundation Hosts 12th Annual Dragon Boat Festival

    posted on Friday, July 20, 2018

    On June 23rd, 2018 Signature Foundation presented the 12th annual Dragon Boat Festival! The Dragon Boat Festival is a family-friendly event where community and corporate teams race dragon boats on Creve Coeur Lake.

  • Orthopedic Mission Trips

    Orthopedic Mission Trips

    posted on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

    For the past twelve years, local St. Louis-area physicians have provided hundreds of indigent patients in the Dominican Republic access to free medical care and orthopedic surgical reconstructive procedures.

  • Surgeon Travels to Dominican Republic to Give Back

    Surgeon Travels to Dominican Republic to Give Back

    posted on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

    Three of our Kansas City orthopedic surgeons from Carondelet Orthopaedic Surgeons joined a group from Village Presbyterian church on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic where they partnered in providing medical services with Good Samaritan Hospital located in Jimani.