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Stacy  McIntyre

Stacy McIntyre

Stem Cell Technician & Phlebotomist

"I'm so blessed to be working with a group of people that are just as enthusiastic about helping people get back to health as I am.  Working for a company that cares makes all the difference."

Stacy graduated high school at Salina Central High and attended Butler Community College receiving her license as a CNA.  With interests in many aspects of the healthcare field, Stacy became an Activities Director for a small hospital.  A passion for helping patients drove her to do more and spurred her on to work in rehabilitation and physical therapy. Stacy also worked for the wound clinic, and then went to the lab, where she really enjoyed her work as a Phlebotomist; eventually becoming a Medical Laboratory Assistant. Stacy is also pursuing her degree as a Medical Laboratory Technologist.

 

Stacy enjoys spending her time with family, walking on trails, discovering new areas, riding bikes, reading, and many more things not listed.

 

Stacy came to KRMC eager to learn this new technology in stem cells. She has pursued many different avenues in her career and has found she wants to learn more about what we do here at KRMC. Stacy has read many articles on how stem cells have changed many people’s lives and she is proud to be a part of this facility. Stacy is caring and compassionate about what she does, and is happy to know that what she does here at KRMC will touch the lives of others and help relieve pain through stem cell therapy.

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Our research-based treatments use your own stem cells to accelerate your healing — without surgery.

 
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Use Your Own Cells to Treat Arthritis, Joint Injuries & Spine Pain 

A stem cell discussion followed by Q & A.

 

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Overland Park, KS - November 21st, 2019  6:00pm-7:00pm

LIVE WEBINAR - December 10th, 2019  5:00pm-6:00pm

 
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