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Triston Swart

Triston Swart

Stem Cell Technician

Triston Swart grew up in Oakley, KS. Growing up on a farm, he learned the meaning of hard work at a very young age. He strongly believes that without that upbringing, he would not be where he is today. In 2014, Triston started working at a car dealership. It was here that he learned people skills and how to be a contributing member of small-town society. He worked there for a little over a year before deciding to get his CNA. In the fall of 2015, he began work at Gove County Medical Center in Quinter, KS. While working here, his dream to become a physician emerged. He was fortunate enough to help with multiple newborn deliveries as well as working cases in the emergency room. In his words, “there is no feeling better than the one you get while holding a new baby that is only seconds old.”

After graduating high school in May of 2017, Triston began attending Kansas State University to pursue a degree in Biology, Pre-Medicine. His plan is to graduate from K-State in May of 2021 and then go on to attend The University of Kansas Medicine Center.

In his free time, Triston enjoys being outdoors and hanging out with his friends, as well as spending time with his family.

Triston is very excited to be a part of the KRMC family, and he looks forward to helping patients with cutting-edge stem cell medicine.

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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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Manhattan, KS - August 20th, 2019  5:30pm-6:30pm

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