Mercy, named one of the top five large U.S. health systems from 2016 to 2019 by IBM Watson Health, serves millions annually. Mercy includes more than 40 acute care, managed and specialty (heart, children’s, orthopedic and rehab) hospitals, 900 physician practices and outpatient facilities, 45,000 co-workers and 2,400 Mercy Clinic physicians in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Mercy also has clinics, outpatient services and outreach ministries in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. In addition, Mercy's IT division, Mercy Technology Services, and Mercy Virtual commercially serve providers and patients from coast to coast.
Mercy is the sports medicine provider of choice for professional athletes as well as universities and high schools, along with active people from all walks of life. Mercy helps speed recovery after injury and helps people with disabilities discover new strengths and abilities.
Mercy Sports Medicine is introducing sports performance training to strengthen its already comprehensive program. The clinical performance model will start in November in a new, 4,300 square foot, state of the art facility within the Centene Community Ice Center. Mercy Sports Performance powered by EXOS blends Mercy’s legacy of medical expertise and the science of human performance training pioneered by EXOS. For more than 20 years, EXOS has been at the forefront of top-tier athletic training, trusted by professional athletes and aspiring athletes alike. Mercy Sports Performance powered by EXOS coaches create training plans based on the science of human physiology and the individual’s goals. The EXOS 4 pillars—mindset, nutrition, movement, and recovery—establish a firm foundation for a lifetime of health and physical performance. Together with the Mercy whole-person approach to health and injury prevention, Sports Performance coaches offer team, individual, and small-group training programs to help youth and adults achieve their performance goals.