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Menorah Medical Center

Patient Stories

Adam & Amanda Brown

Adam & Amanda Brown - when they experienced several medical emergencies in a two-year period, they finally found a hospital's emergency room that responded to their needs quickly, efficiently and professionally. » Read more

Heather Turner

Heather Turner was stuck in a rut and she couldn't get out. After giving birth to three children, undergoing knee surgery to repair a torn ACL, the stress of having a husband serving in Iraq and poor diet choices combined with lack of exercise, the Leavenworth woman was overweight and frustrated. » Read more

Jennifer Fastner

Jennifer Fastner - underwent brain surgery for epileptic seizures she had experienced since she was seven days old. Treated unsuccessfully throughout her life with every medication available for epilepsy, Jennifer was growing weary of the 30- to 40-second seizures, which began to increase in frequency last summer - Jennifer was having two to four weekly. It was apparent the seizures were becoming resistant to medication. » Read more

Marilyn Coleman

Marilyn Coleman - the 62-year-old is now cancer-free and thinks her victory over the disease is largely due to the CyberKnife® treatments she had at Menorah Medical Center. CyberKnife is a non-invasive alternative to surgery for the treatment of cancer anywhere in the body. It delivers beams of high-dose radiation to tumors with extreme accuracy and as the Coleman's found out, is a beacon of hope for cancer patients. » Read more

Marlene Krakow

Local philanthropist and cancer survivor, Marlene Krakow, shares her story of healing, courtesy of She was treated for cancer by Bradley Koffman, MD, a radiation oncologist and medical director of the CyberKnife Center at Menorah Medical Center. » Read more

Sharon Fadler Frankel

Sharon Fadler Frankel - the 54-year-old Leawood resident experienced sporadic, mild chest discomfort for almost four weeks. "The episodes would last just a couple of minutes and then disappear," says Sharon. With no personal or family heart disease history and no prior symptoms, a heart attack was the last thing on my mind. » Read more