Landmark Hospital of Joplin
Our 30-bed Critical Care Hospital Joplin, MO is located in a quiet, wooded environment in the heart of the medical district.
The hospital operates as a joint venture between Landmark Holdings of Missouri, LLC, and the two short-term acute care hospitals in Joplin, Freeman Health System and Mercy Hospital.
2040 West 32nd St.
Joplin, MO 64804
Phone – 417-627-1300
Fax – 417-627-1351
Kevin Clement, MBA
Kevin Clement is an award-winning healthcare executive with more than 25 years of healthcare administration experience. He has held the CEO position at facilities in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri.
In 2014, as CEO of Community Health Systems, Inc., he led Siloam Springs Regional Hospital to national recognition as one of the “Top 100 Safest Hospitals Under 100 Beds” – an award presented by The SafeCare Group® and based on three criteria – quality, patient safety and efficiency of care.
Clement earned his MBA at Oklahoma City University. His Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration is from East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma.
Konny Kibbey, RN, BSN, graduated from Missouri Southern State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Kibbey started her nursing career as an LPN in 1992. She served in the US Army Reserves for 16 years. Passionate about neurology, she was an RN on the neurology floor at St. John’s Hospital for 7 years and was the lead nurse of the Neurology Department at Mayo Clinic. Kibbey came to Landmark in 2010 as a charge nurse. In April of 2013, she accepted the position of Case Manager. She served as interim Director of Nursing and in the spring of 2016 was promoted to Chief Clinical Officer, bringing 24 years of experience to the position.
John Venter, DO
Dr. Venter is a board-certified pulmonologist with over thirty years of experience in the treatment of medically complex patients. He graduated from the College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Bioscience, Kansas City, Missouri.
Dr. Venter joined Landmark Hospital of Joplin in 2007.