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Rebecca Rentea, MD, General Surgery, Kansas City, MO, Children's Mercy Hospital Kansas City

RebeccaMariaRenteaMDMS, MBA, FAAP, FACS

General Surgery Kansas City, MO

Colon & Rectal Surgery, Pediatric General Surgery

associate professor- Children’s Mercy Hospital

Overview of Dr. Rentea

Dr. Rebecca Rentea is a pediatric surgeon at Children's Mercy in Kansas City, MO. She specializes in pediatric colorectal and pelvic reconstruction surgery and minimally invasive pediatric surgery.

Education & Training

  • Nationwide Childrens Hospital
    Nationwide Childrens HospitalFellowship, Pediatric Colorectal and Pelvic Surgery, 2017 - 2018
  • University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
    University of Missouri-Kansas City School of MedicineFellowship, Pediatric Surgery, 2015 - 2017
  • Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals
    Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated HospitalsResidency, Surgery, 2008 - 2014
  • St. Matthew's University
    St. Matthew's UniversityClass of 2008

Certifications & Licensure

  • WI State Medical License
    WI State Medical License 2009 - 2025
  • MO State Medical License
    MO State Medical License 2015 - 2025
  • KS State Medical License
    KS State Medical License 2019 - 2024
  • OH State Medical License
    OH State Medical License 2017 - 2024
  • AL State Medical License
    AL State Medical License 2022 - 2023
  • American Board of Surgery Surgery
  • American Board of Surgery Pediatric Surgery

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Fellow (FACS) American College of Surgeons

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Authored Content

  • Feeding Advancement and Simultaneous Transition to Discharge (FASTDischarge) After Laparoscopic GastrostomyMay 2018
  • Creating a unique research plan during surgery residency5/8/2018

Press Mentions

  • Antibiotic Treatment Alone Less Effective in Children with More Appendicitis Pain
    Antibiotic Treatment Alone Less Effective in Children with More Appendicitis PainMay 6th, 2022
  • More Intense Pain Tied to Failed Appendicitis Treatment in Kids
    More Intense Pain Tied to Failed Appendicitis Treatment in KidsMay 2nd, 2022

Professional Memberships

Hospital Affiliations