Doctors Join Mercy Clinic in St. Louis

Earl Gage, MD, pediatric plastic surgeon

Brian S. Porshinsky, MD, burn and plastic surgeon

Mercy Clinic recently added new doctors to the group - Earl Gage, MD; Brian S. Porshinsky, MD; and Sandford Sineff, MD.

Earl Gage, MD, pediatric plastic surgeon, joined Mercy Clinic Kids Plastic Surgery and Mercy Children’s Hospital. He most recently served as assistant professor of surgery at UNC Hospitals. He completed his fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Cleveland Clinic and his fellowship in craniofacial surgery at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas.

Brian S. Porshinsky, MD, burn and plastic surgeon, joined Mercy Clinic Plastic Surgery and also will work with Mercy Hospital St. Louis Burn Center. He comes from Ohio State University Medical Center where he was assistant professor of surgery and associate director of the burn center.

Sandford Sineff, MD, emergency medicine physician, will work with Mercy Hospital St. Louis Emergency Department. He comes from Washington University Barnes-Jewish Hospital where he served as assistant professor of emergency medicine, director of Medical Student Education in the division of Emergency Medicine, assistant director of Emergency Ultrasound Didactics and also staff physician at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital.

Mercy Clinic is a multi-specialty, physician-led group affiliated with Mercy hospitals in St. Louis and Washington, Mo. In Mercy’s east Missouri region, it consists of more than 450 primary care and specialty physicians, 75 nurse practitioners and physician assistants and covers more than 50 clinical specialties with 100 practice sites. 

Mercy is the sixth largest Catholic health care system in the U.S. and serves more than 3 million people annually. Mercy includes 31 hospitals, more than 200 outpatient facilities, 38,000 co-workers and 1,600 integrated physicians in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Mercy also has outreach ministries in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

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