Pioneering Health Care Innovation

Saint Luke’s Health System includes 18 hospitals and campuses, home care and hospice, behavioral health care, hundreds of physician practices, a life-plan senior living community, and more facilities across the Kansas City region.

Learn more about the history of Saint Luke’s, then view career listings.

US News & World Report: Best Hospitals National Ranked in 2 Specialties, 2019-20

Nationally Ranked Health System

For more than a decade, Saint Luke’s Hospitals and specialties have been nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report.

Magnet Recognized: American Nurses Credentialing Center

Magnet Designated

Saint Luke’s Hospital is one of only 75 hospitals in the world to achieve this nursing milestone four times in a row.

Healthcare Equality Index: LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader 2019

HEI Leadership Award

Saint Luke’s has been designated as an Equality Leader by the Human Rights Campaign for our commitment to providing equitable, inclusive care to LGBTQ patients. Learn more about our commitment to diversity.

Caring for You

At Saint Luke’s, we understand that the health of our organization is directly tied to the health of our team. Your physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial wellness are important to us, which is why we offer a comprehensive and competitive array of benefits and health enhancement programs to care for you and your family. Discover how our benefits can support you.

Arts, Culture, Fountains, and BBQ: Kansas City

The city we call home is a thriving and diverse metropolitan hub of activity, home to delicious cuisine, historic arts and music communities, world-class museums, and champion sports teams. Kansas City celebrates its history while continuing to innovate, and the affordable cost of living and family-friendly amenities—from daycare to schools, parks, and zoos—makes our community one of the top U.S. cities in which to live and work.

News

Iola Register: Physician Discusses Need for Checkups, Screenings

An annual checkup and recommended screenings can identify problems before they develop into something more serious. Dr. Brian Neely, family physician with Allen County Regional Hospital, says it's important to have...

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KSHB: Former Missouri College Football Coach Recalls Deadly 1990 Player Collapse

While watching Monday night’s Bills versus Bengals game a former Missouri college football player had a flashback to 32 years ago when Derringer Cade, a junior, collapsed on the sideline...

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FOX4: CPR Training Top of Mind Following Damar Hamlin’s Collapse

CPR is on thing that is credited with restarting NFL Bill's Safety Damar Hamlin’s heart after he experienced a cardiac arrest on the field during the first quarter in Monday's...

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FOX4: Saint Luke's New Years Babies

The first babies of the new year have arrived at Saint Luke's Health System.  Arrow was the first Saint Luke's baby of 2023, born at Saint Luke's East Hospital at 2:24...

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KCUR: A Kansas City Doctor says Heart Disease need to be taken more Seriously in Women

Once considered predominantly a men's disease, heart disease kills more women each year than cancer. One Kansas City doctor says that men and women are mistakenly prescribed different preventative treatment...

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KCUR: A Kansas City Doctor says Heart Disease needs to be taken more Seriously in Women

Once considered predominantly a men's disease, heart disease kills more women each year than cancer. One Kansas City doctor says that men and women are mistakenly prescribed different preventative treatment...

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