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.
Saint Luke’s Hospital is one of only 75 hospitals in the world to achieve this nursing milestone four times in a row.
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.
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.
Health experts are seeing a rise in flu cases across the country as people get ready to travel for Thanksgiving. Watch KSHB's story below for tips from Saint Luke's experts...Read more >
A local woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer has something to be extra grateful for this Thanksgiving after learning she is officially in remission. Sharon Ellis shared her message to others...Read more >
Millions around the country are feeling the pressure to stretch the dollar this year when it comes to the holidays, especially for Thanksgiving dinner. KSHB talked to Grace Hoffman, nutritional coordinator with Saint Luke's Food As...Read more >
Treatment with dapagliflozin (Farxiga; AstraZeneca) was found to improve symptom burden and health-related quality of life in patients with heart failure (HF) with mildly reduced or preserved ejection fraction (EF)...Read more >
Saint Luke’s Health System has developed a full-time, six-week, paid training program to equip entry-level nursing assistants with the knowledge and skills they need for the job. KCTV talked to Susie...Read more >
A Kansas City cardiologist has co-authored a study in the New England Journal of Medicine finding that Black and Hispanic patients of cardiac arrest are significantly less likely to receive CPR from...Read more >
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