Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Saint Luke’s Health System is committed to providing exceptional care for all patients and a safe and healthy atmosphere for our team.
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.
One Kansas man facing amputation of his legs is getting a rare opportunity to avoid that thanks to a new procedure at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute. After undergoing several procedures at...Read more >
The U.S. hit a grim milestone, reaching more than 500,000 deaths related to COVID-19. But while there were many dark times over the past year, hospitals found unique ways to...Read more >
New research shows athletes are at lower risk for developing myocarditis after having COVID-19 than initially thought. Myocarditis can weaken the heart as it causes inflammation of the muscle. The...Read more >
Doctors are learning more about how COVID-19 affects the heart. New research shows athletes who have contracted the virus are less likely to develop myocarditis than initially thought. KMBC talked to...Read more >
Some people are still dealing with long-term complications from COVID-19. That's the story of one Missouri man whose weeks-long battle with the virus is finally rounding the corner. KCTV shares the...Read more >
The new iPhone could potentially disable implantable medical devices like pacemakers and defibrillators. KCTV talked to Dr. Sanjaya Gupta about the issue with the iPhone 12's powerful magnet and what patients should do....Read more >
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