FOX4: Saint Luke’s Health System thanking employees with year-end bonuses

December 14, 2021

A Kansas City area hospital system is recognizing the enormous amount of work its employees are tackling as the world ends the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a way of saying thanks, hospitals across the country are handing out bonuses to health care workers. That includes Saint Luke’s Health System in the Kansas City metro, which is paying bonuses to employees on Dec. 17.

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