KCTV: Saint Luke's Hospital opens new, shorter wait time community hospital in Leawood

February 27, 2018

Saint Luke's Community Hospitals are streamlined, state-of-the-art acute care hospitals are staffed by board-certified/eligible emergency physicians and experienced registered nurses. This new hospital concept is part of Saint Luke’s goal to provide convenient, accessible emergency and inpatient care closer to where people live and work.

KCTV came to the location in Leawood, Kansas to talk to Dr. Marc Larsen, medical director of Saint Luke's Community Hospitals, about how these locations can benefit the community. 

Learn how Saint Luke's Community Hospitals are set apart from urgent cares.

 

Learn what kind of emergencies our community hospitals can take care of. 

 

Learn about wait times and how quickly patients will be able to see a physician. 

 

Learn about the need for these community hospitals in the Kansas City area.

 

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