Shawnee Mission Post: New Saint Luke’s Community Hospitals in Overland Park, Roeland Park up and running this summer

June 1, 2018

Saint Luke’s is committed to providing emergency care when and where you need it through our Saint Luke’s Community Hospitals. Conveniently located where you live and work and with wait times of less than 10 minutes, Saint Luke’s Community Hospitals are there when minutes matter.

Our two newest community hospitals are ready to serve northeast Johnson County. The facility at 75th and Metcalf has been up-and-running for a few weeks now, and another at Roe and Johnson Drive in Roeland Park is expected to be operational in July.

An open house at the new Roeland Park facility from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on June 25.

Read a full article by the Shawnee Mission Post: "New Saint Luke’s Community Hospitals in Overland Park, Roeland Park up and running this summer."

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