Shawnee Mission Post: Saint Luke's Community Hospital to Open in Shawnee, Becoming the Sixth of its Kind in the KC Metro

May 31, 2019

Saint Luke's Health System is opening a new community hospital in Shawnee. Upon opening June 10, the new facility at 14950 W. 67th Street will be Saint Luke's sixth community hospital in the Kansas City metro area.

The new hospital will offer emergency in-patient care in a neighborhood setting, with the goal of creating more convenience and accessibility for residents in Shawnee and the surrounding area. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“We’re bringing you an expert team, offering not only clinical excellence but also a calm, caring environment that’s close to home,” said Bob Bonney, Saint Luke's Senior Vice President of Non-Acute Services and Business Development. “We’ve thought long and hard about what our patients need and want and the best way to deliver it.”

Read the full Shawnee Mission Post article.

Bob Bonney, Julie Quirin, Michelle Distler, and Teresa Collins at the Saint Luke's Community Hospital ribbon cutting in Shawnee.

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