Saint Luke’s Bishop Spencer Place

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Located in the heart of Kansas City near the Country Club Plaza, Saint Luke’s Bishop Spencer Place has been offering an exceptional retirement lifestyle for more than 20 years. Vibrant independent living and a full spectrum of on-site health care including private caregiving services, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation services, and long-term skilled nursing.

We take care of all the details so you can fully enjoy your retirement. From five-star dining to life-enriching programs to a full spectrum of health care, backed by Saint Luke’s 135 years of experience, we empower residents to create their ideal retirement. And it is our residents who truly make us stand apart from other communities.

Living at Bishop Spencer Place allows you to stay connected – to your family, friends, church, theaters, restaurant, and cultural activities you currently enjoy. Independence. Peace of Mind. Belonging. At Bishop Spencer Place, we have it all.

Learn why you’ll love retirement at Bishop Spencer Place.

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Bishop Spencer Place

4301 Madison Ave
Kansas City, MO 64111 

Phone: 816-931-4277

Saint Luke's News

Real Love Stories that Remind Us What Love is All About - from the Sweethearts of Bishop Spencer Place
This Valentine’s Day, we introduce you to three couples, who are residents at Saint Luke's Bishop Spencer Place, that share the secrets of a happy relationship and fulfilling marriage from their own experiences. Each story is proof that love exists in all stages of life.
FOX4: Oldest living Kansas City mayor recalls last time Chiefs went to Super Bowl
Kansas City's oldest living mayor has been waiting 50 years for another Chiefs Super Bowl win. FOX4 talked to Charles Wheeler at Bishop Spencer Place about the last big game and his thoughts on Super Bowl LIV.
KCTV: Descendant of infamous mint julep recipe lives in Kansas City
Meet Bill Buckner and watch his story of the mint juleps his father once mixed and served for President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Gen. Douglas MacArthur.