Saint Luke's East Hospital

Exterior view of Saint Luke's East Hospital in Lee's Summit, Missouri

100 NE Saint Luke's Blvd
Lee's Summit, MO 64086

816-347-5000

Billing: 816-932-5678
Chaplain: 816-347-4616
Gift Shop: 816-347-4646
Volunteer Services: 816-347-4621

Founded in 2006, Saint Luke’s East Hospital is a 201-bed facility conveniently located on corner of Interstate 470 and Douglas Street in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Since the hospital’s opening, Saint Luke’s East has grown every year to ensure it continues to meet the needs of the community it serves. And with onsite primary care physician offices, we make getting exceptional health care as easy and convenient as possible for you.

Saint Luke’s East Hospital has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as high performing in knee replacement.

U.S. News & World Report: High Performing Hospitals 2019-20 in Knee Replacement


LEADERSHIP
Bobby Olm-Shipman
, Chief Executive Officer
Matt Marino, Chief Financial Officer
Susie Krug, Chief Nursing Officer


PATIENTS & VISITORS

Parking and maps
Free parking is available for all patients and visitors. View our campus map (PDF).

Visiting guidelines
Our nursing units welcome visitors at all hours, except for our intensive care units, neonatal intensive care units, and maternity units, which may have more specific visiting hours or visitor restrictions.

Tobacco
Saint Luke’s is a tobacco-free environment, and tobacco use, as well as e-cigarettes, is prohibited in all buildings, parking garages, and all surrounding grounds of our hospitals and facilities.

Dining options
The cafeteria is located on the hospital’s first floor. It offers a variety of cold and hot meals, snacks, salad bar, soups, deli sandwiches, and grill items.

Sending mail/flowers
To ensure prompt delivery, mail and flowers should be addressed using the patient’s full name and room number.

Gift shop
The gift shop is located off the main lobby and offers greeting cards, fresh flowers, magazines, gift items, and personal items. Call 816-347-4646 to place a phone order for delivery to hospital patients. Hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Friday: 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Spiritual Wellness
A chaplain is available during the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for consultation. If you need assistance in the support of a patient while you are away, please call Spiritual Wellness at 816-880-6419.


PATIENT INFORMATION

Insurance Accepted
Financial Assistance
Billing

Patient advocate
The Saint Luke’s East Hospital Patient Advocate serves as a liaison between patients, their families or representative(s), and the hospital. Call 816-347-5000 and ask to speak with the patient advocate. The advocate will typically respond to your concern within one business day.

Patient rights and responsibilities
Quality patient care is a primary concern of Saint Luke’s Health System. The goal of patient rights and responsibilities is to improve care, treatment, services, and outcomes by protecting and promoting each patient’s rights.

Saint Luke’s Health System complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. View patient rights and responsibilities.

Language assistance services, free of charge, are available to you. Call 816-932-6145.

Preparing for your visit
Learn more about what to expect during your stay, safety and security, patient satisfaction, advance directives, and privacy. Learn how to access your medical records.

Nominate a nurse
Nominate an extraordinary nurse for a DAISY Award.

Saint Luke's News

Media Coverage: Baby born early graduates from NICU at Saint Luke's East Hospital
After spending 40 days in the NICU, Saint Luke's East held a special celebration for one baby who was born eight weeks early. KMBC and FOX4 talked to the baby's parents and NICU nurses for the special occasion.
FOX4: As hazardous smoke seeps past the radar in operating rooms, Saint Luke's works toward change
Saint Luke's East Hospital has received the Go Clear Gold Award from a national nurse's group for its smoke evacuation initiative. FOX4's Regan Porter talked to the nurses behind the push.
KMBC: Doctors remove blood clot in 19-year-old's lung with advanced FlowTriever procedure
After feeling chest pain, Gina Cusimano's suspected asthma turned out to be something much more serious. KMBC talked to Dr. Cho about how he removed a blood clot in her lung with the FlowTriever device.