Saint Luke's Hospice House

Exterior view of Saint Luke's Hospice House in Kansas City


Saint Luke’s Hospice House is a freestanding facility that offers hospice care for patients who may require more symptom management than can be provided at home or may prefer to spend their final days in another safe, loving location. The beautiful 22,500-square-foot building features:

  • 12 large private suites to accommodate patients, their families, and their friends
  • A beautiful indoor chapel and an open-air outdoor chapel
  • Two large family sitting rooms with fireplaces
  • Community room with a piano
  • Comfortable children’s area with toys, games, books, movies, and video games
  • Screened-in porches and landscaped outdoor gardens
  • Large doorways allowing bed- or wheelchair-bound patients to access gathering spaces away from their private suites
  • A full-service kitchen and dining room with staff to prepare meals for patients and provide minimal-cost options for families and guests
  • Guest showers and laundry facilities for family use
  • Grief support to help patients and families cope

Contact Us

Call 888-303-7576 for more information about hospice care services at Saint Luke’s Hospice House.

Make a charitable donation to Saint Luke’s Hospice House.

For information about the Dogs On Call program or volunteer opportunities, please contact Melissa Tinklepaugh at mtinklepaugh@saintlukeskc.org or 816-502-8901

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Saint Luke's Hospice House

3516 Summit St.
Kansas City, MO 64111 

Saint Luke's News

KSHB: Saint Luke's Hospice and Will Shields partner on grief camp for kids who have lost loved ones
Saint Luke's Hospice and Will Shields' Will to Succeed Foundation and 68 Fitness & Sports Training have joined forces to host WILLPower: Healing in Motion, a one-day camp for kids, ages 6 to 18, who are grieving the death of a loved one.
KSHB: 'Dogs on Call' Volunteer Time to Comfort Hospice Patients and Families
Saint Luke's Hospice House has a very special team of four-legged volunteers that come by every week. KSHB talked to one volunteer about the Dogs on Call program and its impact on patients and families.