Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City

4401 Wornall Rd
Kansas City, MO 64111

816-932-2000

Billing: 816-932-5678
Gift Shop: 816-932-2050
Spiritual Wellness: 816-932-2180
Volunteer Services: 816-932-2183

Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City is one of the largest faith-based care hospitals in the region—offering many specialized programs and services. Our network of more than 600 physicians represents more than 60 medical specialties.

Saint Luke’s Hospital has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the elite hospitals in the nation. It is nationally ranked in one specialty for 2020-21 and honored as high performing in four additional specialties.

Saint Luke’s Hospital is a primary teaching hospital for the University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Medicine, which includes a physician residency program.

LEADERSHIP
Jani Johnson
, Chief Executive Officer
Jane Peck, Chief Operating Officer
Amy Nachtigal, Chief Financial Officer
Debbie Wilson, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer


PATIENTS & VISITORS

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

Visiting guidelines
As we work to protect the health and safety of everyone at our hospital, we have temporarily revised our visiting guidelines.

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
Broadway Dining, located on Level 1, is the hospital’s main cafeteria. Jo’ N Go, located near Broadway Dining, offers drinks, as well as limited grab-and-go items, salads, fruit, sandwiches, and fresh bakery items. Vending machines are available 24/7 throughout the hospital.

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

Gift shop
Located on the first floor of the main hospital, the gift shop has greeting cards, fresh flowers, magazines, gift items, and personal items. Due to COVID-19 and visitor restrictions, gift shop hours vary. For questions or more information, call 816-932-2050.

Spiritual Wellness
Chaplains are available by calling Spiritual Wellness at 816-932-2180. The chapel is located on the hospital’s main floor and is always open for patients, families, and staff. If the use of the chapel for special rites or worship would be helpful, please contact Spiritual Wellness. All worship services are televised throughout the hospital on channel 18.


PATIENT INFORMATION

Insurance Accepted
Financial Assistance
Billing

Patient advocate
The Saint Luke’s Hospital Patient Advocate Department serves as a liaison between patients, their families or representative(s), and the hospital. To reach the patient advocate, call 816-932-2328. 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. 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

Associated Press: Hospitalizations at new high, positivity rate up in Missouri
The number of people hospitalized for the coronavirus in Missouri reached a record high Thursday. AP News talked to Dr. Marc Larsen about how Saint Luke's rural hospitals are seeing surges just as much as the metropolitan hospitals.
KMBC: Push is on for people to get flu shots as pandemic continues
As COVID hospitalizations continue to rise across the KC area, KMBC talked to Dr. Marc Larsen about why the flu shot and testing are even more important this flu season.
KCTV: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month: You don't have to suffer in silence, local mother says
KCTV talked to Saint Luke's Hospital Infant Loss and Grief Support Coordinator and one Kansas City mother who started a support group to let bereaved mothers know they do not have to suffer in silence.