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Photo: Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City

Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



St Lukes Hospital Of Kansas City is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Jackson County, MO.

St Lukes Hospital Of Kansas City does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

St Lukes Hospital Of Kansas City is a government - hospital district or authority hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


Unbelievably inexperienced nurses and rude condescending tone to a newborn and mother. One 24 hour period when you have complete coverage paid for is some fast food style treatment. Moving bodies is something I can’t stand. Baby in NICU for day 1 of 2 breastfeeding and you have her sleeping on a cot. Shame. Swearing and condemning does nothing to solve a deep seeded issue and the treatment review is just the tip of the iceberg. Shuffling human beings around is something I will never sit around and tolerate. Enjoy the emails and phone calls from board members. (a week ago)

Im now changing it to a 1 star. Turns out even though they "accept " your insurance they don't have to take any of the write offs. Insurance fraud?? I have several EOBs that say my bill should be hundreds less, but someone at St. Luke's says they are exempt of taking the discounts. Why would i go here if my insurance company wasn't going to help? Fraud, scam, dishonest place that doesn't care about the patient, only the dollar sign. The 2 stars are for the clinical team. But then we have to talk about billing. I originally wanted to deliver my child here, but AFTER several appointments and VERY EXPENSIVE exams, I was told they didn't take my insurance and i had to leave-26 weeks pregnant. Now, my child is 4 months old, I have paid this hospital over $3000, and i just got another statement for an additional $900, AND I DIDN'T EVEN DELIVER THERE! Frustrated, disappointed, heart sick, and financially broke thanks to st. Luke's. (3 weeks ago)

I was in ICU for almost a week and the nurses were the absolute best!! Caring and compassionate and professional. I then spent another week in a regular room and again was totally blown away by all of the staff, from the aides, housekeeping, lab techs or nursing staff I felt that all were concerned about my comfort and welfare. It made the situation so much more bearable knowing they were truly dedicated to the job. (3 months ago)

The stuff here are just rude not professional at all . The worse nurse ( RN I believe ) ever is Kristen Henry thinks she better then everyone els talks about people with mental illness. I thought nurses were supposed to care about patients . She needs to get fired . Unbelievably inexperienced nurses an (in the last week)

Slow ER. I came in with debilitating pain & it took them 3-4hrs to give me anything. I understand there’s a lot of “drug seekers” out there but when someone comes in with prior severe trauma to their entire body(broke every limb, ribs, neck, & back + lacerated/ruptured almost ALL of their internal organs less than 6mo prior to the visit) they should be treated more promptly & not put through an extended wait time. I had just had my 9th or 10th surgery of the year a few weeks before the ER visit & was greatly offended by the lack of urgency. Yes. There’s a process & I do understand that. I was hospitalized earlier 2017 for over 3mo. I know they can’t waive a magic wand & get to every patient promptly BUT when someone is crying so hard that their eyes are almost swollen shut? + an extremely extensive list of injuries that they endured less than 6mo before!!! Plus I came in with an ambulance!!! In the end they gave me ketamine which helped but was an even more uncomfortable experience in and of itself. Less than an hour after leaving the ER I was in severe pain all over again, like the problem wasn’t addressed. Just a quick bandaid, pat on the back, and off I went. I needed a more balanced solution & I was pushed through the system instead. (a week ago)

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