Keys to Success
We take our role as a leader in healthcare very seriously.
Every aspect of what we do is done with the goal of becoming the best health system in the nation for patient care and service.
To realize this vision, our physicians, nurses and staff have adopted a service-minded culture that puts patient needs first.
Our focus on quality and patient satisfaction ensures the patient experience is nothing less than exceptional.
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Why Join Us
Our journey to Great
Fifteen years ago, our hospital was in critical condition. We could not invest in the technology and resources, employee turnover was high and public perception was low. That year, The University of Kansas Hospital was established as an independent hospital authority and our transformational journey began. And just as we knew we had the ability to change our patients' lives, we believed we could change our destiny, too.
We didn’t just get better – we got great.
National reputation for excellence
Today, our health system has a national reputation for doing things right, and we are rated among the country’s top hospitals in quality and the patient experience.
With each step we take to become the nation's best, we establish ourselves as a healthcare destination. People from throughout the region and across the country turn to us to receive exceptional, specialized care for complex conditions. All of this is possible because of the dedication and commitment of the people who work here and our steadfast focus on caring for the patient.
We invite you to join us as we continue to advance the power of academic medicine.
Learn more about current career opportunities at The University of Kansas Health System
We are an equal employment opportunity employer without regard to a person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, ancestry, age (40 or older), disability, veteran status or genetic information.