Your ENERGY fits right in
Working at The University of Kansas Health System, you’ll experience an environment of teamwork and support. No matter what your role, your work will make a difference – to our patients, to our team members and to our community. Learn more about our culture and find out where you can fit in.
Our employees feel like a part of a team, together, committed to others.
We support and value every employee, empowering them to put the patient first in all things – even beyond clinical care.
We offer unique opportunities for professional development, as well as convenient pathways for onsite continuing education among healthcare professionals and staff (from GED to CEUs).
We make a difference in our communities by improving the health and lives of our patients.
We are a true healthcare leader in the region, rooted in experience and excellence.
"Our teams have really set the bar in how to handle the unknown."
"The power behind a united team; the power of diversity among all of us is truly brilliant when a collection of minds work together."
"Frequently, when I show someone how to read notes from an acute stay they express appreciation and gratitude for the new knowledge. This leaves me feeling appreciated, impactful and fulfilled by my job because I know that I've given someone a tool they wanted and taught them how to use it effectively to meet their health goals."
"We've become such a beacon of information during this COVID pandemic, more attention being paid to KU than maybe ever before. Considering all the other institutions in this area and region, that says a lot. I'm very proud of that fact."
Making a difference in our communities
Our impact extends well beyond our walls. We’re proud to support both our employees’ passions and the work of vital organizations. Even with the constraints of COVID-19, our staff and physicians found creative ways to safely improve lives.
We’ve volunteered at food pantries, collected for Hope Lodge, cleaned up parks, repaired homes and more.
During the holidays we “adopted” multiple families, veterans, teens, seniors and residential care facility guests.