Nurses at The University of Kansas Health System are an integral part of medical breakthroughs and complex care. Our nurses work in an environment of respect, professionalism and teamwork. They perform at the leading edge of their specialties and handle complex cases that many hospitals rarely see. Patients count on our nurses to deliver specialized care and services unavailable anywhere else in the region.
If you are among the best in your nursing specialty and passionately committed to providing the best care for patients, we would like you to consider becoming part of our team.
Nurses are key to providing the very best care for patients in our hospitals. They are an integral part of the care team, respected for their knowledge and expertise. Our nurses are leaders and decision makers. They are trusted partners who work closely with physicians to provide the best care and the most advanced treatments. Learn more about our nursing opportunities in advanced medicine.
Ambulatory clinic care
Nurses in our ambulatory clinics care for patients in several specialty outpatient clinics. We have locations throughout the greater Kansas City metro area covering many clinical specialties. Ambulatory LPNs and RNs can find a location, a specialty and a schedule that is perfect for them. As a professional clinic nurse, you will establish ongoing relationships with patients while providing the best ambulatory care available in the region.
Professional identity statement for nurses
At The University of Kansas Health System, we strive to create a dynamic culture of professional behavior that requires personal and team accountability, self-reflection, integrity and respect. A nurse at The University of Kansas Health System has a professional obligation to provide the highest quality of care that is reflective of our culture and to adhere to organizational policies and best practices. This culture is actualized through image, attitude and behavior.
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.