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Wearing masks helps us keep each other safe. Masks are required in our facilities.

If you cannot wear a mask, contact your care team before you visit to discuss telehealth. Patients and visitors not wearing masks will not be permitted to enter.

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Visitor Information
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Visitor and Family Guide

At The University of Kansas Health System, we want to make sure our visitors and guests feel relaxed, informed and safe. This guide offers important information about our main campus. We hope you find it helpful during your visit.

Amenities on our main campus

  • ATMs are located near Bell Café and in the lobby of the Medical Pavilion.

  • Charging stands for electronic devices can be found in the main hospital, on the first floor inside the Center for Transplantation, heart center Levels 2 and 3 and Cambridge Tower A Levels 1, 3 and 5.

  • Wireless internet services are available throughout our main campus. Use the wireless connection labeled Internet.

  • Professional interpreters are available in person or over the phone to help patients who use sign language or speak a language other than English. Arrangements for this service may be made through nurses or physicians.

  • Machines are in the main hospital lobby.

  • Free notary services are available weekdays in Admissions (913-588-5807), off the main hospital's lobby, and in patient relations (913-588-1290), near the hospital's main entrance.

  • Our pharmacy locations fill prescriptions and offer over-the-counter medications. Be sure to fill your prescriptions before you leave.

    • Cambridge Tower A, Level 1
      • Weekdays: 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
      • Weekends: Closed
      • Holidays: Closed
    • Main hospital lobby
      • Weekdays: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
      • Weekends: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
      • Holidays: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (except Christmas and New Year's Day)
  • On our main campus, bathrooms are located on each floor of the main hospital, Center for Advanced Heart Care, Medical Pavilion and Cambridge Tower A. For the health of our patients, visitors should not use patient bathrooms.

No smoking in any health system facilities

Tobacco use on campus

State law prohibits smoking in any of our facilities, and tobacco use of any kind is not permitted inside our buildings, parking garages or on sidewalks surrounding our facilities. On our main campus, the only place tobacco use is allowed is behind P3. The area is marked with signs.

Spiritual care services

Spiritual care is available 24/7 for patients, families and staff. For religious service times, call 913-588-5000. To speak directly with spiritual care staff or a chaplain, call 913-945-7849.

  • Bell Sanctuary: Lobby of the main hospital
  • Honse Chapel: Level 1 of Cambridge Tower A

Educational resources

Learn about specific diseases and treatments at our educational centers. Resources include brochures, books, videos and internet access. Trained staff will answer questions and offer support.

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Photos of Love

Through a partnership with Photos of Love, children and adult patients who are experiencing or have experienced life-threatening illnesses can get free professional photos.
Remembrance through photos

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