Kansas City is counting on University Health, now more than ever.
close to half of Jackson County's babies each year are born at University Health. 80% of those babies are born into poverty.
555 medical residents
are trained and 3,800 medical and support staff are employed each year.
No.1 regional leader
in high-risk pregnancies and Level Ill Neonatal Intensive Care is UH.
95% of physicians
UH has faculty appointments at UMKC's Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Nursing. University Health attracts some of the region's – and the nation's – top doctors
2,070 people daily
will walk through UH's doors seeking essential medical and behavioral health care. Your support is vital, and every gift helps save and change lives.
360,000 women, men and children
... that's how many individual lives University Healthtouches every year. We're the one health system Kansas City can't live without.
It adds up:
and more is provided by Truman in uncompensated at-cost medical care each year for our residents–more than any other health system in Greater KC.
When Bridget discovered that the twins she was carrying had developed TTTS – Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome – she knew she needed more help than her hospital could provide. She entrusted her care to the integrated Maternal Fetal Health team at University Health and Children’s Mercy Hospital. Each year, hundreds of the highest-risk cases are referred to and delivered at UH. The decision saved Bridget’s life… and the life of her twins. This is their story…