Help us save even more lives in the new Cambridge Tower A

While the exterior of Cambridge Tower A is complete, the care delivered within its walls has just begun. Though hundreds of patients have already received lifesaving surgery and treatment on the building’s lower levels, construction continues on the floors above.

When fully finished, capacity at Cambridge Tower A will increase from 92 beds to 220.

With your support, we can obtain more advanced technology, add services and programs, and continue to expand the power of academic medicine to benefit even more patients. As an independent, not-for-profit health system, we do not receive state or local funding. We depend on the help of friends and supporters like you to keep advancing our care to the next level.

Your gift will help us provide the very best care to more patients and families today – and for generations to come.

NURSE NAVIGATION CHALLENGE

 

Right now, Hailee Bland-Walsh, Kelsey Perry and Spencer Walsh, together with their families, have challenged The University of Kansas Health System to raise funds for Nurse Navigation. They will match all gifts, dollar for dollar, up to $300,000. Their challenge represents an opportunity to double the impact of your gift. Give today.

Transformative Gift

 


In the largest gift ever given to The University of Kansas Health System, The Sunderland Foundation has announced an unprecedented $66 million gift to the Campaign for Cambridge Tower A. Read more

 

News



For the ninth consecutive year, The University of Kansas Hospital is the “Best Hospital in Kansas City” according to U.S. News & World Report. It is also the “Best Hospital in Kansas” for the seventh time. Read more.

 

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