10 Things to Know About University of Kansas Hospital

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The University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, Kan., is an academic medical center affiliated with the University of Kansas School of Medicine.

Here are 10 things to know about University of Kansas Hospital.

1. The CEO is Bob Page.

2. Bill Marting serves as the CFO.

3. University of Kansas Hospital has 628 staffed beds.

4. The hospital employs 3,913 people, according to the American Hospital Directory.

5. University of Kansas recorded $2.5 billion in gross charges and a net income of $67.1 million last year, as reported by the American Hospital Directory.

6. The hospital performed 11,700 inpatient surgeries, 14,900 outpatient surgeries and 1,200 births last year. The ER treated 38,700 people, and there were 24,703 patients discharged from the hospital.

7. U.S. News & World Report ranked University of Kansas Hospital in 10 specialties on its Best Hospitals list for 2012-2013.

8. In 1906, Dr. Simeon Bell donated land and money totaling to more than $100,000 to establish the original hospital, named Eleanor Taylor Bell Hospital, in honor of his wife.  

9. University of Kansas Hospital earned the American Nurses Association's 2010 Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality for academic medical centers. The hospital was ranked first out if 1,700 academic medical centers worldwide in the category.

10. The hospital is the official healthcare provider of Kansas Speedway, the region's NASCAR facility.

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