At the University of Kansas Hospital System – St. Francis Campus, we promise state-of-the-art care for the heart of our community. We know that about half of all deaths in America are attributed to heart disease, which includes heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure and other heart-related illnesses. More than 60 million Americans have some form of these potentially lethal diseases.
The board-certified providers and experts at our St. Francis campus are each dedicated to the prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of heart and blood vessel disease. We believe in treatment, education, and rehabilitation for every patient. That’s why we offer a full range of heart and vascular care services for patients in northeast Kansas, from sophisticated screening and diagnostic tests to advanced medical treatment using the latest in technology and equipment. Our St. Francis campus features full-service catheterization labs, accredited cardiac and vascular imaging, vein clinic, and a dedicated Women’s Heart Clinic.
St. Francis was the first hospital in Topeka to have an accredited chest pain center, which means that we meet or exceed national standards in cardiac care. The University of Kansas Health System – St. Francis Campus is proud to continue a legacy of quality. We offer patients experience they can trust.
For every heart in our community, the future of healthcare is here.