Published on October 28, 2015

North Kansas City Hospital Focuses on Prevention and Early Detection with Men’s Health Day


Procrastination is one of the biggest health threats to men. North Kansas City Hospital’s Men’s Health Day offers six prevention and early detection health screenings (a $200 value). Participants can review their results with on-site doctors. Doctors and healthcare professionals will also discuss potential health concerns such as age-appropriate nutrition, foot and ankle conditions sleep issues, gastrointestinal issues and heart health.


Saturday, Nov. 7, 7:30–11 a.m.


Men over 40


North Kansas City Hospital
1st Floor Pavilion
2800 Clay Edwards Drive
North Kansas City, MO 64116


Register online or call 816-691-1690.
Registration is required and space is limited.
$20 per person (a $200 value)

About North Kansas City Hospital

For more than half a century, North Kansas City Hospital has been the Northland’s preferred healthcare provider. NKCH is an acute-care facility with 451 licensed beds and 550 physicians representing 49 medical specialties. From a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, to award-winning cardiovascular and orthopedic programs, to home health and hospice, NKCH provides a lifetime of care.

NKCH offers advanced treatment options, including world class cancer care through a partnership with the region’s only National Cancer Institute-designated program.

Through its Meritas Health subsidiary, North Kansas City Hospital offers a premier network of healthcare experts who provide patient care services for all aspects of life, including pregnancy and childbirth, pediatric and primary care, specialty and surgical care, and occupational and rehabilitation medicine.

The hospital’s mission, vision and values reflect a strong commitment to the health and well-being of the Northland community and beyond. Last year, NKCH sponsored 50 charitable and community organizations and served more than 17,000 people through its dynamic Community Health & Wellness programs. And, it recently became the first hospital in Kansas City to offer zero-percent financing options to help patients manage their medical expenses.