Advancement and Education

Advancement and education at North Kansas City Hospital It makes a difference when you are supported and engaged throughout your career. You feel empowered whether you are completing regular assignments or assisting with a groundbreaking procedure. When you are nurtured professionally, you develop new skills, rise above unique challenges and feel like an integral part of your team. North Kansas City Hospital knows this.

Continuing Medical Education

We have made it our mission to create a work environment that fosters collaboration, growth, innovation and respect. We want employees to participate in conversations. We want to know what they think, and we want them to take the initiative when it comes to improving processes and ensuring that North Kansas City Hospital continues to provide the best care in the region. To make sure our employees are always ready to advance, we provide continuing education on a regular basis. We’re accredited by the Missouri State Medical Association to sponsor continuing medical education (CME). The hospital-based CME program was established to better maintain the highest quality patient care possible.

Clinical Laboratory Science Program

North Kansas City Hospital has an onsite School of Clinical Laboratory Science. If you are looking to prepare for opportunities in this exciting field, this 47-week clinical training program consists of rotations through clinical departments emphasizing immunohematology, chemistry, microbiology, hematology, immunology, urinalysis and phlebotomy. Upon program completion, students are eligible to take the national registry exam to become registered clinical/medical laboratory scientists.

Find an exceptional career opportunity in a place where you can grow. Search open positions at North Kansas City Hospital today.

Becca Registered Nurse Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

“I started at NKCH as a volunteer when I was 15 and have been with NKCH more than half my life. The hospital helped me pay for nursing school through its financial assistance program. After I graduated, I was hired into the Critical Care Transition program. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to work in several different areas over the years, and I have come to appreciate how NKCH maintains the feel of a community hospital feel despite its growth.”

Registered Nurse
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit