Career Opportunities

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Kansas Heart Hospital provides a unique environment in which physicians and nurses can practice the best of medicine and patients receive the finest of care. A nurse. A medical technician. A therapist. From the greeting at admission to the discharge interview, everyone is here to serve the patient and their visitors. If this sounds like the place for you, please consider us for employment.

To submit your resume, please email it to or fax to (316) 630-5050.

Employee Benefits:
Kansas Heart Hospital offers a competitive compensation program that is commensurate with qualifications and experience and a friendly team environment.

Benefits Include (PRN positions are not eligible for benefits):

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Employee Basic Life and AD&D
  • Voluntary Life and AD&D
  • Short-term Disability
  • Long-term Disability
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Cancer Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Dependent Care FSA
  • Direct Deposit
  • Paid Time Off

KHH considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, age, disability, family medical history, or genetic information.

Employment is subject to satisfactory completion of a pre-employment drug screening program.

Available Positions

Care Coordinator[+]


  • To begin planning for a patient’s discharge upon admission via meeting with the patient, family and DPOA (if applicable) for healthcare matters throughout the hospitalization to determine the best plan for the patient upon discharge and aim to offer services that will help the patient become more independent, prevent relapse and promote long term health despite his/her illness.
  • Develop a comprehensive plan that addresses the patient’s continuing care plan after the patient leaves the hospital.
  • Work with the patient, professional staff, the patient’s family members, friends and community support people and determining if a DPOA for healthcare is available.
  • Provides support for patient during the discharge planning and discharge process
  • Perform psychological assessments when needed.
  • Refer patients and families to medical resources and provide patient and family assistance in obtaining financial and legal assistance.
  • Making the necessary arrangements in order for the patient’s discharge needs to be ultimately met.
  • Focusing on those patients with the greatest need, i.e. patients who are more than sixty-five years old and live independently, developmentally disabled, unemployed or no insurance, no recognizable residence or address, those who have attempted suicide, those who deal with readmissions within just thirty days, patients with no identification, those who suffer from multiple trauma and victims of violent crime.
  • Assures the patient and/or caregiver are prepared for discharge. Assuring they understand discharge medications, resources available after discharge and who to notify for various possible issues that may arise post discharge.


  • Education: RN – BSN preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate professionally, both verbally and in writing.
  • Well-organized, managing facts such as insurance-policy coverage for each patient, home living situation, financial resources, etc. Ability to coordinate care among physicians, therapy, nursing, radiology, nutrition, etc. via facilitating care conferences as needed.
  • Good time-management skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of patient matters.
  • Understanding of State and Federal rules and regulations; as well as the Conditions of Participation as they pertain to patient discharge, return to home planning and patient advocacy – preferred.


  • Performing an initial admission screening to begin identifying which patients require the most help upon discharge.
  • Assess patient resources including financial, family support, transportation, emotional and physical needs. Link patients and their family members/care giver with vital resources that are outside of the present healthcare setting as a means of offering follow-up healthcare services.
  • Provide Medicaid application as appropriate (or other financial assistance resources)
  • Arrange for DME as needed.
  • Determine homes accessibility based on the patient’s needs.
  • Provide list of personal care options, home health agencies, skilled nursing facilities, long term care facilities as needed allowing the patient to choose which agency will provide services.
  • Arrange for outpatient rehabilitation therapies, if applicable.
  • Address follow up appointments, prescriptions, medical professional contact information as identified on the discharge summary.
  • Assists patients and families in finding and arranging services such as in home care, nursing home care and counseling.
  • Develop a comprehensive discharge plan including where the patient is going, how he/she will get there and who he/she will see in the next phase of their treatment.
  • Review and discuss the plan with the patient, their family, friends and professional staff to ensure everyone understands and agrees to follow the plan.
  • Upon discharge, remain available to answer any questions or provide new referrals if necessary.
  • Reporting and follow up for victims suspected of being abused, taking legal action to protect a patient after consultation with Administration.
  • Serves as a voice/advocate for patients who have communication barriers or cultural differences to improve communication.
  • Involve other professionals that offer patient care services to be involved in implementing the discharge plan when appropriate. This may include physical and occupational therapy, utilization review, case management, speech therapy, respiratory therapy and nursing.
  • Utilize a checklist when developing the most effective and suitable discharge plan for individual patients. Document discharge assessment, plan and services on the patient’s permanent record.
  • Educating the patient and/or their caregiver on discharge plan including medications, services and resources as applicable.
  • Rounding on patients daily as time permits
  • Discharge calls to patients to follow up on questions or concerns.

Clinical Applications Specialist[+]

Purpose/Scope of Position: The Clinical Application Specialist serves as the primary Clinical Information Resource in the documentation, implementation,
design, build, and maintenance of KHH’s electronic health record and associated processes. Involves coordination with all disciplines involved with direct patient care as well as any departmental process utilization of the medical record.

Responsible for managing governance and decision-making processes across a broad spectrum of constituent interests, aligning Information System activities with physician services strategy. Responsible for the adoption of new software and serves as the subject matter expert within those projects with respect to product features/capabilities and future-state workflows. Leads workflow redesign and implementation roll-out efforts within the department and leverages knowledge of clinical workflow to guide process, policy and procedure changes necessary to fully realize benefits of major investment in new suite of software supporting medical care, core clinical care, ancillary care, and business office applications.

Responsible for completion of projects encompassing profound fundamental change to clinical processes. Leverages knowledge of and experience within healthcare setting to resolve complex issues. Additional responsibilities may include developing and refining strategies and tactical plans to align programs with overall hospital strategy in a dynamic business climate, managing prioritization and decision-making processes at the executive level, reviewing internal training curriculum and materials, developing clinical/business workflow testing scenarios, and communicating program / project goals and impact to various clinical constituencies within the hospital community.

Job Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Works with hospital administration, physicians, department managers, IT Department staff, and any other project members to assist with the development of, implementation, and maintenance of the EHR.
  • Responsible for coordinating between Physicians, Nursing, Information Services, and Business Office Personnel all aspects of clinical information systems to assure that existing and future clinical information systems facilitate clinical practice and delivery of patient care.
  • Facilitates and oversees project & program implementation to verify Electronic Health Record meets conditions set forth by legal criteria and practice standards.
  • Assists with the changes in workflow process that will need to be made with the system changes and provides educational opportunities related to specific processes.
  • Responsible for development, scheduling, delivery, and evaluation of clinical systems educational programs and services.
  • Leads Information Systems projects to support new and installed clinical systems at the hospital.
  • Responsibilities include: planning, design, testing, documentation, training, implementation, and ongoing support activities.
  • Additional responsibilities include working with management and staff to define problems and devise solutions, perform work-flow analysis and process redesign, engage in quality control, and facilitate change management.
  • Development of improved tools for clinical review staff for use in determinations as complexity surrounding local plan medical policy and CMS specific policies change.
  • Direct involvement with developing clinical and hospital operation practice standards related to electronic documentation and utilization of EHR.
  • Assist I.T. Department with program set up, security details, program maintenance, & project development as warranted.
  • Provides first line support for facility users of clinical applications and workflow changes.
  • Coordinates staff education of Clinical Information systems.
  • Collaborates with end-users to help define health care information problems and identifying solutions.
  • Participates in facility wide process improvement related to clinical information systems.
  • Involvement with vendor transactions relating to equipment/processes that affect clinical informatics processes.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, presentations and analytical skills are absolutely required
  • The ability to interface effectively with all hospital departments
  • Must be comfortable utilizing MS Office suite.
  • Preferred experience with Paragon, McKesson, and Horizon Patient Folder Software.
  • Working knowledge of the relationship between quality improvement and process/policy documentation.
  • Broad exposure to a variety of clinical departments and patient care systems
  • Strong problem and issue resolution experience
  • Ability to be involved in multiple projects at the same time
  • Good organizational skills, be able to prioritize multiple activities and objectives in a rapidly changing environment, and deliver quality service
  • Ability to articulate technical and user needs in a concise manner easily understood by all.
  • RN required and BSN or MSN preferred.

RN – Telemetry – ICU[+]

Our nursing staff is composed of all registered nurses (RN). Kansas Heart Hospital sets itself apart by embracing fixed nursing ratios as follows: one nurse to two patients in ICU; one nurse to three patients in the outpatient, one day care intermediate area; and one nurse to four patients on the telemetry, general medical floor. These ratios are twice as good as the current “accepted standard.”

If you are interested in applying for a Registered Nurse position, please forward your resume to Your resume will be forwarded to the Nurse Managers to review against any current openings. Our managers will refer to these resumes first when RN positions become available.

Registered Nurses[+]

Our nursing staff is composed of all registered nurses (RN).  Kansas Heart Hospital sets itself apart by embracing fixed nursing ratios as follows: one nurse to two patients in ICU; one nurse to three patients in the outpatient, one day care intermediate area; and one nurse to four patients on the telemetry, general medical floor.  These ratios are twice as good as the current “accepted standard.”

If you are interested in applying for a Registered Nurse position, please forward your resume to  Your resume will be forwarded to the Nurse Managers to review against any current openings.  Our managers will refer to these resumes first when RN positions become available.