​​Expected to be completed early November, Cambridge Tower A will maximize the hospital’s ability and capacity for lifesaving and complex procedures by 20 percent, or 7,000 additional patients each year! 

 Discover why Cambridge North Tower is so vital to Kansas City from our patients, donors and healthcare professionals. 

  Opening of Cambridge Tower A

Over the past five years, the hospital has seen nearly a 30 percent increase in patient volumes, with more than one-quarter of patients coming from outside the region.

“The University of Kansas Hospital is performing miracles that can’t be done in very many places in the United States or even the world” Joel Cerwick, charitable giver 

The University of Kansas Hospital is frequently at full capacity, with overall growth forecasted to increase another 32 percent in the next three years. 

 Growth 

The Cambridge Tower A will expand access to healthcare in the region and be home to highly specialized surgical services for:

  • Medical oncology
  • Surgical oncology
  • ​Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat)

  Future Outlook

 Expanded Services

The Cambridge Tower A will add:

  • 124 beds
  • 28 intensive care beds
  • 96 acute beds
  • 11 operating rooms
  • 500,000 total square feet
  • 100 physicians on staff
  • 600 healthcare jobs