Saint Luke's South Hospital

Address

12300 METCALF AVENUE, OVERLAND PARK, KS 66213 USA

Get Directions

Phone

(913) 317-7904
Access Patient Portal
12300 METCALF AVENUE, OVERLAND PARK, KS 66213 USA

Are you a current or past patient of
Saint Luke's South Hospital?

We may have a special offer for you!

Find Affordable

Health Insurance

Compare

Medicare Plans

Need your medical records from Saint Luke's South Hospital?

We can Help!

1Complete a simple secure form
2We contact healthcare providers at Saint Luke's South Hospital on your behalf
3Have The National Center for Medical Records send your records as directed by you.

Consumer feedback about Saint Luke's South Hospital

Saint Luke's South Hospital
Reviewed from Google

3 out of 5 stars

Brittney Diaz
Brittney Diaz

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

If I could give this hospital less than 1 star I would. The staff are redundant, they give you the run around about nothing. They don’t care if you’re in pain unless you’re old. I’ve been in the waiting room for over 4 hours and I still haven’t been seen. I will never go back here. I wouldn’t recommend this hospital to anyone especially if you’re in pain, they won’t help you.

Dillon Roark
Dillon Roark

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

My experience at the St Luke’s South emergency room wass like a Saturday Night Live Comedy Skit.
One day a spring broke on a storage unit door at Public Storage. We went to St Luke’s South.
They asked what happened. My wife told them. They asked her to leave the room so that I could tell them “what really happened”. I reapeated the truth. I had even signed paperwork at Public Storage about the incident. They suggested that I report my wife’s abuse to the police. That is they assumed that we lied and encouraged me to report their version of reality.
She came back in and asked them to numb my face before giving me stitches. They lied and accused her of threatening the doctor. They banned het for life, didn’t numb my face and left me with a scar.
They wrote up a false report about my wife and the substandard care. The only abuse was from the arrogant, incompetent, lying staff.

Kathy Wilson
Kathy Wilson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Valet service was wonderful. I took a very feeble 90-year-old to a doctor's appointment yesterday morning, and without Danny's help, it would have been very difficult to maneuver her into (and out of) the wheelchair. By watching him, I learned how to handle her mobility in the future. He went above and beyond ... even took us to the elevator and told us how to get to the doctor's office once we were on that floor. Kudos to Danny!

Stella Ayers
Stella Ayers

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I went to st. Luke’s south cuz I was not feeling well. Tightness in chest, feeling weak, light headed with a high blood pressure. I called my doctor she told me to go to ER. I heard from my nurse friends that st Luke’s is great with women health and any cardiovascular. I went... they checked me in. X-ray and EKG was normal, blood pressure went down a little, they let me go. No blood work nothing. The staff that I dealt with were not thoughtful at all. They did not seem like they care at all. They said ever is normal I am free to go no restrictions. I dress myself and left with no one saying a word. I left very disappointed and not cared for at all.
I went back to work still not feeling good. I pushed through! Hey the ER said I was fine cuz two test came back normal. By 5pm that same day I knew something was still not right. I called a nurse told them my symptoms and what happened at st. Luke’s ER. We decided I go to a different ER. By the time I got to that ER my blood pressure was 170. I was light headed etc.
That hospital kept me, started an IV cuz they could tell I was dehydrated. They stated the IV in ER before my room was ready. When I was discharged 2 days later I needed to be on blood pressure medicine to stabilize my blood pressure. And by the way, I never had blood pressure problems before this.
I am thankful for the 2nd hospital that took the time to get to why I was feeling so terrible.
The experience with st. Luke’s makes me sad and disappointed:(

Juli Maschler
Juli Maschler

1 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I was scheduled for knee surgery which I need badly. Got the call from surgery dept 8 days before to tell me what meds to stop. I stopped them. Then I rescheduled my life to get some relief from pain..got to the hospital, all gowned up bp taken set to go..and the anesetgiologist came in and said I couldn't have it because I didn't stop one of my meds soon enough. She was not friendly or seem like she cared and went on about her business...with her 10 dirty cloth bracelets on. The nurse that was with me was very kind and understanding..thank God. Someone obviously screwed up and it wasn't me.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!