Expanding access to healthcare in Kansas City

Artist's rendering of the future Cambridge North Tower at The University of Kansas Hospital.

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Cambridge Tower A

Building the future of academic medicine today

The University of Kansas Hospital is building an additional hospital tower north of the main campus. Cambridge Tower A will expand access to healthcare in Kansas City and be home to highly specialized surgical services for oncology, neurosciences and otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat). The tower is expected to be completed in late 2017. Cambridge Tower A will add:

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

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Check in for hourly photos of the construction site for the new Cambridge Tower A. The tower will be connected to the main hospital building by an enclosed walkway bridge over 39th street.