Great Travel Opportunity in Wichita, KS
Founded in 1912, this acute-care center is licensed for 760 beds and 102 bassinets. It is accredited by the Joint Commission and provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services for patients throughout Kansas and northern Oklahoma.
Visit the largest city in Kansas and you’ll be amazed by the combination of rugged ranching history and sophisticated culture. Wichita was a crucial pit stop for cattle drivers in the 1800s, earning it the nickname “Cowtown.” Today, it is the region’s cultural center and is home to renowned art museums, theaters and the Wichita Symphony Orchestra.