Healthcare that cares

Topeka is home to world-class healthcare and specialty care for people of all ability levels.

Stormont-Vail Health

Stormont-Vail Health is a level II trauma center and 586 bed hospital with a large network of clinical providers and specialists. As part of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, Stormont-Vail physicians can consult with doctors at the Mayo Clinic. Stormont-Vail earned Magnet recognition for excellence in nursing three years in a row, a designation received by less than 3% of hospitals.

University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus

St. Francis joined the KU Med network in 2016 after more than 100 years of care in Topeka. As part of The University of Kansas Health System, the hospital continues delivering world-class, compassionate care with 376 beds. The KU Health System is known for its medical and surgical advancements, quality of care, research, and expansive provider network. St. Francis holds numerous advanced certifications and accreditations.

Capper Foundation

For more than 100 years, the Capper Foundation has offered life-enhancing programs and services to individuals with disabilities. Programs include pediatric therapies, adult employment programming, and development for families and professionals. Capper Foundation helps individuals with disabilities thrive and enhances their development toward independence.


TARC serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through employment services, day services, assistive technology, and children’s services. TARC Industries is a non-profit production facility that provides employment opportunities and work-related experiences for persons with developmental disabilities.

Colmery-O'Neil VA Medical Center

The Colmery-O’Neil VA Medical Center serves our country’s veterans with word-class mental and behavioral health treatment, primary care, sleep health, specialty care, and more. The facility is part of the VA Eastern Kansas Health Care System, which staffs nearly 2000 full time employees providing care to approximately 41,500 veteran patients.