In 2013, Children’s Mercy Hospital was one of only two in Missouri that had all the policies in place needed to qualify as a “leader hospital,” according to the Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group. Now the number is up to 19, and includes St. Luke’s Hospital and Research Medical Center.
In 2013, Children’s Mercy Hospital was one of only two in Missouri that had all the policies in place needed to qualify as a “leader hospital,” according to the Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group. Now the number is up to 19, and includes St. Luke’s Hospital and Research Medical Center. File photo
In 2013, Children’s Mercy Hospital was one of only two in Missouri that had all the policies in place needed to qualify as a “leader hospital,” according to the Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group. Now the number is up to 19, and includes St. Luke’s Hospital and Research Medical Center. File photo

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