July 19, 2023
OVERLAND PARK, KA — HCA Midwest Health, Kansas City’s healthcare leader, today announced that Kim King, MSHA, BS, RN, ACM-RN, has assumed the role of vice president of case management. King will have oversight responsibilities for HCA Midwest’s seven hospitals and other facilities and services throughout the region, including compliance with organizational policies and external regulatory agencies and ensuring continuity of care and optimal clinical resource utilization through the health system, among others.
King brings more than 30 years of nursing experience, including more than 15 years in case management. Her extensive case management leadership experience includes most recently as a system director with a large healthcare system. Regarded as an innovative, collaborative leader, she uses her expertise and strong analytical skills to achieve goals of high-quality, cost-effective care.
“It is my pleasure to welcome Kim to HCA Midwest Health,” said president and CEO Keith Zimmerman. Her commitment to patient care aligns with the goals of HCA Midwest Health and our facilities throughout the Kansas City area. Kim’s years of leadership and experience will be an asset to our mission, vision and values of exceptional patient care.”
“I’m excited to work with HCA Midwest Health, which is not only Kansas City’s healthcare leader, but is also a leader in providing patients with compassionate, high-quality care,” said King. “I look forward to collaborating with HCA and hospital leadership to ensure the best possible care is delivered and outcomes achieved for each patient, from the moment a patient is admitted to one of our facilities and transitioned to the appropriate care to the time of discharge.”
King earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Arts, a Master of Science in Health Services Administration and pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing Administration from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois, and an ASN through Carl Sandburg College. She also maintains professional affiliations with ACMA (American Case Management Association) and the Missouri Organization of Nurse Leaders.