Aboutstarted in February 1999

In February 1999, the Missouri Hospital Association and the Kansas Hospital Association formed an integrated limited liability company called The Health Alliance of MidAmerica. The Alliance enables health care-related organizations to strengthen efforts in the areas of policy development and federal representation and advocacy. In March 2000, the Midwest Transplant Network in Kansas City and Mid-America Transplant Services in St. Louis became affiliates of The Health Alliance of MidAmerica.

Vision: An environment in which health care organizations fulfill their missions.

Mission: To deliver superior service and value to affiliated health associations and their members.

Values: The values of The Alliance are founded on the principles of leadership, communication and member involvement.

Commitments:

  • The Alliance partners are dedicated to a lasting and productive relationship.
  • The Alliance recognizes the unique qualities of its partners and respects their cultural differences.
  • The Alliance is committed to superior performance.
  • The Alliance will use its resources creatively to maximize the opportunity for new and expanded programs and services.
  • The Alliance strives to exceed the expectations of its partners and their constituencies.

Members

The Missouri Hospital Association (Jefferson City, Missouri) is a not-for-profit membership association, that represents hospitals and health systems in Missouri. In addition to representation and advocacy on behalf of its membership, the association offers continuing education programs on current health care topics and seeks to educate the public, as well as legislative representatives, about health care issues.

The Kansas Hospital Association (Topeka, Kansas) is a Kansas association of health related organizations cooperating to improve health in the state through community-based health and hospital services, KHA's mission is to provide leadership in the delivery of health and human services.

Mid-America Transplant Services is a community based not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of human life. MTS coordinates the procurement of vital organs, tissues and eyes in hospitals throughout eastern and southern Missouri, southern Illinois and eastern Arkansas.

The Midwest Transplant Network provides quality transplantation-related services that maximize the availability of organs and tissues to the communities throughout Kansas and the western two-thirds of Missouri.

Contact

The Health Alliance of MidAmerica
7015 College Blvd., Suite 150
Overland Park, KS 66211-1579
Phone: 913/327-7200
Fax: 913/327-7210
Contact: mdunaway@mail.mhanet.com

Directions The new offices of The Health Alliance of MidAmerica are located near the intersection of Metcalf Avenue and College Boulevard (just south of I-435 and Metcalf) in Overland Park, Kansas. From I-435, you can take either the Metcalf or the Nall exit.

Metcalf Exit

Travel south on Metcalf to College Boulevard (second light). Turn east (left) on to College Blvd. At the next light, turn south (right) on Glenwood. Travel past the Van Eyck Building to 112th Street. Turn right on 112th into the office complex. At the small "del Sarto" sign, turn into the building area, go up the ramp and use this parking lot (which is at the rear of the building). Suite 150 will be on your immediate right as you enter the building.

Nall Exit

Travel south on Nall to College Boulevard (third light). Turn west (right) on to College Boulevard. Travel approximately .7 mile to Glenwood. At the light, turn south (left) on Glenwood. Travel past the Van Eyck Building to 112th Street. Turn right on 112th into the office complex. At the small "del Sarto" sign, turn into the building area, go up the ramp and use this parking lot (which is at the rear of the building). Suite 150 will be on your immediate right as you enter the building.