Major League Team Gets Major League Care
The Royals training staff and our Sports Medicine and Performance Center team work side by side during spring training, throughout the season at the ballpark and at our clinic next to Kauffman Stadium. Together, we cover all the bases to keep the boys in blue healthy and on the field. We also help keep fans healthy, stafing the first-aid stations during home games at The K. And we play a role in the ball club’s health awareness days, highlighting important topics like cancer awareness and stroke prevention.
The University of Kansas Health System has been the official healthcare provider of the Kansas City Royals since 2011
“We are proud of the work we have done and the confidence the Kansas City Royals have shown in us the past five years. Dayton Moore, Nick Kenney and the management of the club have always made the health and safety of their athletes a number one priority. We are honored they have asked The University of Kansas Hospital to continue to provide medical care, not only to the big league club, but the entire organization. We look forward to our continued partnership serving the healthcare needs of the Royals community,” said Bob Page, president and chief executive officer of The University of Kansas Hospital.
“We couldn’t be happier with this partnership,” said Royals Senior Vice President-Baseball Operations and General Manager Dayton Moore. “We’ve experienced success on and off the field as this relationship has grown over the years – in no small part to The University of Kansas Hospital’s commitment to our players and the rest of the Royals family. The hospital’s desire to be a real partner in medical care fits our vision for fostering a quality environment in the organization.”