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HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS IN KANSAS |  2003 - 2012

Hospitals demonstrated an increase in the number of hospital personnel in Kansas over the last two years.Kansas hospitals will need more qualified staff in coming years as the need for health care services continues to rise.Thirty-two percent of the total staff in hospitals is made up of registered nurses and licensed practical nurses.

 Health Pros 20032012

SOURCE: Kansas Hospital Association, American Hospital Association Annual Survey, 2012

 HEALTH CARE VACANCY AND TURNOVER RATES |  2012

Hospitals in Kansas and across the country continued to experience some areas of workforce shortages in 2012, but actual vacancies and the vacancy rates for most professions have decreased in recent years. Voluntary turnover represents employee initiated separation, such as moving on to another employment opportunity.  

HC Vacancy Turnover CY12

 SOURCE: Kansas Hospital Association Workforce Survey, CY2012

 

FTE VACANCY FOR SELECT HIGH DEMAND POSITIONS2012

The five selected positions depicted below are in high demand across Kansas. .

 

SOURCE: Kansas Hospital Association, Annual Workforce Survey, 2012

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