Bishop Spencer PlaceLocated near the Country Club Plaza, Bishop Spencer Place is a distinguished retirement community with easy access to culture, cuisine, and adventure.
Pursue Your Passions

Opportunity. Independence. Friendships. Health and wellness. Choices. All this and more is yours at Saint Luke's Bishop Spencer Place of Kansas City.

Life at Bishop Spencer Place

It’s the Start of a New Day – the Possibilities are Endless

Imagine your ideal day. Five-star dining with first-class culinary service. More time to spend pursuing your passions – and taking up new ones. Opportunities for lifelong learning, volunteering and lively camaraderie. There’s something for everyone at Bishop Spencer Place.

This is how a typical day looks at Bishop Spencer Place:

How did you spend your day?

At Bishop Spencer Place, a thriving community, our residents are energized by countless recreational and cultural activities and conveniences, both on site and within the surrounding neighborhoods.

No matter where you live on campus – independent living, assisted living or skilled nursing and rehab – you can be sure programs, events, classes, and other wide-ranging opportunities for a fulfilling lifestyle will always be available to you.

Meet our Resident Life Team

LifeEnrichmentStaffPhotoSelect(retouched)Back row (left to right): Jo Hendrix & Stephanie Harriman
Front row (left to right): Lauren Buser & Cindy Richter

Jo Hendrix

Jo Hendrix, Life Enrichment Director for Independent Living, has been with Bishop Spencer Place since September 2009. “There are so many things I love about my job. I really enjoy working with the residents and getting to know them. They are all so fascinating! I love that I have the opportunity to positively impact their lives on a daily basis. I want to make Bishop Spencer Place more than just a place to live, but a home where they can have a great life,” says Jo.



Cindy-RichterCindy Richter, Program Coordinator for York Place Skilled Nursing and Rehab, has been with Bishop Spencer Place since October 1996. “What I like most about my job is the environment I work in and the relationships I build with the residents in York Place. I love putting a smile on their faces,” says Cindy.




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