Employee of the Quarter


St. Luke Hospital & Living Center, Marion County Home Care and St. Luke Medical Clinic recognize and emphasize employee commitment to quality service in caring for patients, residents, clients, families, visitors, physicians and other employees. Therefore, the organization extends formal recognition to employees, on a quarterly basis for their commitment to excellence.

Outstanding Employee for St. Luke Hospital is Alex Brooks!


""I nominate Alex Brooks for the outstanding employee because he always encourages a positive atmosphere, is very enthusiastic with patient care, is helpful to all employees, always holds patient care to a high standard, communicates well with everyone - patients, staff and community members."

I started working for St. Luke Hospital via RehabVisions almost 5 years ago. I currently service as the Rehab Director and am blessed to work with a group of highly skilled motivated therapists. What I like best about my job are the interpersonal connections I have made with staff and patients. St. Luke Hospital provides an atmosphere of independent thought, hard work, and high quality care with a small town feel. I enjoy working with patients with a variety of diagnosis. My passion is helping people reach their goals and assisting them in obtaining a higher quality of life. Living in a world of constant uncertainty, the one guarantee is that you will be treated with the highest quality of care here at St. Luke Hospital.

When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my wife and 3 children. We enjoy playing sports, watching movies, and just spending time together. I also value physical fitness and work out often to maintain my health. I am currently a Medical Platoon Leader with the Kansas Army National Guard, a position that requires a large chunk of my time away from work. Since day one, I have felt like I made a great career choice by taking this position at St. Luke Hospital.
Words by Alex



St. Luke would like to thank Alex Brooks for his commitment and dedication!