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I do not know that hospitals just post their licenses as I believe they get approved to provide different types of care. Below is the list of general, specialty hospitals etc. for Kansas. This gives core information about the regulated hospitals. If there is a question that is not answered, call the the Department of Health and Environment.
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Whether a hospital is government owned or not should make no difference in terms of accreditation and licensure if it is required. Call the Dept. at the number I gave you and they should be able to provide the information you need.
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