Have you checked out their web sites? I know they are PR focused. Don't know if you will find what you want.
A bit of background about the Wichita hospitals (if you don't already know)...
Via Christi has 3 campuses - St Francis, St Joseph and Riverside. Also within in the Via Christ 'umbrella' are several primary care clinics, a rehab facility - Our Lady of Lourds and inpatient psych services - Good Shephard. Via Christi is also the location were the University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita Campus does their trauma residency (among others) rotation.
* St Francis (~450 beds) houses the Level I Trauma Center, a PICU, Surgical/Trauma ICU, Regional Burn Center, MICU, CCU, CVICU and Neuro Critical Care. Within their walls, they also house Select Speciality Hospital and an inpatient hospice (both on their own payrolls).
* St Joseph (~250 beds) houses the L&D, a Level III NICU (peds is at St Francis), SICU and MICU/CCU. They also have an inpatient geri-psych and do psych intake assessments for Good Shepard. They are not a Trauma Center of any level.
* Riverside was just recently converted to ambulatory/day surgery. They have no ER or ICU facilities.
The Wesley 'umbrella' has several primary care clinics and a rehab facility. All the specialities are housed under one roof. They are also a Level I Trauma Center and have a Level III NICU. They also have the area's hyperbaric therapy chamber(s). Select Speciality Hospital also has a facility housed as Wesley.
If you talk to a variety of the population in and around Wichita, you will find people who are staunchly Via-Christi and people who are staunchly Wesley. Both are good places for clinical experience.
Via-Christi Regional Medical Center, St Francis
Neuro Critical Care Unit