Today, Saint Luke’s Health System announces its “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” designation from the Human Rights Campaign Found

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Every 15 seconds someone experiences a traumatic brain injury. A concussion is considered a mild traumatic brain injury.

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Don Sipes, FACHE, Vice President, Regional Services, Saint Luke’s Health System, was recently honored during a Hedrick Medical Center

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"It’s been starting to get more prominent lately,” Vicky Raynor, APRN, said—and unfortunately she’s talking about the flu.

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Saint Luke’s No One Dies Alone (NODA) program gives support to people in the final hours who many not have family or friends to be by

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Today, Saint Luke’s Health System announces its “Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality” designation from the Human Rights Campaign Found

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Don Sipes, FACHE, Vice President, Regional Services, Saint Luke’s Health System, was recently honored during a Hedrick Medical Center

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Anderson County Hospital Specialty Clinic Services is pleased to announce Christopher Bagby, M.D., a board c

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Saint Luke’s Health System of Kansas City announced today it has finalized an affiliation agreement with Bishop Spencer Place (BSP), o

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The March of Dimes recently recognized Hedrick Medical Center employee Shelby Harmon, BSN, RN, house supervisor, with the March of Dim

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Sofie Sneed doesn’t know it yet, but the moment her mom delivered her on June 15, 2009, she did the world a good deed. The cells in the umbilical cord that was her lifeline for nine months became a potential lifesaver for someone else.

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Jim Atwater will tell you that it’s nearly impossible to learn to play music when you can’t hear.

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Light filters through decorative glass bottles and casts pools of color on stacks of books, past issues of the Smithsonian and New Yorker magazines, and programs from operas, plays, and concerts. The Brookside home of Rosemary Iwersen reflects the many interests of the 86- year-old woman.

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For Christmas a couple of years ago, Lewis Merrill got a surprise gift from someone he’d never met. Although it was unexpected, he had wished for it and hoped for it for three years. That’s how long he’d been on dialysis. Merrill’s Christmas present was a new kidney.

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When it comes to local politics, Phillip Duncan knows how to win hearts. The former Belton Chamber and Cass County League of Cities president, Duncan ran his successful Belton, Mo., mayoral campaign in the late 1990s by passing out combs with the slogan, “Combing for votes.” This despite the fact he hadn’t much needed a comb for years.

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Every 15 seconds someone experiences a traumatic brain injury. A concussion is considered a mild traumatic brain injury.

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"It’s been starting to get more prominent lately,” Vicky Raynor, APRN, said—and unfortunately she’s talking about the flu.

Read more »

Saint Luke’s No One Dies Alone (NODA) program gives support to people in the final hours who many not have family or friends to be by

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New research shows plaque buildup in the arteries of people between ages 32 and 46 can signal increased heart attack risk.

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The numbers are staggering. One in three Americans will die from heart attack, stroke or cardiovascular disease each year.

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