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Saint Luke's recently launched the

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A new robot is helping patients at Saint Luke's learn to walk again.

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Saint Luke’s Health System, in conjunction with Mosaic Life Care, announced it will assume ownership of six Mosaic Life Care clinics i

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Strokes can leave patients immobile and Sain

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Saint Luke's transplant surgeons, Dr. Lee Cummings and Dr.

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Plans for the 5th annual Wright Run 5k/10k have been announced by the Wright Memorial Hospital Foundation in Trenton. The 201

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On September 1, Wright Memorial Hospital will launch an inpatient hospitalist program.

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Wright Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome general surgeon, Andrew Johnson, M.D., to the medical team. Dr.

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​Hedrick Medical Center is pleased to welcome general surgeon, Andrew Johnson, M.D., to the medical team. Dr.

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A $2000 contribution for the purchase Hawk Grips for the Wright Memorial Hospital physical therapy department was approved by the WMH

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Paul Gagne was running out of options. By August 2010, the once-active construction contractor had become so weak, he couldn’t shuffle the 20-or-so paces from his recliner to the kitchen of his Grandview, Mo., home without stopping. He napped constantly.

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Six words changed Ben Meseke’s life.

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She heard the crash and knew something was wrong. It was shortly after 1 a.m. when Karin Ybarra woke to find her husband lying on the bathroom floor. The torn shower curtain betrayed his failed struggle to pull himself up.

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Saint Luke’s cardiac transplant program, the only one of its kind in the region, has joined an exclusive list as one of 27 hospitals nationwide to record 500 adult heart transplants. Michael Lynch, a 50-year-old father of four from Kansas City, Kan., received his new heart on June 15 at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute.

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Professional athletes and musicians have something in common: They both live to play. And something else: The wrong injury means they never will again. That's what happened—almost—to Linda Thomssen, a violinist with the Kansas City Symphony for 27 seasons. Not once, not twice, but three times.

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Crittenton Children's Center is changing the way we think about and react to children who are victims of chi

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Health system cites violation of Missouri’s "Prompt Pay" statute related to unpaid claims for mental health care services for children

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By now we all know that indoor tanning increases your risk for skin cancer but a recent report by JAMA Pediatrics reveals it

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