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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Co-founder of Saint Luke’s Plastic Surgery Specialists, Spencer L. Eagan, has officially joined the Anderson County Hospital Specialty Clinic and will begin seeing patients December 1, 2016.

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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Hedrick Medical Center Emergency Department and the Chillicothe Fire Department are once again partnering together to help breast canc

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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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Joel DeBoer could have been a model for a fitness ad. The tall, slender 46-year-old was an active father of three teenagers.

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When clots block your heart arteries, you have a heart attack.

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When Paul McKenzie came to the Saint Luke's Hospital Emergency Department he couldn't speak because he was having a stroke and doctors

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For decades, Linda was a yo-yo. She’d diet, lose weight, gain it back, then start all over again.

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In May, 14-year-old Serena Ellsworth of Kansas City underwent facial reanimation surgery at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

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A major new study finds using a stent retriever to remove a blood clot is better than medication alone for people having a stroke. FOX

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by Meryl Lin McKean, Fox4 News

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