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KSHB: Saint Luke's Health System rolls out universal COVID-19 testing

May 6, 2020

Saint Luke's Health System is rolling out universal testing Thursday for all patients admitted across all of its hospitals.

KSHB talked to Dr. Marc Larsen, Saint Luke’s Incident Command Operations Chief, and Kirk Showalter, Nursing House Supervisor at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City about what this move means for the hospitals and front line workers.

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