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Nearly 20 years ago, Carl learned he had an irregular heartbeat. He was given the Watchman device that later may have saved his life.
When it was Roscoe's family's decision on what his end of life journey looked like, they decided to come to Saint Luke's Hospice House. Hear how their Hospice House experience helped everyone in the family.
The Care Choices Program through Saint Luke's Home Care and Hospice helps Ed with every day life in his own home.
At 88, he is now a retired lawyer, a co-founder of the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra and is no stranger to the halls of Saint Luke’s Hospital. Hear what Gene contributes his longevity and healthy life to.
For many years, Don suffered from severe back pain. After exploring options he came to Saint Luke's and had a minimally invasive spine procedure that took all his back pain away.
For 5 months Dean experienced pain like a “toothache,” a dull, constant pain on his left side. He felt tingling, numbness, and a buzzing sensation. Then, he came to Saint Luke's, and it all changed.
Three days a week, three hours a day, for 12 years—Jamont Clayton spent roughly 5,616 hours of his life attached to a kidney dialysis machine.
Veteran news reporter Dan Verbeck missed the biggest story of his life—his own death.
"It was frustrating, and I thought that was just the way life was going to be," Barry Blank said. Read his about journey with Parkinson's and about the procedure that changed his life.
Trial device helps Seabrun “Candy” Hunter’s worn heart valve pump at a steady beat.