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CNN anchor Michaela Pereira interviews Brooke and Kayla Norman, two sisters who received heart transplants after their mother passed away from heart failure.
Two sisters went through heart transplants years after losing their mother to heart failure. Dr. Michael Borkon performed their surgeries and says genetic testing can be lifesaving.
Hedrick Medical Center is one of only eight critical access hospitals in the state of Missouri to receive a four-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The Kansas City Star talks with Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center CEO about mental and behavioral health in schools.
Nurses in the obstetrics department at Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe recently tested in the 97 percentile among their peers in a nationwide assessment.
You can use food everyday to help heal your body. Lucas Schubert, Saint Luke's Nutritional Coordinator, is on FOX4 morning show to explaing the healing powers of herbs and spices and how you can use them at home.
Access to a doctor is here to stay with a click of a button and Saint Luke's is connecting patients here in the metro to doctors in other cities.
Students already enrolled in or admitted to a degree program in a health care field are eligible for the scholarship. To date, $82,500 scholarships have been awarded to area students.
This new hospital concept is part of Saint Luke’s goal to provide convenient, accessible emergency and inpatient care closer to where people live and work.
A heart recipient and donor family become friends after transplant.