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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.
Breast milk benefits premature babies, and sometimes after a mother gives birth, complications prevent them from being able to provide that for their own babies.
People who get minimally-invasive surgery to replace damaged heart valves have an easier time completing daily tasks and a better quality of life after the procedure, a research review suggests.
The nurse navigator program is designed to ease the physical, spiritual, emotional, and financial hardships of living with and beyond cancer. It centers around an on-staff oncology nurse navigator whose job is to assist cancer patients throughout their entire diagnosis, treatment, and recovery process, as well as the clinical coordination of their care.
The number of people living with advanced breast cancer is higher than many people realize.
You can use food everyday to help heal your body. Lucas Schubert, Saint Luke's Nutritional Coordinator, is on FOX4 morning show to talk about using some simple ingredients to make a delicious kale chips.
It holds eight beds for emergency services and eight for inpatient care, as well as a pharmacy, in-house laboratory, and imaging. The main focus of the micro-hospital model is convenience, saving a trip to the downtown emergency room.
Shootings are a scary thing to think about, let alone thinking about them happening in our schools.