Media Headlines

KMBC: KC cardiologists answer questions about COVID-19 vaccines, heart concerns
KMBC talked to Dr. Michael Nassif about how heart issues from the COVID vaccine are extremely rare and why you're more likely to have heart problems with a COVID infection.
Fox News: Church member receives kidney from his pastor: A ‘blessing from God’
Fox News talked to Jeremy and Jack about their story of friendship and faith.
Kansas City Business Journal: 2021 CFO of the Year honoree: Chuck Robb
Chuck Robb was named as a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree. Read his Q&A with the Kansas City Business Journal.
Kansas City Beacon: KC health officials work to increase COVID vaccination rates as delta variant spreads
The Kansas City Beacon talked to Dr. Andrew Schlachter about the vaccine and what he's seeing in the Intensive Care Unit.
Media Coverage: Saint Luke's Mini Team USA
To celebrate the Olympics, Saint Luke's nurses crocheted gold medals and dressed our new babies as Olympic athletes to celebrate our babies, moms and dads, and Team USA. Our newest members of Mini-Team USA have been seen locally, nationally, and internationally. 
Kansas City Business Journal: Saint Luke's lands two KC-area hospitals among region's best
Saint Luke's Health System landed a second Kansas City-area hospital among the region's best, according to U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking of the country's medical centers.
Iola Register: Big changes, challenging times
The Iola Register talked to Elmore Patterson and Steve Schieber about some of the changes and challenges of the past year since Allen County Regional Hospital came under the umbrella of Saint Luke's Health System.
Kansas City Star: How to keep your unvaccinated kids COVID-safe in Kansas City? Doctors offer answers
The Kansas City Star talked to Saint Luke's Health System Director of Infection Prevention and other experts around the metro about the best ways to keep children safe.
Kansas City Star: One Kansas City health system sees COVID cases more than double since last month
Hospitals in the Kansas City area have seen COVID cases rise in recent weeks.