Media Headlines

KMBC: Reducing Stroke Risk by Controlling Your Blood Pressure
Every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a stroke. However, up to 80 percent of strokes are preventable with healthy lifestyle changes like controlling your blood pressure.
FOX4: Metro Bone Marrow Donor and 10-year-old Recipient Meet for the First Time in NYC
After a local man donated his bone marrow to save a young man's life, the two finally met in New York. FOX4 interviewed the Saint Luke's employee about his generous donation and the special shared bond.
Leavenworth Times: Early Detection Key to Cancer Survivor's Battle
Lynn Engen's experience as a military spouse prepared her to e resilient. That trait served her well recently in a battle with cancer after an MRI at Saint Luke's. 
KCTV: Music from the Heart Concert Celebrating Women's Heart Center's 25th Anniversary
In celebration of Saint Luke's Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center's 25th anniversary, Saint Luke's is partnering with the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts to put on a free concert as a Mother's Day gift to the community.
FOX4: Henry Bloch's Lasting Impact on Neurological Care in Kansas City
Hundreds of people came together to remember Henry Bloch, the co-founder of H&R Block, at a public memorial Monday. 
KSHB: Immunotherapy Helps Local Woman Beat Uncommon Form of Cancer
After being diagnosed with an extremely rare and deadly form of blood cancer, a Kansas City woman is now beating the odds with the help of immunotherapy.
Media Coverage: Hospitals Sue Over New National Liver Transplant Policy
Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City is joining more than a dozen other hospitals in a lawsuit over a new liver allocation policy.
Media Coverage: Remembering the Life of Henry Bloch
Henry Bloch passed away on April 23, 2019, at the age of 96. See how he made an impact on Saint Luke's Health System.
FOX4: Physicians Concerned About 'Little League Shoulder' in Younger Patients
Doctors say they are seeing shoulder pain in athletes starting at younger ages than in the past. FOX4 talked to Dr. Randall Goldstein about what parents and young athletes can do to prevent these types of injuries.