Saint Luke's News

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Health News You Can Use: Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment
This week we are talking about the importance of cervical cancer screenings, HPV vaccines, and treatment options for those diagnosed at various stages.
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‘A faith-based hospital for all faiths’: A conversation with a Saint Luke’s chaplain
We are a faith-based hospital for all faiths—or no faith at all—and we welcome and provide care to patients from a variety of faith backgrounds and spiritual practices.
Saint Luke’s Physicians Named to Castle Connolly Top Doctor List
Saint Luke’s is proud to announce that 117 physicians across 32 specialties were named to Castle Connolly’s 2021 Top Doctors List.
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Saint Luke’s Names Marshaun Butler as Administrator for Crittenton Children’s Center
In this position, Butler will lead and oversee Crittenton’s long-term strategy, initiatives, and programs, including inpatient hospitalization, adolescent substance abuse, residential treatment, in-home counseling, outpatient clinic, and foster care and adoption.
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Saint Luke’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Appointed Chair of Missouri’s Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review (PAMR) Board
Karen Florio, DO, MPH, Saint Luke’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist, has been elected the Chair of Missouri’s Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review (PAMR) Board for a two-year term.
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Health News You Can Use: Increased Need for Youth Mentors
The pandemic has created a big need for mentors at Saint Luke’s Crittenton Children’s Center residential and foster care programs.
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Hedrick Medical Center Medical Staff Continues Scholarship Opportunity
The scholarship will is named the Harkness Scholarship, after Dr. James A. Harkness, a former Chillicothe physician and Chief of Staff at Hedrick Medical Center.
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Health News You Can Use: Grieving Through the Holidays
Learning how to cope without your loved one is not easy. Grief is a journey, whether the loss was expected or sudden, and it is one that requires grieving and mourning.
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American Heart Association recognizes Saint Luke’s Health System for workplace health achievement
Scientific, evidenced-informed tool rates, recognizes workplace health programs and workforce well-being