Saint Luke's News

Armstrong Named Administrator for Saint Luke's Kansas Critical Access Hospitals
Saint Luke’s Health System is pleased to announce that Jeremy Armstrong, FACHE, has been named Administrator of Anderson County Hospital and Allen County Regional Hospital, the Health System’s two Kansas-based critical access hospitals.
Research Shows Vegan Diet Leads to Nutritional Deficiencies, Health Problems; Plant-Forward Omnivorous Whole Foods Diet Is Healthier
Newly published review led by Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute cardiologist reveals negative health impacts of a strict vegan diet
Health News You Can Use: Suicide Prevention & Awareness in LGBTQ Youth
Statistics show that LGBTQ youth are four times more likely to seriously consider, make a plan for, and attempt suicide than their peers.
Health News You Can Use: Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

Each year, nearly 18,000 people in the U.S. suffer a spinal cord injury, which can be debilitating or even paralyzing.

Allen County Regional Hospital–Moran Clinic to Close in September
Allen County Regional Hospital-Moran Clinic will permanently close next month. The last day to schedule an appointment at the Moran Clinic is September 1.
Hedrick Medical Center and Livingston County Health Center To Host Fall Prevention Event
The Fall Prevention Fair will take place on Wednesday, September 21, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. in The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center.
Pain Management Offered Through Outpatient Specialty Clinic
Adam Madl, DO, with Saint Luke’s Anesthesiology Specialists, now provides a specialty clinic at the hospital in Garnett for patients who suffer from chronic or acute pain.
Health News You Can Use: Back-to-School COVID-19 Safety
This week we are talking about the CDC’s new back-to-school guidelines and how to keep your kids healthy as they head back into the classroom.
Health News You Can Use: Hospital in Your Home
With Saint Luke’s new care model offering state-of-the-art virtual technology and in-person, hands-on care in the home, that is now a real possibility for some patients here in the Kansas City area.