Saint Luke's News

New Clinical Trial for Heart Failure Tests Patients Remotely Using Wearable Devices
The world's first decentralized, digitally driven medical study has patients wear smart watches to record the effects of a heart failure medication.
Saint Luke’s Health System Earns “LGBTQ Health Care Equality Leader” Designation in Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Healthcare Equality Index
Saint Luke’s Health System joins 495 health care providers nationwide earning the “LGBTQ Health Care Equality Leader” designation
Saint Luke’s News: Reduce your risk from COVID-19 and other health issues by doing this at home
When it comes to heart attack, stroke, dementia, heart failure, kidney failure, and risk of complications from COVID-19—there is one simple thing you can do at home to significantly reduce your risk. Dr. Tracy Stevens explains.
Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City receives Get With The Guidelines-Heart Failure Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award
American Heart Association Award recognizes Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City commitment to quality heart failure care
Saint Luke's Hospital 2020 Clinical Excellence Award Winners Complete List
The winners of this year's Clinical Excellence Awards were formally recognized in a virtual ceremony. In total, there were 43 recipients in a variety of departments who consistently demonstrate in their work what makes Saint Luke's the best place to get care, the best place to give care.
Four Saint Luke’s Entities Named Among Nation’s Top Performing Hospitals for Treatment of Heart Attack Patients
American College of Cardiology NCDR Chest Pain ̶ MI Registry Platinum Award recognizes high standards of patient care.
Saint Luke’s to Launch Art Therapy Program for People with Parkinson’s Disease
Supported by a grant from the Parkinson's Foundation, the free art therapy program for people living with Parkinson's disease will be the only one of its kind in the Kansas City area and will be run by a certified art therapist who is also a licensed clinical professional counselor.
ADHD Medications Lead to Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Disease, According to New Study From Saint Luke’s Cardiologist James O’Keefe, MD
The use of prescription drugs for ADHD has significantly increased in the past few decades. James O'Keefe, MD studies the link between these medications and cardiovascular events.
Kansas City Patients Overwhelmingly Prefer Saint Luke’s for Patient Satisfaction
Saint Luke’s hospitals rank as three of the top four hospitals for patient satisfaction, according to CMS