Saint Luke's News

Health News You Can Use: Grief in Children
We talk about the impact grief can have, why having coping skills to process grief is important, and a special camp to help children through the grief process.
Dr. Neal Recognized for Years of Service on Hedrick Board
Jane T. Neal, DDS, recently retired from her position as a member of the Hedrick Medical Center Board of Directors.
Saint Luke’s South Hospital Announces Opening of Saint Luke’s Pain Management Center
Saint Luke’s South Hospital is expanding state-of-the-art pain management care available to Johnson County through its new Saint Luke’s Pain Management Center in Overland Park.
Jason Knight, MD, Selected to Serve American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Jason Knight, MD, with Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute, has been selected to serve on the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Excellence Committee for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, District VII.
Health News You Can Use: Heart Disease in Pregnancy
Women with underlying heart conditions face increased risks during pregnancy.
Wright Memorial Hospital Auxiliary now accepting applications for 2022 scholarships
The Wright Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is pleased to announce the continuation of the scholarship program for area residents. Students already enrolled in or admitted to a degree program in a health care field are eligible for the scholarship.
Health News You Can Use: Stress’ Impact on the Heart
Stress levels are higher than pre-pandemic levels. We talk about how your body processes stress, how stress can impact your heart, and what people should be mindful of during stressful times.
Health News You Can Use: Kansas City Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program
This week we talk about the new Kansas City Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program - a collaboration between Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute and The Ward Family Heart Center at Children’s Mercy Kansas City.
Heath News You Can Use: Cardio-Oncology Program
Some cancer treatments, like chemotherapy, can cause damage to the heart muscle. There is a new specialty focused on this area--and Saint Luke’s offers one of only nine certified programs in the country.