Saint Luke's News

Health News You Can Use: Exciting Advances in Breast Cancer Treatment

Treatment for Breast Cancer has advanced dramatically in recent years as researchers and oncologists have made significant strides in understanding

Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute
PRESERVED-HF trial findings on the substantial impact of dapagliflozin in individuals with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) published in Nature Medicine
The findings of the PRESERVED-HF trial, offering potential new hope for people struggling with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF), are published in the journal, Nature Medicine.
Health News You Can Use: How to Support Someone with Breast Cancer
This week Dr. Kadie Harry talks about how a loved one can provide support for a family member or friend diagnosed with breast cancer and what the most important thing a support person can do.
Saint Luke’s Health System Earns 2021 CHIME Digital Health Most Wired Recognition
Saint Luke’s Health System has earned 2021 CHIME Digital Health Most Wired recognition as a certified Ambulatory Level 8 and Acute Level 8.
Taylor Warwick named to Modern Healthcare's Top 25 Emerging Leaders for 2021
Saint Luke's is proud to announce that Taylor Warwick, Saint Luke's East Hospital's Chief Operating Officer, was named to Modern Healthcare's Top 25 Emerging Leaders list for 2021. 
Health News You Can Use: High-Risk Breast Cancer and Saint Luke's Unique Clinic
This week we’re talking about what puts a patient at higher risk for breast cancer, steps you can take if you are, and a unique program Saint Luke’s has for high-risk patients.
Health News You Can Use: Importance of Breast Cancer Preventive Screenings
This week we’re talking to Dr. Ruby Meierotto, Breast Radiologist at Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute about the importance of early detection, screening guidelines, and what you can be doing at home to aid in early detection.
Kansas City NWSL partners with Saint Luke's Health System
Nationally-recognized healthcare system will serve as Official Medical Provider
Health News You Can Use: Palliative Care & COVID-19
With the COVID pandemic, there has been a big increase in demand for palliative care in Kansas City and across the country.