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Saint Luke’s Health System named among Health Care’s Most Wired for 2018
Saint Luke’s is committed to adopting technology to foster patient engagement and to offer greater access to health care.
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The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center becoming a destination – Tax credit opportunities remain
In late May of 2018, the Hedrick Medical Center Foundation officially opened The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center. Now, nearly five months later, the use of the area continues to grow with each passing week.
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Saint Luke’s South and Saint Luke’s Hospital Receive Vizient Awards
Vizient Inc. is the largest member-driven health care performance improvement company in the country. It announced the winners of its 2018 awards Oct. 4 during the 2018 Vizient Connections Summit in Las Vegas.
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Wright Memorial Hospital announces the addition of new service line, Senior Life Solutions
An intensive outpatient group therapy program is designed to meet the unique needs of adults 65 and older who are struggling with depression and anxiety, often related to aging.
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Journey to 800 Heart Transplants
Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute has successfully completed 800 heart transplants. This is our journey.
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Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute achieves milestone with 800th heart transplant
Saint Luke’s program is one of few nationwide to record 800 transplants.
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Regain your life: women affected by bladder control problems no longer must suffer in silence thanks to increased awareness and new treatment options offered at Wright Memorial Hospital
As many as 50 percent of women will find themselves crossing their knees when they laugh, frequently seeking out the bathroom, or avoiding social situations for fear of experiencing urinary incontinence in public.
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Regain your life: women affected by bladder control problems no longer must suffer in silence thanks to increased awareness and new treatment options offered at Hedrick Medical Center
As many as 50 percent of women will find themselves crossing their knees when they laugh, frequently seeking out the bathroom, or avoiding social situations for fear of experiencing urinary incontinence in public.