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KCTV: Learn More About Reducing Your Risk of Colon Cancer
KCTV talked to Dr. Robert Amajoyi about the most effective way to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.
Chief Healthcare Executive: Hospital at Home: Why Health Systems Are Banking on This Model ǀ Special Report
In this special report, Chief Healthcare Executive spoke with Dr. Michael Nassif about how hospitals around the country are having success with new programs like Saint Luke's Hospital In Your Home.
KMBZ: Cardiologist Explains What a Heart Catheterization Is After Bill Self Misses KU Game
KMBZ talked to Dr. Adnan Chhatriwalla about what a heart catheterization is and what the typical recovery process looks like.
Saint Luke’s East Hospital Among Nation’s Top Performing Maternity Hospitals for Second Consecutive Year, as Recognized by U.S. News & World Report
This designation is the highest award a hospital can earn for maternity care and places Saint Luke’s East Hospital in the Top 10% of hospitals nationally for excellent maternity care.
Healthcare IT News: Saint Luke's Finds Success with Its Hospital In Your Home Program
Healthcare IT News talked to Saint Luke's Chief Digital Officer about how the program has boosted patient satisfaction and empowered patients to manage their conditions.
KMBC: Man Credits New Procedure at Saint Luke’s Health System for Saving His Legs

A Lee's Summit man is thankful for the doctors at Saint Luke's Health System for saving his legs.

KMBC: For Kansas City, A Longer and Earlier Allergy Season Expected in 2023
KMBC talked to Dr. Todd Fristo about how to combat seasonal allergies and why some are facing symptoms earlier this year.
KCTV: Bags Of Fun Delivers Backpacks of Goodies to Crittenton Children's Center
Bags Of Fun worked with Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center to create specialized bags for residential children and adolescents in their care. 
KCTV: Learn More About This Specialized Approach for Diabetes Patients

People with diabetes have a two to four times greater risk for developing coronary artery disease and stroke.