Saint Luke's Newsroom

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KCTV: Here's how to reduce your risk of cervical cancer
KCTV talked to Dr. Ingenue Cobbinah about the top things people can do to reduce their risk of cervical cancer.
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Saint Luke’s Names Marshaun Butler as Administrator for Crittenton Children’s Center
In this position, Butler will lead and oversee Crittenton’s long-term strategy, initiatives, and programs, including inpatient hospitalization, adolescent substance abuse, residential treatment, in-home counseling, outpatient clinic, and foster care and adoption.
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Kansas City Star: How many COVID patients in Kansas City hospitals were first admitted for COVID-19?
The Kansas City Star talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd to learn more about what local hospitals are seeing and what doctors want people to know amid the surge.
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KSHB: Doctors weigh in on patients diagnosed with both COVID-19, flu
KSHB talked to Dr. Todd Fristo about why testing is key and where you can get tested for both flu and COVID-19.
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Platte County Landmark: Omicron variant present in Platte County
The Platte County Landmark talked to Ginny Boos, PhD, about tools to combat the Omicron variant and what to do if you start experiencing symptoms.
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KCTV: Saint Luke's employees honor local woman with brain cancer
Current and former employees held a car parade to show support for one woman who worked for the Saint Luke's child care center for nearly three decades.
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KCTV: Missouri hospitals call for action after state's COVID disaster declaration expires
KCTV talked to Dr. Gina Lawson about how the order's expiration impacts hospitals across the state as they work to battle staffing shortages and the omicron variant surge.
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Kansas City Star: With Kansas City hospitals short on beds, when should you go to the ER vs. urgent care?
The Kansas City Star talked to Dr. Marc Larsen about how to know when and where to seek care as hospitals face the current COVID surge.
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KMBC: Urgent care clinics see increased demand for COVID-19 testing as cases surge
KMBC talked to Ginny Boos, PhD, about the demand and how to decide when and where to seek care.