Saint Luke's Newsroom

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Saint Luke’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Appointed Chair of Missouri’s Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review (PAMR) Board
Karen Florio, DO, MPH, Saint Luke’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist, has been elected the Chair of Missouri’s Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review (PAMR) Board for a two-year term.
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Kansas City Star: Why are people testing negative for COVID, and then testing positive days later?
The Kansas City Star talked to Ginny Boos, PhD, about the best time to get tested for COVID and what to do if you've been exposed to someone with the virus. 
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Kansas City Star: Is the omicron variant actually milder? Here’s what Kansas City doctors are seeing
The Kansas City Star talked to Dr. Carole Freiberger and Dr. Sarah Boyd to learn more about how the omicron variant is impacting Kansas City. 
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Health News You Can Use: Increased Need for Youth Mentors
The pandemic has created a big need for mentors at Saint Luke’s Crittenton Children’s Center residential and foster care programs.
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KMBC: Doctors: Kansas City's hospital capacity is maxed out as COVID-19 cases surge
Doctors are making a plea to Kansas City: Don't visit the emergency room for COVID-19 testing or for minor problems.
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KSHB: Crittenton Children's Center searches for youth mentors
The pandemic has created a big need for mentors at Saint Luke’s Crittenton Children’s Center residential and foster care programs.
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FOX4: Omicron variant is here whether we like it or not, Kansas City area health expert says
The omicron variant of COVID-19 is spreading across the country and region. Omicron accounts for nearly 77.4% of the cases in Kansas and Missouri, according to a number of maps on The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
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FOX4: Crittenton Children's Center searches for youth mentors
Crittenton Children's Center Mentorship Program is looking for new volunteers to help bring hope and change a child's life.
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Hedrick Medical Center Medical Staff Continues Scholarship Opportunity
The scholarship will is named the Harkness Scholarship, after Dr. James A. Harkness, a former Chillicothe physician and Chief of Staff at Hedrick Medical Center.