Saint Luke's Newsroom

Feb. 15, 2024
TCTMD: Study IDs Patients Most Likely to Quit Smoking After ASCVD Event
TCTMD talked to Dr. Vittal Hejjaji about a large registry study that looked at when patients quit smoking following an atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease event.
Feb. 9, 2024
Wright Memorial Hospital Offers Free Sports Physicals
Wright Memorial Hospital will once again offer free sports physical exams for area students who plan to participate in athletic/cheerleading activities during the 2024-2025 school year.
Feb. 9, 2024
Health News You Can Use: New Atrial Fibrillation Guidelines
During Heart Month, we are talking about Afib, the recent changes in guidelines, and how Saint Luke’s is leading the way in innovative treatments for those who have Afib. 
Feb. 8, 2024
Forbes: Health Systems Are Improving Patient Outcomes With AI-Assisted Technology
Health systems, including Saint Luke's, are deploying AI to improve patient outcomes.
Feb. 7, 2024
FOX4: Lifelong Chiefs Fan, Heart Transplant Recipient Going to Super Bowl LVIII
FOX4 talked to Ted Perez and his heart transplant surgeon, Dr. Russ Davis, about the lifelong Chiefs fan's incredible story.
Feb. 2, 2024
KCTV: Mother and Two-Time SCAD Survivor Shares Story to Stress Importance of Heart Health Awareness
Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) is the number one cause of heart attack for women under 50. A wife and mother of two, Isabel, shares her journey of surviving not one but two SCAD events post-partum.
Feb. 2, 2024
KMBC: Saint Luke's Women's Heart Center Shares Unique Heart Health Message for Women
Dr. Tracy Stevens talks to KMBC about the unique conditions to women hearts and what people can do today to help research.
Feb. 2, 2024
KSHB: Saint Luke's Women's Heart Center Shares Heart Health Tips for Women
Dr. Tracy Stevens talks about the unique heart attack symptoms in women and what people can do today to help reduce their risk of heart attack by 95%.
Feb. 2, 2024
Health News You Can Use: Women's Heart Health and Research
Dr. Tracy Stevens shares how heart disease affects women uniquely and why more advocacy and research is needed on women's hearts.