Saint Luke's Newsroom

Caring for Our Neighbors... Literally
Growing up next to Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City, Leah Suttington knew she wanted to be taken to Saint Luke's when she needed emergency heart care.
Putting the Heart in Cancer Treatment
After being diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer and undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments, Jesse found her heart was failing from side effects of chemotherapy.
Wright Memorial Physician Clinics and NCMC Athletic Department to Host Toy Drive
The toy drive will begin on Monday, November 28, and ends on Thursday, December 15.
KCTV: Ovarian Cancer Survivor Shares Message to Others
A local woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer has something to be extra grateful for this Thanksgiving after learning she's officially in remission.
KSHB: Serving Up Savings: How to Stretch the Dollar for Thanksgiving
KSHB talked to Grace Hoffman to get tips on how to save at the store and not waste food this Thanksgiving.
Pharmacy Times: Dapagliflozin Improves Symptom Burden, Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients with Heart Failure
The Pharmacy Times shares findings from the DELIVER phase 3 trial presented at the American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions 2022.
Health News You Can Use: Transgender Health Care
This week, during Transgender Awareness Week, we’re talking about the importance of equity in health care for transgender individuals.
KCTV: Saint Luke's Offers New Nursing Assistant Training Program
KCTV talked to Susie Krug about why nursing assistants are invaluable to the patient experience and a new paid six-week training program at Saint Luke's.
KCUR: People of Color Are Far Less Likely to Receive CPR From Bystanders, New Study Finds
During an emergent cardiac event, receiving CPR increases the likelihood of survival. However, a new study found people of color are far less likely to receive CPR from bystanders than white people.