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Published on December 16, 2013

LMH recognized as Top 100 HealthStrong Hospital

LMH has earned recognition as a 2013 Top 100 HealthStrong Hospital. iVantage Health Analytics developed the Hospital Strength Index, a national ratings and analytics program, as a broad performance scorecard based on publicly available data. The Index ranks all 4,430 general acute care hospitals in the country on market, value-based and financial categories. The Index is based on eight performance pillars comprised of 56 different performance metrics.

LMH ranked in the 99.93 percentile overall for Hospital Strength Index, which was comprised of 97.54 percentile for market strength, 99.73 percentile for value-based strength, and 92.08 percen-tile for financial strength. LMH was the only Kansas hospital included on the Top 100 list.

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When should my child be training? 

"There are different 'peak seasons' you should be training. For instance: If you are playing volleyball right now, you should only be training one time a week. In that one time a week we work on flexibility, recovery, making sure things are staying strong from your summer training. 


If you are not playing and you are not training, the body does not retain it...you are loosing everything that you have gained. Train more on off seasons, less in season." Adam Rolf, DPT, ATC, CSCS

 

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