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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, which is a time to share the statistics and spread awareness to the importance of prevention and education about colorectal cancer.
When Jake Loos started experiencing pain during training, his dad reached out to the RunStrong team for their expertise. Learn how our team was able to help Jake better manage his pain and training.
You may hear us say often that we put safety first, but what does that look like inside LMH Health? Well, there are a multitude of ways, but one specific example is our daily safety huddle each morning. What is safety huddle?
Lawrence, KS – LMH Health is now a Blue Distinction Center+ for Maternity Care.
In 1974 at the young age of 18 months, Amy Karr had her very first quadruple bypass heart surgery. This was the beginning of her journey as a congenital heart patient.
It’s been a year since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s still at the top of everyone’s mind. One thing that hasn’t changed? The need to seek care when you need it. Don’t put your health on hold.
It’s a Tuesday night at 5 p.m. and LMH Health West Therapy is starting to fill up with middle school runners from the Lawrence community. Their goal: get fit to run!
February is Black History Month, a time designated to celebrate achievements by Black Americans and recognize their central role in U.S. history. LMH Health honors Black History Month by focusing on health equity and acknowledging our role as a health care provider.
Genetic testing and preventative cancer screening at LMH Health changed the course of several lives of one local family. Last year, Cindy Fritzel visited LMH Health for a routine 3D mammogram and a cancerous tumor was identified.
As Douglas County begins Phase 2 of COVID-19 vaccinations under the leadership of Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health, LMH Health has launched vaccine clinics for residents 65 and older.
For media inquiries related to LMH Health contact:Amy Northrop, Director of CommunicationPhone: 785-505-2931Email: Amy.Northrop@lmh.org