Lawrence Memorial Hospital celebrates centennial of commitment to community care
One hundred years ago today, Lawrence Memorial Hospital officially opened its doors. While that’s a milestone worthy of celebration for any organization, it’s the story of the founding of the hospital that deserves special recognition.
Don't Put Your Health on Hold
The COVID-19 pandemic led to significant changes in our daily lives, and our community has done the job they have been asked to do – stay home and stay safe. We want to remind you, though, that emergencies don’t follow the same rules. Heart attacks, strokes and injuries still demand emergency care and expertise.
Kansas announces updated COVID-19 vaccination priority groups
Read more about COVID-19 vaccinations and an update to vaccination priority groups in Kansas.
Unified Command working to vaccinate county's healthcare workers
Unified Command partners are working together to get the vaccine into Douglas County health care workers’ arms efficiently as the doses are shipped here from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
COVID-19 vaccination update: January 5, 2021
The first COVID-19 vaccines have arrived at LMH Health. While this is an exciting milestone, it will take time for vaccines to become widely available to all who want or need them. Read on for more information.
Annual Wellness Visit helps Medicare patients stay ahead of health goals
Learn more about how Medicare patients can take advantage of an annual wellness visit to be proactive about their health. Schedule your in-person clinic or telemedicine appointment today.
3 things to know about the COVID-19 vaccine
We know you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Here are three things you should know.
Mindy Morrow: A Story of Success, Determination and Heart Health
Learn more about how Mindy Morrow focused on prevention and overall health to improve her cardiac health.
My Patient Portal - there's an app for that!
Managing your healthcare should be easy. As an LMH Health patient, My Patient Portal allows you to manage your health information and contact your providers with the click of a button.
Planning for life in limbo
In the face of a global pandemic, SRC continues to work with community partners who face many of the same challenges to keep area seniors active and/or provide vital services to the community.