LMH Health earns an “A” in Leapfrog Safety Grade for Fall 2020
We are excited to announce that LMH Health has earned an “A” for the Fall 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. The Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade is the only hospital rating focused exclusively on hospital safety.
Well-being group: A collaborative effort to provide resources to support community during pandemic
“I have been asked if Bert Nash has any online resources/exercises/links that would help people who are experiencing low energy or light depression during these seasonal days of COVID." Help is available on a new community resource website hosted by Lawrence Douglas County Public Health: ldchealth.org/hope.
COVID-19 Vaccination Plan
Lawrence, KS – As we begin to anticipate the release of the COVID-19 vaccine, it is important to share where LMH Health is at in this process. In collaboration with Lawrence Douglas County Public Health Department (LDCPH), LMH Health will be rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine in a phased approach as guided by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE).
According to the Record with Hank Booth - December 4, 2020
In our final show of the year, Hank talks with our guests about some of the services available to patients at the LMH Health West Campus.
Love of sports led doctor to her field
Having been a student athlete herself, Dr. Emily Heronemus fell in love with being around sports and the excitement and dedication athletes have for their sport. When she joined the OrthoKansas team two years ago, she knew she wanted to be involved in college sports.
LMH Health nearing the finish line with Baby Friendly certification
LMH Health has been working for four years toward joining only seven other hospitals in the state of Kansas and more than 600 Baby Friendly hospitals in the United States with this distinction.
Diabetes Awareness Month
In 2018, 34.2 million Americans, or 10.5 percent of the population, had diabetes. Additionally, 7 million more have diabetes but go undiagnosed. It is also a disease that is the number one cause of blindness, kidney failure, non-traumatic amputations and one of the main leading causes of heart attacks and strokes. Unfortunately, these numbers continues to rise year after year.
Maintaining Staffing Levels During a Pandemic
As COVID-19 positive numbers increase in our communities and many persons require inpatient services, our own workforce – nurses, physicians, technicians and more – are also impacted by the virus.
The Holidays and COVID-19
The holidays are just around the corner and we are ready to bring on the joy, the laughter, the fun times, good memories and time with the ones we love most. However, many people are concerned about how to approach the holidays this year with COVID-19.
Gratitude for LMH Health staff
Our providers, the staff and the administration of LMH Health worked and sacrifice selflessly to make certain their neighbors are not lacking...