Planning for the future by looking to the past
LMH Health Foundation and local non-profits are partnering to host a community-wide celebration of women in philanthropy on January 29.
OrthoKansas to Practice at Newman Regional Health Medical Partners Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
OrthoKansas has joined the Newman Regional Health Medical Partners Orthopedics & Sports Medicine clinic to provide Lyon County and surrounding area residents a new choice when it comes to their orthopedic care.
Be a "first" first responder and donate blood
January is national blood donor month. The nation’s blood supply has never been lower and the community is in desperate need of blood donors.
Creating ways for seniors to combat isolation
This time of year can be challenging for those who live with any level of isolation. Between the holidays and the weather, this time of year can be quite dangerous for seniors who spend a significant amount of time alone.
Holidays aren't always the most wonderful time of the year
Grief has a profound effect at different times of the year, often most powerfully during the holiday season. Whether you have lost a loved one or know someone who has, use these tips to help navigate the season.
SMART goals key to keeping New Year's resolutions
Almost half of Americans will make a New Year's resolution for themselves. LMH Health wants to provide you with some ideas of some SMART goals to set for yourself and some resources to help you achieve them.
Stay safe in cold, snowy weather this winter
Winter is coming! Though winter weather can look beautiful and peaceful, it can also be very dangerous if you are not prepared.
World AIDS Day: Remembering the past, looking to the future
“My name is Ryan White. I am sixteen years old. I have hemophilia, and I have AIDS.” Each year on December 1, the world unites to observe World AIDS Day and to remember Ryan and all the others lost to HIV and AIDS.
A commitment to community healthcare - and to every individual
As the year comes to a close, LMH Health has recorded more than $13.5 million in uncompensated and charitable care. As a community-owned, not-for-profit healthcare system, charitable care is not only an imperative—it guides decision-making at the highest levels of the organization.
Internal or family medicine - which is the right fit for you?
When you're looking for a primary care physician, you want to make sure you’re finding the right fit for you. Both Internal medicine and family medicine doctors are considered primary care doctors, but what’s the difference?