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We asked our infectious disease physicians to weigh in on when they'd feel comfortable resuming some everyday activities in the wake of COVID-19. Read on to see what they had to say.
LMH Health has partnered with the University of Kansas School of Law since 2016 to provide the KU School of Law Medical-Legal Partnership at LMH Health. The program provides free legal services to qualified patients who have legal needs affecting their health.
Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our patients and staff. We also know how much visitors mean to our patients and understand the importance of connecting with loved ones. Read on to learn how we're expanding visitation at our hospital and clinics, effective Friday, June 12.
The civil rights movement isn’t a piece of history; it’s the movement we are witnessing today. As an organization composed of 1,800 employees and with a mission to work for health equity and to provide care and services for all, regardless of race, or physical, social or financial condition, it is also our movement.
Being a patient or having a loved one in the hospital can be a stressful experience. What do you do if you aren’t getting the information you’d like or you feel that your voice isn’t being heard? Turn to LMH Health’s patient advocate for help.
We learned today that a contracted associate with LMH Health tested positive for COVID-19. The contracted associate was unknowingly exposed to COVID-19 outside of our facility. The contracted associate was not symptomatic while working in the hospital. Read on to learn more.
After months of discussions, LMH Health is announcing an affiliation with First Med PA, a longtime medical clinic in the Lawrence community. The clinic will move from its current location to a new home on South Iowa and will open to the public on August 1.
We focus on the health of our patients and community members every day, but there is one month out of the year when we take some extra time to focus on men's health.
About 800,000 people in the United States have a stroke each year. Recognize signs of a stroke and act fast to increase your chances of survival.
The LMH Health Board of Trustees has conducted its annual evaluation of LMH Health President and CEO Russ Johnson following a challenging year in 2019. Read on to learn more.
For media inquiries related to LMH Health contact:Amy Northrop, Director of CommunicationPhone: 785-505-2931Email: Amy.Northrop@lmh.org