Minority Mental Health Month: Bringing people together and building community
Racial and ethnic minorities face unique struggles regarding mental illness. During Minority Mental Health Month, the focus is on addressing the stigma about mental health among these populations.
Force plates provide data for sports medicine team
OrthoKansas and LMH Health Therapy Services offer force plate technology from VALD Performance - the only location in the region boasting this technology for everyday athletes and orthopedic patients. Learn how our technology can help you.
Family connections run deep at LMH Health
Over 2,000 employees and providers call LMH Health home, and some have been a part of our team for generations. Local families, couples, and siblings continue to work for LMH Health to help strengthen the Lawrence community.
Celebrate Men's Health Month with movement
You may have heard it before, but exercise is medicine! It is never too late to start becoming active and this Men’s Health Month we are talking all about the importance and ways to stay active at any age.
Mammograms save lives
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. While it’s the second leading cause of cancer death in women, there is a glimmer of hope. Decreases in the death rate may be due, in part, as the result of detecting breast cancer earlier due to routine mammograms.
Donate blood and save a life
You may have seen a headline or two about the importance of blood donation and the recent blood shortages many in the United States are facing.
Gap year provides opportunity for real-world experience
Learn more about how Ian Rogers is taking his passion for healthcare and turning his job as a CNA into a lifelong career.
Capitol Federal Foundation® grants $300k for LMH Health Cancer Center project
The Capitol Federal Foundation® is supporting LMH Health’s initiative to expand and update its cancer center with a recent $300,000 grant to the LMH Health Foundation.