LMH Health physician receives Ingram’s 2021 Top Doctor recognition
Each year, Ingram’s magazine recognizes the best doctors in the Kansas and Missouri region. In its recently published Top Doctor Issue, OrthoKansas orthopedic surgeon Richard Wendt was named as one of Ingram’s Top Doctors for 2021.
A statement from LMH Health on BCBS of Kansas negotiations
LMH Health is an independent system that has served Lawrence and the surrounding communities for a century. Being compensated appropriately for the exceptional services we provide is critical for our community’s well-being and the quality of care that you have come to expect from LMH.
OrthoKansas: It's not just about broken bones
When you’ve got a broken bone, it makes sense that you might receive a referral to an orthopedic surgeon. But if you’ve got knee, hip or shoulder pain, swelling or other musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions, turn to the providers at OrthoKansas for help.
Have you heard about da Vinci?
When you hear about da Vinci in healthcare, rarely are we talking about the famous artist behind the Mona Lisa painting. More often than not we are talking about the incredible, yet far less artistic, robotic arm which has been a force in the medical community for years. So what is the da Vinci?
Paying out of pocket for healthcare?
Healthcare tests and services can often be costly, especially without having insurance to assist or having a high deductible plan.
LMH Health named 2021 Most Wired
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has recognized LMH Health as one of the nation’s Most Wired hospitals and healthcare systems.
LMH Health receives prestigious Baby-Friendly designation
Learn more about the international Baby-Friendly designation at the Family Birthing Center at LMH Health.
Russ Johnson named one of Ingram’s most influential business executives for 2021
LMH Health President & CEO Russ Johnson has been named one of Ingram’s 250 most influential business executives and leaders throughout the Greater Kansas City Region. Read on to learn more about this recognition.
Occupational therapy: Helping people regain function in everyday life
If you’ve ever broken your wrist, had a nerve or brain injury, your doctor may have prescribed a course of occupational therapy. But don’t let the name fool you – occupational therapy isn’t meant just to get people back to work.
Breast Cancer Awareness: A Pivotal Conversation
The National Breast Care Foundation says that in 2021 alone, an estimated 281,550 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in the U.S. as well as 49,290 new cases of non-invasive breast cancer. It is important to share and shed light on the sobering statistics of breast cancer, especially as we approach Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.