The Year of the Nurse
LMH Health is celebrating all of our nurses during Nurses Week, May 3-9. The World Health Organization declared 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, in honor of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.
Physicians pitching in to help with patient surge
Across the country, we see examples of hospitals becoming overwhelmed by a surge of patients with COVID-19. This can sound intimidating, alarming and downright scary. LMH Health has been actively preparing for the surge, and providers across the community and here at LMH Health are stepping up to help.
When will LMH Health resume elective procedures?
LMH Health has spent the past several weeks preparing and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. As our organizational readiness for COVID-19 has increased, we can now direct our attention to planning for the time when we will resume all healthcare services across our organization.
LMH Health using telemedicine to see patients in the wake of COVID-19
COVID-19 has changed many aspects of daily life, including the way patients visit their healthcare providers. In the wake of the pandemic, LMH Health has begun offering telemedicine visits for many new and existing patients.
Protecting the community by protecting providers
The COVID-19 pandemic makes it challenging to keep frontline providers safe, even under the best of circumstances. Ensuring the safety of clinicians, employees and patients is our top priority.
Antibody testing - what is it?
We’ve received a number of inquiries from the community about antibody testing for COVID-19. Read on to hear more from Dr. Christopher Brychel and Sonja Jordan about this hot topic.
Scott Bruegge's story: A journey through COVID-19 recovery
Scott Bruegge’s journey started with a cough. He couldn’t have imagined that it would lead to being hospitalized with COVID-19.
Celebration for Discharged COVID-19 Patient
LMH Health celebrated the recovery for one COVID-19 patient this morning. Mr. Scott Bruegge, a Leavenworth County resident, was LMH Health’s first inpatient treated for COVID-19.
Caring community members donate funds, supplies to LMH Health during COVID-19 crisis
In the midst of the COVID-19 healthcare crisis, local community members are coming together to support LMH Health employees and patients. Read on to learn more about the outpouring of community support LMH Health has seen.
Changes to Lawrence OB-GYN Specialists office protocol due to COVID-19
Lawrence OB-GYN Specialists is trying to adapt to the coronavirus, or COVID-19, and continue to perform quality medical care. Read on to learn more from Phillip Moreano, MD, about changes to our office procedures.