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"if we can create more of an understanding about mental health and that it’s OK to talk about, we can let people in the ag community know that everyone deals with these kinds of issues and there are resources to help.”
LMH Health wants to keep your lifelong health a priority through the annual Community Health Fair. This year’s event is Saturday, September 21, at the hospital campus at 330 Arkansas.
“Even one prescription is enough to get someone addicted to opioids. We have to be careful prescribing. There are still risks that need to be discussed.”
Erica Hill, finance and operations manager for LMH Health Foundation, has been recognized in the 2019 Association for Healthcare Philanthropy 40 Under 40 List.
As our youngsters head back to school, how we think about progressing in education is how we should think about progressing strength training and injury prevention efforts for young athletes.
LMH Health and the LMH Health Foundation are excited about the new East Heights Family Care Clinic opening this fall.
While health indicators have improved for most Americans, some groups experience a disproportionate burden of preventable disease, death and disability. LMH Health is building programs and working with community partners to help bridge the health equity gap.
With the school year right around the corner, many student-athletes preparing for the upcoming season and are required to get a sports physical. Now is the time.
Practicing safe habits doesn’t have to be stressful — it can be fun. That’s the message of public safety and health agencies in Douglas County as they come together for the second annual Community Safety Fair from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Aug. 10, at South Park.
Thinking about heading back to school can be an exciting time. LMH Health wants to make sure that parents understand the importance of visiting your doctor and about the vaccine requirements for students enrolled in Lawrence Public Schools.
Contact your healthcare provider or local health department if you are at risk for coronavirus (COVID-19). If you need emergency care, our Emergency Department is still open to care for you.
For media inquiries related to LMH Health contact:Amy Northrop, Director of CommunicationPhone: 785-505-2931Email: Amy.Northrop@lmh.org