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  • Kansas announces updated COVID-19 vaccination priority groups 1/8/2021

    Read more about COVID-19 vaccinations and an update to vaccination priority groups in Kansas.

  • Unified Command working to vaccinate county's healthcare workers 1/8/2021

    Unified Command partners are working together to get the vaccine into Douglas County health care workers’ arms efficiently as the doses are shipped here from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

  • COVID-19 vaccination update: January 5, 2021 1/5/2021

    The first COVID-19 vaccines have arrived at LMH Health. While this is an exciting milestone, it will take time for vaccines to become widely available to all who want or need them. Read on for more information.

  • 3 things to know about the COVID-19 vaccine 12/28/2020

    We know you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Here are three things you should know.

  • LMH Health Receives First Round of COVID-19 Vaccines 12/16/2020

    With a sense of calmness but excitement, Shannon Fletcher, LMH Health Respiratory Care manager and a licensed registered Respiratory Therapist, received the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine today.

  • Well-being group: A collaborative effort to provide resources to support community during pandemic 12/11/2020

    “I have been asked if Bert Nash has any online resources/exercises/links that would help people who are experiencing low energy or light depression during these seasonal days of COVID." Help is available on a new community resource website hosted by Lawrence Douglas County Public Health:

  • COVID-19 Vaccination Plan 12/8/2020

    Lawrence, KS – As we begin to anticipate the release of the COVID-19 vaccine, it is important to share where LMH Health is at in this process. In collaboration with Lawrence Douglas County Public Health Department (LDCPH), LMH Health will be rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine in a phased approach as guided by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE).

  • Maintaining Staffing Levels During a Pandemic 11/23/2020

    As COVID-19 positive numbers increase in our communities and many persons require inpatient services, our own workforce – nurses, physicians, technicians and more – are also impacted by the virus.

  • The Holidays and COVID-19 11/20/2020

    The holidays are just around the corner and we are ready to bring on the joy, the laughter, the fun times, good memories and time with the ones we love most. However, many people are concerned about how to approach the holidays this year with COVID-19.

  • Gratitude for LMH Health staff 11/18/2020

    Our providers, the staff and the administration of LMH Health worked and sacrifice selflessly to make certain their neighbors are not lacking...

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COVID-19 Safety

Keeping you safe is our top priority

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, contact your healthcare provider or local health department. If you need emergency care, our Emergency Department is open to care for you.

Visitor hours and policies at Lawrence Memorial Hospital and LMH Health clinics may change as we continue to monitor the virus in our community.

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