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Most people have heard about “the curve,” a depiction of the predicted surge of COVID-19 cases. LMH Health is working closely with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health to ensure they are prepared in all possible ways.
Here are two ways you can make an impact for those affected by challenges like COVID-19.
We’re constantly bombarded with messages about the best practices to prevent being infected with or spreading coronavirus. But what exactly should we do if we suspect we have it? What is the best way to prevent the virus?
LMH Health is implementing additional visitor restrictions, effective March 21. Read on to learn more.
We’ve received a number of questions about LMH Health’s Respiratory Evaluation Center, a specimen collection site. Read on to learn more about LMH Health’s effort to streamline COVID-19 screenings that have been requested by local healthcare providers.
Elective surgeries and endoscopy procedures at LMH Health will be canceled beginning Wednesday, March 18 through April 8.
LMH Health is limiting access to the hospital and clinics and has updated visitor restrictions, effective immediately. Read on to learn more.
While we understand that connecting with family members is incredibly important, LMH Health must ensure that we are limiting risk for our patients, visitors, staff, volunteers and the community. Read on to learn about additional changes to our visitor policy.
LMH Health is prepared to respond to COVID-19. Read on to learn more about the virus, how you can protect yourself and what steps we're taking to care for our patients, visitors, staff and community.
While we understand that connecting with family members is incredibly important, LMH Health must ensure that we are limiting risk for our patients, visitors, staff, volunteers and the community.
For media inquiries related to LMH Health contact:
Amy Northrop, Director of Communication