Recently, there have been articles and letters to the editor regarding the change in cardiology services available at Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan. One of the primary goals in this recent decision was to provide more consistent local cardiology care to patients at Ascension Via Christi Hospital. We would like to address some of the concerns we’ve heard and hopefully, provide some clarification to the recent changes that were put into effect this month.
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Thanks to financial support from Ascension, residents of Kansas City, Mo., soon will have greater access to behavioral health services.
Ascension is partnering with the city to help fund a new mental-health assessment and triage center being developed in downtown Kansas City. Ascension will contribute $20 million over 10 years to the effort, continuing the national health ministry’s more than 100-year legacy of serving the Kansas City community.
Nine days after Patsy Hurst had a total knee replacement in her right knee, Via Christi Home Health physical therapist Elly Wilber is at Patsy’s home just southwest of Pittsburg. Wilber is about halfway through her post-surgery two-week therapy regimen with Patsy.
This is Patsy’s second total knee replacement this year — she had her left knee replaced in March.
When Patsy, 84, started exploring her options with her knees, she says they asked her which knee was the bad one.
The Little Clinic, now located inside select Wichita-area Dillons stores, is working with Ascension Via Christi to provide convenient routine health care services to patients in the Wichita community.
Nationwide, pedestrian injury is one of the leading causes of injury-related death for children ages 5 to 14 — leading Ascension Via Christi and Kohl's Cares to develop Kohl's Safety Town, a community-based interactive pedestria
According to the American Diabetes Association, 29.1 million children and adults in the United States — 9.3 percent of the population — have diabetes. Nearly 2 million new cases are diagnosed each year; however, of the 29 million living with diabetes, 8.1 million are undiagnosed.
Do you have too much to do? Too many things on your plate? Too many school finals? Balls in the air? Of course you do. It wouldn't be 21st century America if you didn't have to be somewhere across town five minutes ago.
Yet there are still those who need just a little more of an edge to get everything done, and for them the answer is the energy drink. From time to time I have been asked various questions about energy drinks: What's in them? Are they safe for me to drink? The most honest and brief response is, I don't know. In the strictest sense, no one really knows.