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Articles with the Tag: St. Luke Community Healthcare

Healthcare survey deadline approaching

During the past month, some residents of Lake County have been filling out a survey designed to identify local healthcare needs. The survey, sent to a random sample of homes, will help St. Luke Community Healthcare identify health services needed throughout the Mission Valley and St. Luke service area. &l...

Drug recall doesn’t affect St. Luke Hospital

RONAN — Recent national news stories about meningitis deaths from steroid injections have raised the question of how safe the drugs may be here in the local area. Greg Weller, pharmacist at St. Luke Community Healthcare in Ronan, reassures that none of the steroid injections available for patients a...

Residents to be surveyed on healthcare

Many residents of Lake County may soon be receiving a survey form in their mailbox. This survey, sent to a random sample of homes in the next two months, will help St. Luke Community Hospital, Ronan, identify the health services needed in the communities. This information will be used for strategic planning,...

Western-themed fundraiser supports St. Luke

RONAN — “A trip back in time.” That is the theme for this year’s 12th annual St. Luke Community Foundation dinner Sept. 14 at the Ronan Community Center and Fairgrounds. A Special Ronan Centennial Soiree will feature photos and fun facts focusing on the first 100 years of existence...

Winners repeat at Buffalo Run Winners repeat at Buffalo Run

ST. IGNATIUS – For 30 years, the annual Good Old Days Buffalo Run has drawn runners from all over the country. However, for the first time in anyone’s recollection, the run sponsored by St. Luke Community Healthcare had a runner from Waterloo, Belgium, entered in the 4-mile race. He was Ben Kestn...

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