Accomplished Healthcare Executive Brings Experience and Leadership to Role at Community’s Preferred Healthcare Provider
July 22, 2014
Lee’s Summit Medical Center (LSMC), part of HCA Midwest Health System — Kansas City’s leading healthcare provider — has appointed John C. Heurtin, CPA, as Chief Financial Officer. Heurtin assumed his responsibilities mid-June of overseeing the financial, accounting and budgetary functions at the 64-bed, full-service, acute-care hospital, which is both an Accredited Chest Pain Center and a Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center.
HCA Midwest Health System Leads Fund-Raising Effort For Second Consecutive Year in American Heart Association’s 2014 Heart Walk
July 21, 2014
For the second consecutive year, Team HCA Midwest Health System was the top fundraiser at the American Heart Association (AHA) Heart Walk on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 in Kansas City, Mo., raising $101,657. Friendly competition between HCA Midwest Health System hospitals brought 22 teams together for this worthy cause, with 710 employees, family members and friends being registered walkers and runners.
June 23, 2014
Exposure to high temperatures, particularly when combined with high humidity and strenuous physical activity can lead to heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Fortunately, heat exhaustion is preventable, says Dr. Michael Raymond Watts, an Emergency Physician at Lee’s Summit Medical Center.
June 18, 2014
A Lee's Summit father said he's lucky to be alive this Father's Day. Brian West, 49, underwent six heart bypasses after having a heart attack in February.
You Don’t Have To Live With Urinary Incontinence. In Most Cases, Simple Lifestyle Changes Or Medical Treatment Can Ease Or Eliminate Symptoms
June 02, 2014
Did you know one in four women over 18 suffer from urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control? It’s a stigmatized, underreported condition that is erroneously thought to be a normal part of aging. Dr. Megan Sneed, OB/GYN, with Lee’s Summit Women’s Care and Lee’s Summit Medical Center says that in most cases, simple lifestyle changes or medical treatment can ease discomfort or stop urinary incontinence.