Tag: Centura

Physician-approved Travel Tips

With stay-at-home restrictions easing across the region, and our upcoming 4th of July holiday, many Kansans are considering making their inaugural trips away from home – but is it safe? And how do we manage to travel in a way that’s still fun, while staying sensitive to current guidelines? Centura […]

Centura-St. Catherine Hospital nurses settling into new normal

As frontline caregivers in Centura Health – St. Catherine Hospital’s battle against COVID-19, Registered Nurses Kaylee Chavez and KayLoni Sandoval admit they have never experienced anything quite like the pandemic that has spanned the globe and continues to infect people at an alarming rate. The virus can spread rapidly and […]

COVID-19 Impacts May Not Be Felt Yet for Class of 2020

Many adults have been adjusting to their disrupted life for the past two months, but the emotional impacts on high school seniors may be delayed – and that is concerning mental health providers at Centura Health. Consider the class of 2020 did not have prom, their final semester of sports, […]

ICYMI–Weekly Recap May 10, 2020

It’s been awhile since we did a weekly recap, we’ve just had so much GOOD news coming to us to report! In case you missed some stories from this past week, here are the top five stories from the Greater Garden City site. Happy Mother’s Day and we wish you […]

Great Ways to Donate During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As our communities pull together in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Centura Health is incredibly grateful for the influx of donated supplies. To help manage these donations as effectively as possible and limit potential for exposure to both donors and our caregivers, we are working on setting up drop […]

My Hope’ Grief Support Group Meeting February 11

St. Catherine Hospice Chaplain Rev. Gerry Dupuis will be leading the Tuesday, February 11, meeting of “My Hope,” a support group for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one. The group meets from noon to 1 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at High Plains […]