Tag: st catherine hospital

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 […]

Extra Precautions for Common Errands

As our communities transition to “Safer-at-Home” status, Centura Health wants to share important guidance with older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions like lung disease, heart disease and diabetes, that places them at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. “While many of us are […]

Centura Health Facilitating Connections for COVID-19 Patients

Recognizing the importance of familiar connections in the healing process, Centura Health is using iPads and virtual meeting technology to fill the critically important needs of patients isolated with the COVID-19 infection to connect with their loved ones. “The infectious nature of coronavirus has made it difficult for families to […]

In Case You Missed It—April 10, 2020

Here’s a rundown of the most popular posts from our Facebook and website pages from this week, just in case you missed them! NEW KANSAS SOCIAL DISTANCING RACES ANNOUNCED A local Garden City man continues his marathon training, even after his race has been postponed due to COVID-19.  He’s organized […]

BAA donates snack baskets to St. Catherine Hospital

By Mike Pilosof The Broncbuster Athletic Association announced on Monday that it was donating several food and snack baskets to St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City to show its’ gratitude towards the nurses, doctors and first-responders working on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. BAA President, Doyle McGraw, issued […]