Saint Luke's Stories

Every day our donors' contributions make an impact on patient care in ways big and small.

Here are few examples of patient families who've experienced the compassionate, high-quality care for which Saint Luke's is known and recognized.

Von Mosch Family's story

Ivan and Ella Von Mosch aced their newborn hearing tests. So their mother was surprised...and heartbroken...when she received the news: Her infants had mysteriously become deaf. For help, the family turned to Saint Luke's Midwest Ear Institute, a leader in cochlear implantation, for a new way to hear...and a new normal.


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John Liezert's story

While a student at the University of Kansas, John was struck by what he thought was a very bad cold. He was weak and short of breath. And he didn't get better. He soon learned that he had a life-threatening heart condition that would put him on the transplant list...


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John Kelly's story

When John awoke one cold January morning, he told his wife he had a severe headache. Then suddenly he fell off the bed, confused and paralyzed on his left side. What would happen next was a literal stroke of luck...


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Angel Robbins' story

For Pamela and Glen Robbins a long-awaited pregnancy suddenly became a roller coaster ride when Pamela's water broke at only 24 weeks. Their tiny Angel was born soon after and quickly taken to Saint Luke's Hospital's intensive care nursery...