Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Saint Luke’s Health System is committed to providing exceptional care for all patients and a safe and healthy atmosphere for our team.

High blood pressure is one of the most neglected health conditions and, second only to nicotine, the most preventable risk factor.

Allen County Regional Hospital recently joined the Million Hearts Collaboration and now has a new blood pressure kiosk to help local residents easily track their numbers.

The Iola Register talked to Dr. Tracy Stevens, cardiologist and medical director of Saint Luke's Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center, about how to keep track of your blood pressure and understand your numbers.

Read the full Iola Register story: Under pressure: Focus on health

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