The COVID-19 pandemic put a lot of stress on health care workers in the Kansas City metro as they worked around the clock putting their own lives on the line.

At Saint Luke's North Hospital, a pilot program called When Caring Hurts is being used to help its workers.

KSHB talked to Deb Wriedt, director of Behavioral Health and Risk Management at Saint Luke's, Amy Adkison, nurse and clinical education specialist, and Heather Fritz, patient advocate at Saint Luke's North, about the unique program. 

Watch the full story below.


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