St. Luke’s Highlights Houston’s Health Care Excellence in ‘Innovation Health’ Series

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HOUSTON (March 26, 2024) – St. Luke’s Health this week launched “Innovating Health,” a 6-part video series focused on the world-class health care innovation and excellence in Greater Houston. The premiere episode explores how the Texas Medical Center is at the forefront of advancing life sciences by bringing together the greatest minds in medicine to deliver the most advanced care available.

Episode one includes interviews with Bill McKeon, president and chief executive officer of the Texas Medical Center; Steve Kean, president and CEO of the Greater Houston Partnership; and Doug Lawson, president of CommonSpirit Health’s South Region, which includes St. Luke’s Health.

“What better way to kick off this new series than with a look at how the Texas Medical Center is at the forefront of innovating health for millions of people through cross-institutional collaboration, creativity, and innovation,” said Lawson.

Production services are provided by Houston Public Media as part of the outlet’s Community Catalyst initiative. Episodes will be published at “Innovating Health” follows the Emmy-winning “TESTED” and “ExamiNATION,” also produced by HPM for St. Luke’s.

About St. Luke’s Health
St. Luke’s Health is home to 16 hospitals covering Houston, Brazos Valley, Brazosport, and Lufkin and includes Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, the research and teaching hospital for Baylor College of Medicine. St. Luke’s Health is also home to the Texas Heart ®Institute (THI), the top-ranked heart center in Houston, and the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center, a nationally accredited, NCI-designated cancer center. Its integrated network of care includes more than 380 employed and 1,600 clinically aligned network providers, and more than 21,000 employees, providers, interns, and volunteers delivering high-value, nationally-ranked quality care within a Christian ministry of healing. St. Luke’s Health is a part of CommonSpirit Health.

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