SL2 Program – Saving Limbs, Saving Lives
The SL2 Program at St. Luke’s Medical Center and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital is designed to significantly reduce the risk and need of limb amputations resulting from vascular disease.
Approximately 60% of all amputations are preventable — resulting in 1.2 million limbs saved and 648,000 lives saved.
By detecting vascular disease and diabetes at their earliest stages, health care providers participating in the SL2 Program work together to effectively manage and treat the diseases, and as a result, help individuals…
- Improve quality of life
- Reduce health issues
- Save limbs and save lives