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Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) is a national faith-based health organization.
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CHI Jun 27
Alina's "why?" A love for people, change and variety. Do you work in health care? Share your "why?" with us in the comments!
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Centura Health Jun 12
Our Linear Accelerator delivers radiation beams to tumors and lesions. It's a device we use in our fight to —and our affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of , also helps us elevate our care. Learn more:
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CHI Saint Joseph Health Jun 17
This summer, we're working with  to build a  home. Future homeowner Mona Ashby will be working alongside volunteers to help build her home. She says this is the biggest and best blessing she has ever received. Follow our progress:
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CHI Jun 24
Are you willing to trade an hour to find out whether you're cancer-free? A screening can be as simple as a quick physical exam and PSA test that requires a blood sample. Talk to your doctor and find out if a screening is right for you.
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CHI Jun 18
Inna's "why?" Helping people when they feel most vulnerable. Do you work in health care? Share your "why?" with us in the comments!
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CHI Jun 17
As with most cancers, early detection is key to treating effectively. Even if you're in your 40s, it's not too early to talk with your doctor about screening. If everything checks out, you should still return to your doctor for another screening every 2-3 years.
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CHI Saint Joseph Health Jun 10
CHI Saint Joseph Health has HOPE because of students like these and we graciously stand together as a united front against violence. .
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CHI Saint Joseph Health Jun 10
Our Green Dot anti-bullying campaign in the local high schools has given rise to local students who want to deepen their commitment to stop bullying and other forms of power-based violence.
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CHI Saint Joseph Health Jun 10
CHI Saint Joseph Health and Flaget Memorial Hospital are committed to a violence-free community. We are standing with the , , and to  on this national day of awareness to end all forms of violence.
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Peace Dominicans Jun 6
Tomorrow is Friday - a day to be aware of violence and consider how we might prevent it. and are working together to address and prevent violence to create healthier communities.
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CHI Jun 13
Jan's "why?" Making a difference in just one person's life. Do you work in health care? Share your "why?" with us in the comments!
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CHI Jun 10
Join us in toasting Sr. Carol Keehan for her tireless advocacy. Watch to celebrate her brilliant career.
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CHI Jun 10
Prostate cancer affects 1 in 9 men. Knowing it's this common means it's more important to get checked. It also means that you're not alone, there are lots of treatment options and available support.
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CHI Jun 6
Zucchini: everyone's favorite superpowered green banana.
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CHI Jun 4
Aretha's "why?" Helping people feel comfortable. Do you work in health care? Share your "why?" with us in the comments!
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CHI Jun 3
It's a fact of life—as you age, even if you're active and eat healthy, your body needs more care and attention. For men over 50, the risk of developing prostate cancer increases, so it's especially important to be proactive.
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CHI Jun 3
Storytelling with data is essential for most organizations. Data must clearly identify the situation and be actionable to support critical thinking and intelligent decisions.
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CHI May 31
The reason Keith does it—being part of a strong, uplifting community. We’re telling the story of why CHI employees work in health care. Share your reason why with us in the replies!
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CHI May 30
A good diet, adequate exercise, and choosing not to smoke decrease your chances of having a . A family history of strokes increases your own chances. Know the risk factors and the symptoms, and call 911 very, VERY quickly if you think you're having one.
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CHI May 30
Not applying sunscreen can be very harmful to our skin. has tips on how we can protect ourselves from the sun.
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