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, Flaget Memorial Hospital was recently awarded with the 2017 Outstanding Achievement Award by the Commission on Cancer for its cancer program and the high quality of care provided to patients. Learn more from .
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 19
Veteran Jim Burke, 92, knows battle. He's seen WWII, The Korean War, Operation Greenhouse & has faced 29 bouts with cancer, making him a frequent visitor to Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, but his faith has guided him through it all. Story via .
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 18
Last week was the Midsummer Night's Run in Lexington, which raised more than $2,000 for the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation's Yes, Mamm! Program. KentuckyOne Health loved being a sponsor of this wonderful event!
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 17
Register today for the Yes, Mamm! 5K on 10/13. Proceeds raised at this event benefit the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation's Yes, Mamm! Program, which provides mammography screening and diagnostic testing for the underinsured.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 16
Physicians recommend that everyone have a doctor's visit and physical each year whether they have been sick that year or not. Watch as Juan Martinez explains the importance.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 16
August is , and KentuckyOne Health visited to discuss this stomach disorder and raise awareness of the disease.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 15
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Hello. We would like to speak to you directly about your experience. Please call us at 859-967-5596. Thank you!
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 15
Did you know 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime? 3D mammography is NOW available at Flaget Memorial Hospital to help with earlier detection! Click here to learn more:
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 15
It's the first day of school for many students in Kentucky, and we want your child to be in tip-top health before, during and after school. Check out this Q&A we held last week focusing on health!
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 14
For many students in the Commonwealth, tomorrow begins the 2018/2019 school year. KentuckyOne Health encourages the community to follow these tips to keep the entire family healthy.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 13
Dr. Ricardo Ferreira with KentuckyOne Health Primary Care Associates is talking back-to-school health today on to prepare parents as kids are heading back to class!
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 13
August is National Breastfeeding Month! Breastfeeding is important for both mothers and children. Research has shown that being breastfed can lead to a healthier life for babies. Click here to learn more:
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 13
KentuckyOne Health is making it a priority to gain understanding and lessen the stigma when it comes to mental health, expanding services at Our Lady of Peace in recent years. Learn more from .
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 12
Flaget Memorial Hospital names Marlene Hardin, RN, as this quarter's Daisy Award winner and Jan Simpson, social worker, as this quarter's Rose Award winner.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 11
We're ecstatic to see some familiar names on 's Top Surgeons 2018 list. Thank you for providing quality surgical care to KentuckyOne Health patients. You work does not go unnoticed!
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 10
Thank you for joining us for the Live Q&A. To learn more about how to keep your child healthy this school year, visit . Thank you to our participants from and Dr. Offutt!
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 10
Teachers can help prevent the spread of germs in the classroom by wiping down frequently used surfaces with antibacterial products, and encouraging quality hand-washing techniques.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 10
Q: What are the warning of mental health issues in children? A: Changes in sleep, grades, friend groups, eating habits or loss of interest can all be warning signs. Stay connected with your child and be sure you're in-the-know of any mental health concerns.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 10
Q: Are more germs shared in the lunchroom or the classroom? A: Germs are shared everywhere. Hand-washing is a great way to prevent the spread of germs. Be sure that children wash their hands properly after using the restroom and when they return home from school.
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KentuckyOne Health Aug 10
It’s critical for students to get physical education designed to develop motor skills, knowledge and behaviors for physical fitness and activity.
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