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Saint Joseph East recognized by with a Blue Distinction Center for Bariatric Surgery designation for the tenth year in a row!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 18
Saint Joseph Mount Sterling has been recognized by with a Blue Distinction Center for Maternity Care designation for the second consecutive year!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 17
Last year, KentuckyOne Health announced Terry Deis as the new president of Saint Joseph Mount Sterling. The Mount Sterling Advocate recently spoke to him about his background and what he has planned for the hospital. Learn more in this article!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 16
Saint Joseph Berea invites you to a free Luncheon Event on February 22 at Berea College from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.! Register for this event by calling 859.986.6520, or visit .
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 15
A defibrillator watches a heart beat by beat, second by second. Learn more in the latest HealthBreak!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 15
With underway, KentuckyOne Health is encouraging the community to talk to their physicians if they or a loved one are experiencing symptoms of irregular heartbeats, known as heart arrhythmias.
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 14
Forty lucky ladies will learn basketball fundamentals & shoot some hoops tomorrow on the hardwood of after winning our Facebook contest to participate in the 5th annual Women's 101 Clinic!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 14
What better day to start? Eating healthy for your heart doesn’t have to taste bad. Some of your favorite foods are on this list!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 13
Dr. Mark Duber, Flaget Memorial Hospital, discusses the benefits of outpatient total joint replacement.
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 12
Erin McGill with Our Lady of Peace discusses , and not letting it impact your quality of life.
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 11
In 2016, Pat Sutherland underwent a successful heart transplantation after battling cardiomyopathy, a condition making it difficult for the heart to pump blood to the body. Today, she's doing well and enjoying every aspect of life!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 10
Saint Joseph Martin was among 337 hospitals across the country, and one of two in Kentucky, to receive a five-star designation from the Hospital Compare website, part of the CMS Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating program!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 9
KentuckyOne Health is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the Heart Ball! Eric Conley, chair of this year's event stopped by to discuss how the event supports cardiovascular research, education and advocacy!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 9
What viral infection impacts more than 3 million Americans each winter? It’s the common cold!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 8
Learn more about Peripheral Artery Disease from Dr. Igor Voskresensky as he explains the symptoms.
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 8
It’s ! Enter to win 2 basketball game tickets by taking a quick quiz on heart health!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 8
Last month, in honor of Saint Joseph Hospital's 140th anniversary, a special Mass was held at Cathedral of Christ the King in Lexington to commemorate Saint Joseph's affiliation with the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 7
Jewish Hospital surgical tech & former "Lost Boy of Sudan" Martin Nhial fled his homeland after the Second Sudanese Civil War, and came to Louisville in the early 2000s. Today a celebration was held at Jewish Hospital in honor of him being reunited with his family.
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 7
You want to lower your cholesterol and blood pressure, reduce joint pain, help control blood sugar… but how? Attend a free weight loss seminar to learn more!
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KentuckyOne Health Feb 6
It's and KentuckyOne Health wants to educate the community on keeping your heart healthy. Different heart conditions can put you at risk for developing or stroke later in life. Learn from the !
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