St. Elizabeth Healthcare joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network five years ago, after becoming the first healthcare system in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana to pass the rigorous review process required to become a member of the group. Click here to read more.
St. Elizabeth will provide a gift of $2.5 million to support a tuition scholarship program for the University of Kentucky medical school program in Northern Kentucky. Click here to read the full news release.
Live better and live longer by getting a cardiovascular screening on the St. Elizabeth mobile van. Find out when we will be in your neighborhood and book your screening today.
Users can access their current medications and medical history and easily schedule their next appointment, all online.
We are dedicated to helping our associates reach their career goals not only by offering competitive benefits and career development programs, but also by creating a community to foster excellence among our team members.
We provide award winning healthcare to Northern Kentucky, Greater Cincinnati and Southeastern Indiana. Our physician recruitment team ensures that our community has access to high quality healthcare providers.
Volunteering at St. Elizabeth is a commitment that not only helps others, but is personally rewarding too. We have teen, college student, and adult volunteer opportunities. We look forward to connecting with you!
Care Cards SEND ENCOURAGEMENT TO A LOVED ONE IN THE HOSPITAL
Do you have a friend or family member in the hospital? Send some encouragement by sending a Care Card. This program is free.
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Featured PhysicianElizabeth Velazquez, MD
When you have a loved one being cared for in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), it can be very “intense.” Elizabeth Hlebak, RN in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at St. Elizabeth Edgewood, understands the journey you may be on and has some advice for you. She said, “The first thing to understand is there
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The American Cancer Society recommends an annual screening mammogram starting at the age of 40.
Do you need to lose at least 10 pounds? The St. Elizabeth Physicians Weight Management Center now offers comprehensive, medically-managed weight loss and weight maintenance programs that are individualized just for you.
In this 5 week series, expectant couples learn about essential exercises, nutrition, breathing techniques, relaxation and massage.
The CardioVascular Mobile Health Unit (CVMHU) provides cardiovascular screenings at locations throughout the community.
We’re hiring! St. Elizabeth Healthcare is hosting open interviews for upcoming RN Graduates and Nursing Students.
Freshstart is a FREE 4-week smoking cessation program developed by the American Cancer Society and offered to you by St. Elizabeth Healthcare.
Brings couples up to date on delivery at The Family Birth Pace. Breathing techniques, relaxation, massage, comfort measures, coping tools and positions for labor and delivery are covered.
Training for the 2018 Summer Teen Volunteer Program
- Registration is for NEW teen volunteers only; if you have previously volunteered at St. Elizabeth Healthcare, please call (859) 301-2140
- Minimum age to volunteer in this program is 14
- Teens are registering to volunteer for the Summer Program which runs from June - August, 2018; required training in May, 2018
- Volunteers commit to a regular weekly shift of 3 - 4 hours of service
- To obtain documentation of service hours, volunteers must complete a minimum of 8 weeks of volunteer service during program dates
St. Elizabeth Physicians is the multi-specialty physician organization of St. Elizabeth Healthcare, one of the oldest, largest, and most respected medical providers in the Greater Cincinnati region.
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