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Don’t Suffer with Atrial Fibrillation Atrial fibrillation is one of the most common heart rhythm disorders. Learn all about the causes, diagnosis and treatments at a free community seminar presented by St. Elizabeth PrimeWise on Thursday, November 13 at St. Elizabeth Ft. Thomas.
WLWT: NKY hospital tests protocols with Ebola patient drill Preparing for Ebola took a new step in Covington Wednesday as teams at St. Elizabeth Hospital drilled for the possibility that a patient would show up at their emergency room.
An Important Message from St. Elizabeth Healthcare Regarding Preparations for Ebola In our commitment to safety, St. Elizabeth Healthcare is following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to detect potential cases, protect our associates and respond appropriately. We have thousands nurses across our health system who are deeply trusted and spend more time at the bedside with patients and their families than any other caregiver.
WCPO 9 ON YOUR SIDE: Checkups: Tiny, leadless and wireless Nanostim pacemaker is being tested in the Tri-State If your heart rate is too slow, you may be a candidate for an artificial pacemaker -- especially if you have extreme fatigue and fainting spells.

A traditional pacemaker will regulate your heart rate by sending out electrical pulses through thin wires, called leads. The pacemaker's generator sits under the skin near the collarbone, sometimes leaving a noticeable lump.
St. Elizabeth Physicians Reports Patient Satisfaction and Quality Scores St. Elizabeth Physicians has decided to report the group’s patient satisfaction and quality scores publicly on its website in its quest to provide transparency of its performance to the community. The purpose is to provide easy access to quality and patient satisfaction ratings and help patients and consumers feel empowered to make informed decisions about their healthcare needs.

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