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7.22.2014
LOCAL 12: Medical Edge - Grief Camp for Kids An 8-year-old boy got some help after the loss of his dad from St. Elizabeth Healthcare and a horse.

Most people don't get to share their grief standing in a stable.  But Ben said Porter, his horse at The Potters Ranch, just seemed to listen when he told him about his dad.
7.21.2014
Shop & Dine Event Features Opportunity for Back-to-School Shopping Join the St. Elizabeth Foundation and Crestview Hills Town Center on Thursday, August 7 for a fun afternoon of shopping, dining and sharing. On this day, many of the merchants and restaurants at Crestview Hills Town Center will share a percentage of their proceeds with the St. Elizabeth Foundation to support youth programming and health.
7.16.2014
The Bank of Kentucky and R.C. Durr Foundation Invests $1.25 Million to Create Heart Healthy Community The Bank of Kentucky has made a major investment to improve the heart health of our region. St. Elizabeth Foundation announced that The Bank of Kentucky and R.C. Durr Foundation have committed $1.25 million toward the St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute campaign.
7.10.2014
St. Elizabeth Offers Electrophysiology in Grant County Cardiac electrophysiologists with St. Elizabeth Physicians and St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute are opening an outreach office in Grant County.
7.8.2014
BUSINESS COURIER: Why a local manufacturer invested $300,000 in on-site medical clinic for employees 

Doug Cain, CEO of Mubea North America, said the automotive parts manufacturer invested about $300,000 to build and equip a medical clinic for its employees, which will open Wednesday at one of its six plants in Northern Kentucky.

 



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