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2.2.2016
COMMUNITY RECORDER: Heart attack surprises Florence resident The pressure between her shoulder blades would not let up.

And when Karen Lugo, who is always cold, started sweating, her son called 911.

“I had no idea that I was having a heart attack,” said Lugo, who lives in Florence.
1.28.2016
Kentucky Healthcare Collaborative Ten Kentucky Healthcare Systems Form State-wide Healthcare Collaborative: Regional and community health systems throughout the Commonwealth partner to reverse Kentucky’s poor health statistics, share best practices and prepare for a population health model of care delivery.
 
1.22.2016
COMMUNITY RECORDER: Walt Disney autograph brings thrift shop $2,500 The Second Time Around Thrift Shop accepts hundreds of donations of gently used items throughout the year.

“We sort through the donations and price them for $1, $2, $3,” shop volunteer manager Carol Cleves said. It’s pretty routine work and the items are typically nothing out of the ordinary.

However, Cleves came across the donation of a framed picture of Mickey Mouse a few months ago. In the bottom corner of the matte was an autograph addressed to “Bill.”

“It was difficult to make out the signature,” Cleves said. “But I was pretty sure it said, ‘Walt Disney.’”
1.15.2016
St. Elizabeth Healthcare Partners with Air Evac Lifeteam St. Elizabeth and Air Evac Lifeteam have joined forces to increase air medical services coverage in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana with a new base in Grant County. The base scheduled to open on January 15 and located on the campus of St. Elizabeth in Williamstown will ensure even more residents in the region will have access to life-saving medical care. The coverage area extends for a 70-mile radius from Williamstown.
1.8.2016
ENQUIRER: St. E, Yale target inpatient heart attack deaths St. Elizabeth Healthcare is fortunate to be part of a groundbreaking study looking at how to reduce inpatient heart attack deaths by influencing organizational culture. For this study, inpatient heart attack deaths means someone dies while in the hospital following a heart attack.


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