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8.12.2016
Greater Cincinnati hospital system forges alliance with university “The health of our student-athletes is a top priority,” Ken Bothof, director of athletics at NKU, said in a statement issued by the university. “St. Elizabeth and Commonwealth Orthopaedics join us in our commitment to enhancing the experience of our student-athletes through world-class care.”
8.11.2016
NKU Athletics announces partnership with St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Commonwealth Orthopaedic The Northern Kentucky University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has partnered with St. Elizabeth Healthcare and Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers to provide medical services to the more the 250 student-athletes who compete for the Norse.
8.4.2016
LOCAL 12: Hydration critical for football players both before and after practicing in the heat These warmer temperatures are adding to the danger for teens who are now starting daily practice for high school football, but athletic trainers have some advice on staying safe from the dangers of the heat.
8.1.2016
St. Elizabeth chief: ‘No CEO should know as much about heroin as I do’ Needle-exchange programs can dramatically reduce both the spread of Hepatitis C and the rising financial cost of the heroin epidemic in Northern Kentucky, says Garren Colvin, CEO of St. Elizabeth Healthcare.
7.27.2016
NKY TRIBUNE: Garren Colvin: Into second year as head of St. E. with two long lists — Accomplishments and More To Do Garren Colvin now has more than a year behind him as President and CEO of St. Elizabeth Healthcare but to say he has “settled into” the job would be the height of inaccuracy.

He just isn’t the kind of guy who “settles.”

It would be fairer to say – but still short of total accuracy – that he hit the ground running and is still picking up speed since that day last June when he got the job of his dreams with the institution he had worked for since his college days at Thomas More.


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