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UK finalizes deal to resume some pediatric heart surgeries

UK HealthCare and the Cincinnati Children's Hospital finalized an agreement that will bring some pediatric heart surgeries back to the University of Kentucky after a nearly four-year absence.

GOP views Kentucky election as victory over health care law

The election of a conservative outsider as Kentucky governor has given Republicans a laboratory to show the rest of the country how they'd replace President Barack Obama's health care law.

Beshear urges people to check out options on kynect

A new enrollment period is about to start for Kentuckians searching for coverage through the state's online health insurance marketplace.

UK HealthCare celebrates “kidney donor chain”

Participants in a "kidney donor chain" met for the first time in the Wethington Commons on UK's campus.

UK to resume pediatric heart care services

Pediatric heart care services will resume at the University of Kentucky

University of Kentucky cancels classes Friday

The University of Kentucky cancelled classes for Friday, March 6, 2015, due to the weather. UK HealthCare clinics and Hospitals will remain open.

2015 open enrollment for kynect ends Feb. 15

The deadline to enroll for healthcare coverage through kynect is midnight Sunday, Feb. 15.

Visitation Restrictions with UK Healthcare

In response to the increasing number of flu cases, on Monday UK HealthCare began implementing temporary inpatient visitation restrictions

UK HealthCare to Take Over Former Dillard’s Location

UK HealthCare has unveiled its plans to lease and remodel what used to be Dillard's at the Turfland Mall.

UPDATE: ‘Kynect’ Enrollments Up 121% Since Thanksgiving

The state says 100,000 people have now enrolled in its new health exchange program.

UPDATE: ‘Kynect’ Enrollments Up 121% Since Thanksgiving

The state says 100,000 people have now enrolled in its new health exchange program.

State Workers Rally for Raises

Bills go up but paychecks don’t seem to grow enough. State workers say they haven’t gotten a raise since 2009 but they say their healthcare costs continue to skyrocket.

State Workers Rally for Raises

Bills go up but paychecks don’t seem to grow enough. State workers say they haven’t gotten a raise since 2009 but they say their healthcare costs continue to skyrocket.

UK HealthCare, KODA Celebrate Organ Donors

This year, the names of 40 individuals who provided the gift of life through organ and tissue donation were read aloud during the official ceremony and unveiled on the Gift of Life wall.

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Wildcat fans have gameday fun despite restrictions: Some COVID-19 complaints

WTVQ got multiple complaints that some places might have had too many people, per COVID-19 regulations.