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Kentucky House approves $35M loan for hospital acquisition

A bill passed in the Kentucky House that would loan the University of Louisville $35 million to support its acquisition of a health care system.

Free seminar in Lexington to address signs of anxiety in children and teens

Seminar will help parents identify when their children and teens may be feeling anxious.

KentuckyOne Health rebranded CHI Saint Joseph Health

CHI Saint Joseph Health announced Tuesday it will replace the KentuckyOne Health name as part of the health care system's new strategic plan.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare to purchase Saint Joseph Martin hospital and clinics

Appalachian Regional Healthcare purchases Saint Joseph Martin and its four rural health clinics in Floyd County.

KentuckyOne Health to sever ties with doctors to cut costs

KentuckyOne Health will terminate employment contracts with about 25 doctors as a cost-cutting measure.

Annual maternity fair offers “free delivery” in giveaway

An annual fair helping women learn about pregnancy resources is scheduled for the end of April.

Colon Cancer Awareness Month! Risks and Reduction- KentuckyOne Health

It's Colon Cancer Awareness Month & KentuckyOne Health wants to make sure you're informed about the facts! Dr. June Yong lets hosts Katie and Lyssa know about early detection, treatment, and regular screenings.

Diabetes Expo – KentuckyOne Health

Did you know more than 29 million American suffer from diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association? Watch as Claudia & Amanda of KentuckyOne Health Saint Joseph East breakdown those statistics and tell us more about an event in town to educate the community on this health issue.

$40K donation allows helps expansion of cancer care at Saint Joseph East

The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, part of KentuckyOne Health, says they've received $40,000 in donations that helped with the expansion of KentuckyOne Health Cancer Care at Saint Joseph East.

Mammograms & Breast Cancer – KentuckyOne Health

Doug High sits down with Dr. Richard Budde, with KentuckyOne Health, to talk about the importance of mammograms when it comes to early detection of breast cancer in women.

“Peace for Parents” Seminars- KentuckyOne Health

Lisa Prewitt of KentuckyOne Health has some great news for parent's looking for ways on how to deal with their child's behavioral issues. Watch to find out about two upcoming seminars tackling issues that affect many children and teenagers nationwide, both in the home and at school!

KentuckyOne Health alters visitation policy to prevent spread of flu

Temporary policies have been enacted in KentuckyOne Health facilities limiting visitation in an effort to prevent spreading the flu.

$10K Grant for Program Providing Mammograms to Women in Need

The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, part of KentuckyOne Health, has been awarded at $10,000 grant from the Lexington Cancer Foundation to help assist the foundation’s "Yes, Mamm!" program, which provides mammography screenings and diagnostic services to women in need in central and eastern Kentucky.

Go Red for Women – American Heart Association

Katie Solove sits down with Dr. Richard Blake and Lisa Bellafato to talk about Go Red for Women Day, which aims to raise awareness of heart disease in women.

St. Joseph Closes Out Breast Cancer Awareness Month With “Pink-A-Boo”

In honor of the last day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month the staff at Saint Joseph Hospital hosted a "Pink-A-Boo" event on Monday.

Women’s Hospital at Saint Joseph East receives $50K grant

The Women's Hospital at Saint Joseph East will receive one of the WHAS Crusade for Children's largest grants ever in the Lexington area, providing funding to help Kentucky's most vulnerable children.

Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation announces new board member

The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation announced the appointment of Daryl Love as a new board member on Monday.

KentuckyOne Health: Returning student athletes should get sports physicals

Students are heading back to class, and in many cases, back to the field or court.

St. Joseph Hospital & St. Joseph East recognized in U.S. News & World Report

Saint Joseph East and Saint Joseph Hospital, both part of KentuckyOne Health, have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as being two of the best hospitals in 2016-17 for treating heart failure.

Surgeon: Budget, staffing cuts make UofL hospital unsafe

Surgeon says staffing cuts by KentuckyOne health at U of L Hospital have made it "unsafe" for the care of seriously ill and injured patients.

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