• Read this Month

    Read this Month's Edition!

    Our new employee newsletter focuses on celebrating extraordinary employees living our mutual commitment to the KentuckyOne Health Promise. Read the September edition featuring Becky McKinney and Heather Rudder, and share your story ideas.

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  • KentuckyOne Celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage

    KentuckyOne Celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage

    During Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15, watch for a selection of food items in our various cafeterias reflective of the culture. And watch for other activities to celebrate the wonderful Hispanic-Latino culture!

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  • Mandatory Influenza Vaccine Program Begins

    Mandatory Influenza Vaccine Program Begins

    KentuckyOne Health is requiring all employees to participate in an influenza vaccine program this year. You must complete your influenza education in LEARN and receive your vaccine by Oct. 31.

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  • Focusing on People and Our Promise

    Focusing on People and Our Promise

    In the past year we have focused on our people, working to make our recruitment, retention and engagement efforts even better. We’re continuing that momentum by introducing the KentuckyOne Health Promise.

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  • Culture Quiz Now Open

    Culture Quiz Now Open

    How much do you know about the KentuckyOne culture concepts? Be among the first 100 people to correctly answer 8 of the 10 multiple choice questions and you’ll receive 20 recognition points.

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  • Refer a Friend and Earn Extra Money

    Refer a Friend and Earn Extra Money

    Earning extra money is easy when you refer a friend to come work with you at KentuckyOne Health. The employee referral program is now offering $1,000 for referring friends to us who are imaging professionals, laboratory professionals and many more ...

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  • ITS Transformation 646 Progress Update

    ITS Transformation 646 Progress Update

    KentuckyOne Health Information Technology Services (ITS) is working to improve our IT infrastructure. By fall, we expect fewer outages, elimination of slowness and freezing, and improved user experience. Stay up-to-date on the latest progress and highlights ...

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Free Legal Forms & Tools Available to Employees

Free Legal Forms & Tools Available to Employees

KentuckyOne Health

Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers an excellent source of legal information and forms, free of charge, for KentuckyOne Health employees and their families ...

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New Process for Product Review Requests

New Process for Product Review Requests

KentuckyOne Health

CHI’s supply chain operations team has begun using a new process for reviewing products that CHI facilities and other locations – including those within KentuckyOne Health – request for purchase.

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New, Improved IRIS Incident Reporting System Launches Oct. 4

New, Improved IRIS Incident Reporting System Launches Oct. 4

KentuckyOne Health

You will access IRIS 2.0 the same way, but will notice some simplifications that make reporting faster and easier.

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Sept. 27 is National Voter Registration Day

Sept. 27 is National Voter Registration Day

KentuckyOne Health

It’s almost here! Election Day, Nov. 8, is just six weeks away. We encourage you to check your registration status and make sure you can vote on that day ...

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Annual Leadership Excellence Awards Presented

Annual Leadership Excellence Awards Presented

KentuckyOne Health

Three individuals have received the Second Annual KentuckyOne Health Leadership Excellence Award. These leaders exemplify the core values and leadership commitments, as well as demonstrate excellent performance outcomes in the following areas: employee engagement, employee retention and service excellence.

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Capture Attention and More Helpful Tips

Capture Attention and More Helpful Tips

KentuckyOne Health

Represent KentuckyOne professionally in all email correspondence, observing our core values and adhering to our email guidelines. Learn quick tips for using our email system effectively, and respectfully ...

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ITS Transformation 646 Approach: Windows 2003 Server Upgrades Making a Difference

ITS Transformation 646 Approach: Windows 2003 Server Upgrades Making a Difference

KentuckyOne Health

We are upgrading Windows 2003 servers to a newer version of Windows for improved stability and security. As of Sept. 2, 25 of 192 migrations are complete. Employees are reporting the benefits ...

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KentuckyOne Celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage

KentuckyOne Celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage

KentuckyOne Health

To enhance our diversity and cultural awareness journey, KentuckyOne Health is pleased to celebrate various cultures, religious holidays and other occasions that honor the diversity of our employees, patients and customers.

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Appalachian Outreach Program Celebrates 30 Years of Improving Access to Health Care

Appalachian Outreach Program Celebrates 30 Years of Improving Access to Health Care

KentuckyOne Health-Central and Eastern Market

KentuckyOne Health is celebrating a major milestone this month with its Appalachian Outreach Program celebrating its 30th anniversary. The program delivers care to some of the most medically underserved counties in the country.

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Jewish Hospital Unveils New $5.3 Million Emergency Department

Jewish Hospital Unveils New $5.3 Million Emergency Department

Jewish Hospital

Patients are now enjoying greater access to lifesaving care thanks to a new $5.3 million emergency room at Jewish Hospital. The project began in 2014 with funding from the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation.

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KentuckyOne is Official Medical Provider for Urban Bourbon Half-Marathon

KentuckyOne is Official Medical Provider for Urban Bourbon Half-Marathon

KentuckyOne Health - Louisville Market

KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine is once again the official medical provider for the Louisville Sports Commission's Urban Bourbon Half-Marathon, returning this year on Oct. 22. KentuckyOne employees can register at a discounted price.

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Eleven-Year-Old Girl Collecting Hundreds of Tennis Shoes to Donate to Hospitals

Eleven-Year-Old Girl Collecting Hundreds of Tennis Shoes to Donate to Hospitals

KentuckyOne Health - Louisville Market

Please donate new or gently used tennis shoes by Sept. 30 to help kids at the Kosair Charities Children’s Peace Center at Our Lady of Peace.

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Informational Sessions Offered for National Diabetes Prevention Program

Informational Sessions Offered for National Diabetes Prevention Program

KentuckyOne Health-Central and Eastern Market

To educate the community about the year-long diabetes prevention program, three informational sessions will be held in September in central Kentucky cities, including Lexington, Berea and Midway. Enroll today!

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Culture Success Story: Letter from Saint Joseph London President

Culture Success Story: Letter from Saint Joseph London President

Saint Joseph London

Terry Deis, president of Saint Joseph London, wrote an open letter to his staff after their recent Joint Commission visit praising their excellent performance and relaying the positive feedback of the surveyors.

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Jewish Hospital Honored with Resuscitation Recognition Award

Jewish Hospital Honored with Resuscitation Recognition Award

Jewish Hospital

Jewish Hospital is recognized for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer cardiac arrests in the hospital.

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Special Nuptials Make Memories for Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital Staff

Special Nuptials Make Memories for Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital Staff

Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital

On Sept. 1, Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital staff members made amazing memories as they helped to make a bride's dream come true.

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Better Health is a Journey, Not a Sprint

Better Health is a Journey, Not a Sprint

Saint Joseph London

As the mom of two teens and a full-time medical technologist at Saint Joseph London, Heather Rudder was running a busy life. Then she became a runner in an effort to improve her health.

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Bringing Health and Hope to Haiti

Bringing Health and Hope to Haiti

KentuckyOne Health

As regional director of supply chain, Becky McKinney says her job is a cool career that consists of many twists and turns. Recently, an opportunity came up that was tailor-made for Becky and the unique skills of her team to tackle.

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Annual Leadership Excellence Awards Presented

Annual Leadership Excellence Awards Presented

KentuckyOne Health

Three individuals have received the Second Annual KentuckyOne Health Leadership Excellence Award. These leaders exemplify the core values and leadership commitments, as well as demonstrate excellent performance outcomes in the following areas: employee engagement, employee retention and service excellence.

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Surgical Technologist from Jewish Hospital to Take San Diego Trip for Referring Friend

Surgical Technologist from Jewish Hospital to Take San Diego Trip for Referring Friend

Jewish Hospital

Surgical technologist Alisha Hofstrom has won the employee referral program vacation giveaway. For referring Alfred Hernandez, also a surgical technologist, she was entered in a drawing and won a trip to San Diego.

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Employee Who Became Patient Thanks Caregivers

Employee Who Became Patient Thanks Caregivers

Saint Joseph Hospital

Medical technologist Beth Cooper may have never imagined she would become a patient at Saint Joseph Hospital, the place she had been a lab employee for 34 years, but she said the experience couldn’t have been a better one ...

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Answering a Calling

Answering a Calling

KentuckyOne Health

Helping the vulnerable is a true specialty for registered nurse Anna Smith. To say she has been active in community service – on and off the job – doesn’t even begin to describe it.

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Quick Response Helps Flood Victims

Quick Response Helps Flood Victims

KentuckyOne Health

Sunday brunch was underway but Allyson Foster had tuned out her friends and her food. News photos from her hometown of Charleston, West Virginia, showed floodwaters causing terrible damage over that weekend in June.

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Culture Concept – Listening with Your Eyes

Culture Concept – Listening with Your Eyes

KentuckyOne Health

As part of the KentuckyOne Health culture journey, we want you to hear from our leaders about creating an organizational culture using our culture concepts. Eric Conley, division vice president, service lines and surgical services, shares his thoughts about the culture concept of listening.

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Informational Sessions Offered for National Diabetes Prevention Program

Informational Sessions Offered for National Diabetes Prevention Program

KentuckyOne Health-Central and Eastern Market

To educate the community about the year-long diabetes prevention program, three informational sessions will be held in September in central Kentucky cities, including Lexington, Berea and Midway. Enroll today!

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Workplace Stress – Your EAP Can Help

Workplace Stress – Your EAP Can Help

KentuckyOne Health

When you feel overwhelmed and stretched past your comfort zone, our Employee Assistance Program can help. Take advantage of free, confidential counseling to help you find solutions and support.

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Mandatory Influenza Vaccine Program Begins in September

Mandatory Influenza Vaccine Program Begins in September

KentuckyOne Health

KentuckyOne Health is requiring all employees to participate in an influenza vaccine program this year. You must complete your influenza education in LEARN and receive your vaccine by Oct. 31.

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Genetic Testing May Help Protect Women from Breast Cancer

Genetic Testing May Help Protect Women from Breast Cancer

KentuckyOne Health

With Breast Cancer Awareness Month coming up in October, KentuckyOne Health is encouraging women to to protect themselves from breast cancer through new genetic screening methods.

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Sports Physicals Encouraged as Student Athletes Head Back to School

Sports Physicals Encouraged as Student Athletes Head Back to School

KentuckyOne Health

Students are heading back to class, and in many cases, back to the field or court. If your children are involved in organized athletics, a sports physical is likely required.

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Flaget Memorial Hospital Named a Fit-Friendly Worksite

Flaget Memorial Hospital Named a Fit-Friendly Worksite

Flaget Memorial Hospital

Flaget Memorial Hospital has been recognized as a Gold-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association for helping employees eat better and move more.

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Discounted Fitbit Trackers Available Aug. 15 through Healthy Spirit

Discounted Fitbit Trackers Available Aug. 15 through Healthy Spirit

KentuckyOne Health

Didn't buy a discounted Fitbit last year? Your chance has come again. The Fitbit Cart will be open again starting Aug. 15 through the My Healthy Spirit website.

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Saint Joseph Hospital Employees Helping Seniors Reduce Injuries

Saint Joseph Hospital Employees Helping Seniors Reduce Injuries

Saint Joseph Hospital

To help the local elderly population reduce the probability of falls and fall-related injuries, employees of Saint Joseph Hospital are teaching the Six-Step Balance System. Classes start Aug. 15.

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Annual Leadership Excellence Awards Presented

Annual Leadership Excellence Awards Presented

KentuckyOne Health

Three individuals have received the Second Annual KentuckyOne Health Leadership Excellence Award. These leaders exemplify the core values and leadership commitments, as well as demonstrate excellent performance outcomes in the following areas: employee engagement, employee retention and service excellence.

Read More
KentuckyOne Celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage

KentuckyOne Celebrates Hispanic-Latino Heritage

KentuckyOne Health

To enhance our diversity and cultural awareness journey, KentuckyOne Health is pleased to celebrate various cultures, religious holidays and other occasions that honor the diversity of our employees, patients and customers.

Read More
Culture Success Story: Letter from Saint Joseph London President

Culture Success Story: Letter from Saint Joseph London President

Saint Joseph London

Terry Deis, president of Saint Joseph London, wrote an open letter to his staff after their recent Joint Commission visit praising their excellent performance and relaying the positive feedback of the surveyors.

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SafetyFirst Great Catch: Becky Brucker

SafetyFirst Great Catch: Becky Brucker

Our Lady of Peace

While working second shift, Becky Brucker, a monitor tech at Our Lady of Peace, noticed a patient asleep in the wrong bed ...

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Safety Coach Training Available Online

Safety Coach Training Available Online

KentuckyOne Health

If you care about the safety of others, have a positive mindset, can thank others when they practice safely, and are interested in becoming a Safety Coach for your facility, there is a new option available.

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SafetyFirst Great Catch: Vela Crabtree

SafetyFirst Great Catch: Vela Crabtree

Saint Joseph London

During a transthoracic echocardiogram procedure at Saint Joseph London, Vela Crabtree noticed a patient had a vegetation on his aortic valve leaflet ...

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SafetyFirst: The Importance of 5:1 Feedback

SafetyFirst: The Importance of 5:1 Feedback

KentuckyOne Health

Whether you’re a safety coach, leader or staff member, it’s important to remember the concept of 5:1 feedback when coaching co-workers to ensure that harm does not occur ...

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SafetyFirst Great Catch: Lauren Bliss, Charles Tabler and Sidney Beaty

SafetyFirst Great Catch: Lauren Bliss, Charles Tabler and Sidney Beaty

Jewish Hospital

Lauren Bliss, Charles Tabler and Sidney Beaty prevented a potential medication error and ensured a patient received her proper dosage of medication ...

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