KyOne-ThisWeek
May 31, 2016 | Volume 5, Issue 22
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Community Benefit Exceeds $166 Million

Through innovative programs to increase healthy lifestyles, reduce violence and provide health care to those who would otherwise go without, our community benefit exceeded $166 million last year. Please review our newly-released annual Community Benefit Report, and watch for a new series, “Mission in Motion,” spotlighting our successes ...

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Branding KentuckyOne through Professional Attire

We are moving to a standardized professional image to clearly convey the expertise and excellent care we provide. Specific roles, such as staff nurse, therapist, nursing assistant and medical imaging tech, will be identified by a chosen scrub color. In the coming weeks ...

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Anywhere Care, Anytime You Need It

Do you have a runny nose, watery eyes or a nagging cough? See a doctor right now on your smart phone or tablet, available 24/7 through KentuckyOne Anywhere Care, our virtual care service. And don't wait until you're sick to download the app ...

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KentuckyOne Health Employees Have Opportunities for Fitness Discounts

KentuckyOne Health employees now have three places to exercise and get healthy at a discounted rate: KentuckyOne Healthy Lifestyle Centers in Louisville and Lexington, Jewish Community Center in Louisville and University of Louisville's Get Healthy Now 24/7 Center ...

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Scholarships Available through the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation

Are you considering going back to school? Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation is accepting applications through July 8 for the 2016 Health Care Horizons Scholarship Program. To be eligible, you must work at a KentuckyOne facility in the Louisville area ...

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STAR Technique Can Help a ‘Latte’

The SafetyFirst topic of the month is the use of the STAR technique (Stop, Think, Act and Review) and it’s all about taking a few moments to stop and think before acting. A nurse, Tiffany Obetts, recently was at a Starbucks ordering her typical decaf latte when the barista caught a mistake just in time by using this technique ...

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New Headlines & Events

Continuing Care Hospital, Sen. Ralph Alvarado, MD, Honored with KHA Quality Awards

33,000 Tissue Samples Received to Further Oncology Research at UofL, James Graham Brown Cancer Center

SJH Foundation Providing Ten $1,000 Scholarships for Employees–Application Deadline is June 1

Survivorship Day Celebration in Lexington June 3

Go Red Night at the Legends June 3

Register for the Quench Your Spirit Challenge by June 6!
Up Your Water Intake, Receive $50 in Health Incentives

Nursing Expo at Saint Joseph Hospital June 9

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