April 10, 2018 | Volume 7, Issue 11
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Employee Survey Coming Soon:
Help Us Be Our Best!

How are things going at work, or with your leader? We look forward to hearing your feedback through the annual Performance Culture Assessment (PCA) survey. Employees across KentuckyOne Health will be taking the survey April 16-May 7. There will be two versions of the survey this year, based on where you work ...

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Thunder Over Louisville Party
Employee Tickets Available

KentuckyOne Health is hosting a Thunder Over Louisville Party on Saturday, April 21 on the Jewish Hospital employee garage rooftop. Employees and their families or guests can enjoy a spectacular view of the fireworks and festivities for the annual kick-off event of Derby time in Louisville. Tickets are on sale now through April 13 or until sold out. Volunteers also are needed ...

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Where to Find the Latest Information on Your Benefit Plans

If you need detailed information about our benefit plans, it’s always available through HR/Payroll Connection. Benefits compliance materials are located on HR/Payroll Connection in the Health and Welfare Plan Documents folder. You can print these materials, or request a paper copy by calling the HR/Payroll Support Center, 1.844.450.9450 ...

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Saint Joseph London Hosts Two Events to Raise Awareness of Child Abuse

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month. To help raise awareness of child abuse, neglect and other crimes against children, Saint Joseph London has joined together with community child advocacy agencies in London for two upcoming events at the hospital: Turn-the-Fountain-Blue Lighting Ceremony on Friday, April 13 at 8 p.m., and a Child-Friendly Community Event on Saturday, April 14 from 12-3 p.m. (with several fun activities planned) ...

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Jewish Hospital Invites Employees to Join Discussions about Advance Care Planning

Jewish Hospital is hosting two upcoming events in honor of National Health Care Decisions Week, April 16-20, to discuss the importance of raising awareness about end-of-life issues, and working collaboratively to increase the number of Kentuckians who have advanced directives. Join us for a City-Wide Think-Tank with community leaders, physicians and clergy on April 16 at Jewish Hospital Rudd Heart and Lung Building or a Lunch and Learn (CEU educational opportunity) on April 19 at Jewish Hospital ...

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Women’s Hospital at Saint Joseph East Celebrates 19th Annual Maternity Fair

The Women’s Hospital at Saint Joseph East will host its annual Maternity Fair on Saturday, April 28, from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Marriott Griffin Gate in Lexington. Highlights include vendor/exhibit booths, panel discussions with maternity experts, giveaways and prizes. One lucky attendee will be awarded a complimentary delivery and a package of assorted goodies ...

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How to Spot a "Serving" of Colorful Fruits and Vegetables

If you eat five servings of fruits and vegetables each day, that’s great – you’re doing what health experts recommend. If you don’t (yet), our Color Your Plate Challenge (earn 50 wellness dollars!) is here to help you add color to your plate by enjoying more fruits and vegetables. But, how do you measure a serving, especially when you eat on the run? It’s easy with these four measurements:

•    A coffee mug = 1 cup of leafy greens or salad
•    A tennis ball = the size of one medium piece of fruit
•    A light bulb = a half cup of cut-up fruits or veggies
•    An egg = a quarter cup of dried fruit

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Harvest of the Month
Try Something Green and Sweet:
Butter Lettuce

Speaking of adding color to your plate, try adding bright green butter lettuce to your next salad. Its sweet, almost buttery flavor is delicious. It comes in several varieties, including Bibb and Boston lettuce. Throughout the month, cafeterias across our ministry will serve delicious dishes that include butter lettuce. For more information about butter lettuce, visit the well-being pages on InsideCHI. Under Harvest of the Month, you’ll find great recipes (all featuring butter lettuce) to try at home ...

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Foundation News
Fifth Annual Saint Joseph Berea Foundation Gala Raises Nearly $30,000

The 5th Annual Saint Joseph Berea Foundation Gala for Healing and Hope on March 3 raised nearly $30,000 for the Saint Joseph Berea Foundation. Proceeds will be used to purchase necessary equipment to re-open the Saint Joseph Berea Sleep Clinic. Patrick A. Kelleher, MD, Berea Clinic of Internal Medicine, received the Physician Service Award during the gala. Dr. Kelleher has cared for patients in the Berea area for 35 years. Thank you to everyone who supported this event and made it one to remember!

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More Headlines & Events

Saint Joseph Hospital Recertified as Advanced Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission

KentuckyOne Primary Care Can Help You Alleviate Spring Allergy Symptoms Through Prevention and Treatment

Flaget Memorial Hospital Foundation Receives Grant to Support Breast HOPE Program

Saint Joseph Mount Sterling Foundation Awarded Grant to Establish New Comfort Program for Cancer Patients

Yes, Mamm! Program Receives $20,000 Grant to Provide Additional Breast Cancer Screenings in Kentucky

Yes, Mamm! Berea Program Receives $12,000 Grant to Provide Additional Breast Cancer Screenings in Berea

Our Lady of Peace to Host Lexington Seminar to Address How to Speak to Children After a Traumatic Event April 12

Drugs in Our Community: Awareness and Resources – A Community Forum (and Drug Toss) at Holy Cross High School April 17

Our Lady of Peace to Host Midway Seminar Focused on Making a Successful Transition to Middle School April 17

Saint Joseph London to Discuss Hospital Services During Bite Size Learning Event April 18

Discounted Sesame Street Live Tickets Available for KentuckyOne Employees – Order by April 30

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