February 15, 2013 | Volume 2, Issue 6

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  Saint Joseph Cancer Center Expands Services to Corbin 

Saint Joseph Cancer Center is expanding services to Whitley County through the acquisition of Commonwealth Cancer Center in Corbin. Services at Saint Joseph Cancer Center in Corbin will be an extension of Saint Joseph London. The Corbin location will join Saint Joseph Cancer Center facilities at Saint Joseph Berea, Saint Joseph East, Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph London, Saint Joseph Mount Sterling and Flaget Memorial Hospital.  

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  Clinic@Work Program Now Offered at
Our Lady of Peace

KentuckyOne Health has recently made it far easier for Louisville-area employees to receive medical assistance – should they need it – close to their workplace. Through the Clinic@Work program at Our Lady of Peace, employees have free access to acute medical care on-the-spot for issues such as rashes, colds, flu and urinary tract infections.

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  Verify Dependent Coverage by Feb. 23 

Employees of the former JHSMH: Please complete the dependent eligibility verification form and provide documentation for dependents covered on your benefit plans. If you do not take action by Feb. 23, your dependents’ coverage may end. 

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  Take Five!   

KentuckyOne Health employees in central and eastern Kentucky: The KentuckyOne Health Wellness@Work Committee wants you to TAKE FIVE this year! Get healthier, earn prizes and earn financial credit towards your 2014 benefit package:

1. Complete your biometric screenings.
2. Complete your Personal Health Risk Assessment.
3. Get your yearly check up!
4. Engage with a Carewise Health coach and/or participate 
    in Healthy Spirit.
5. Do volunteer work and/or live in a tobacco-free home. 

Have you done your biometrics yet? On-site screenings are now scheduling! Saint Joseph East, don't forget screenings are underway today until 4 p.m. in The Women’s Hospital Education Room.  

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Do You Have The Winning Numbers? 

KentuckyOne Health employees in the Louisville area: The KentuckyOne Health Wellness@Work Committee wants you to participate in the Know Your Numbers Incentive Program. The program measures your key health numbers – like blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol – and tracks them from year to year.

If you had your numbers checked last year, the deadline for having them rechecked so you can enter this year’s prize drawing is March 29! Employees who have improved by at least 10 percent on three or more numbers, or maintained all their numbers in the healthy range, will be entered into drawings for great prizes like iPads, Fitbits and gift cards!

If you didn’t participate in Know Your Numbers last year, now is the time to start. You can have your numbers checked – for free – at one of our Know Your Numbers checkup sessions (click "read more" for the schedule). If this is your first time participating, we will be doing drawings for Fitbits or gift cards for every 100 people who participate in Know Your Numbers.  

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  Leadership Changes 

Greg Gerard has been promoted to president of Saint Joseph London effective March 4. As a search begins for a new leader at Saint Joseph Berea, Chris Schweighardt, chief nursing officer, has agreed to take responsibility of the day-to-day operations. 

With March 1 rapidly approaching, some leadership transitions will take place over the next several weeks in Louisville. As you are aware, KentuckyOne Health will officially welcome our new partners, University of Louisville Hospital and James Graham Brown Cancer Center, to our organization on March 1. Learn more at KentuckyOne Online.

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  African American History Month Karamu Potluck and Program 

To improve dietary literacy and nutrition on the South End of Louisville, KentuckyOne Health is supporting the African American History Month Karamu Potluck and Program Feb. 19, 6-7:30 p.m., at Wellington Elementary School.

Employees, their families, as well as neighbors and friends, are invited to this gathering. Bring a healthy dish to share, and your food stories. Also, learn more about "Fresh Stop," a new community program connecting families with local farm-fresh food at affordable prices. The program starts this summer at Wellington Elementary School, near Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville.

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Go Red for Women Lunch & Learn 

Saint Joseph Martin will host a Go Red for Women Lunch & Learn event on Friday, Feb. 22, at noon at Jenny Wiley State Resort Park in Prestonsburg. The free event will feature Internist Nida Mateen, MD, who will present “Your Guide to a Healthy Heart,” a keynote addressing women’s heart health — including heart attack signs and symptoms, risk factors and tips for prevention. Complimentary lunch also will be provided.  

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Dine to Donate

Dine at Applebee’s in Richmond (853 Eastern By-Pass) this Saturday, Feb. 16, 11 a.m. to close, and 10 percent of your bill will be donated to the American Heart Association. This event is supported by Saint Joseph Heart Institute at Saint Joseph Berea. You must present this flyer to your server.  

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• Safety Survey Ends Today! Read More 

• Town Halls at SJE: Feb. 28, 10 a.m., 2 p.m., 9:30 p.m., 11 p.m., SJE Education Center, Rooms A-B 

OneCare Cerner March 5 Go-Live Preparation: SJH/SJE/SJJ Managers/Directors—Prepare your staff for the big day. Ask questions/learn more Feb. 26, 2:30-4:30 p.m., Saint Joseph Office Park, Bldg. D, 4th Floor, Chase Room.




UofL Women’s Basketball ‘Go Pink!’ Game: Go Pink Feb. 17! KentuckyOne will host a table with information/giveaways. Breast Cancer Survivors will receive a free ticket. Read More

Work it Out! Free Fitness Classes: Attend a 30-minute exercise class at Frazier Rehab, every Tuesday/Thursday (upcoming classes Feb. 19, 21). Read More

Look Good…Feel Better® at SJMS: The American Cancer Society will offer its Look Good…Feel Better® program to residents in Montgomery County and surrounding areas on Feb. 20, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., at Saint Joseph Mount Sterling. Female cancer patients will learn how to use make-up and skin care techniques to overcome the appearance-related effects of treatment. Read More

Free Weekend Retreat at Nazareth for All Caregivers: The retreat begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22, and ends with the noon meal on Sunday, Feb. 24. This retreat offers caregivers a weekend of respite and opportunity to develop the tools and skills necessary to sustain themselves. Read More 

See more events at KentuckyOne Online.

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