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Women’s Stroke Risk Greater than Men’s While most people still think men suffer more strokes than women do, the reverse is actually true: 425,000 women suffer from a stroke every year, 55,000 more than men. Stroke is the third-leading cause of death for women, behind heart disease and cancer. Several factors unique to women appear to raise their risk for stroke, according to a statement published in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Community Toolkit Training St. Elizabeth Healthcare and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation are hosting two education sessions called Heroin and Prescription Painkillers: a Toolkit for Community Action, October 15-16 at the METS Conference Center in Erlanger. This program is free and open to the public.
St. Elizabeth to Assume Lease of METS Center Effective Dec. 1, 2015, St. Elizabeth will assume the lease of the METS Center from Northern Kentucky University (NKU) and will begin managing the facility for its training and professional development needs. NKU will end its long-time lease of the METS Center on Nov. 30, which is operated by Corporex.
St. Elizabeth Announces Changes to Administrative Team Garren Colvin, St. Elizabeth President and CEO has announced changes with his administrative team. These changes have been made to enhance the overall patient experience at St. Elizabeth now and into the future.
Specialty Hospital to Treat Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency Moves One Step Closer The SUN Behavioral Health and St. Elizabeth Healthcare specialty hospital partnership has received regulatory approval bringing the project one step closer to reality. The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services has granted certificate of need approval allowing the facility planning to move forward. Located in Kenton County off Dolwick Drive, the hospital will be jointly owned by SUN Behavioral Health and St. Elizabeth Healthcare.

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