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St. Elizabeth Receives Award for Superior Progress Toward Electronic Medical Record Implementation St. Elizabeth Healthcare has received the prestigious Stage 7 Award from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) analytics, a nationwide system used to track electronic medical records (EMR) progress at hospitals and healthcare systems. HIMSS Stage 7 represents the highest recognition of an environment where paper charts are no longer used in the delivery of patient care.
NKY TRIBUNE: Florence American Legion Riders will mount up for annual Teddy Bear Ride to benefit kids at St. E’s The American Legion Riders will hold their sixth annual Teddy Bear Ride Satruday from noon to 2 p.m. to benefit children who visit the St. Elizabeth Florence Emergency Department.

The ride starts at the American Leagion Post 4 at 8385 U.S. Highway 42 in FLorence and continues to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Florence.
WLWT5: Teen recovering after cardiac event at NKY soccer tournament The start of the high school sports season brings a reminder about the dangers student-athletes can face and how critical it is to take action quickly. On Tuesday, a team playing in a soccer tournament in Northern Kentucky almost saw the unthinkable happen. A boy playing for Walton Verona had what's being called a cardiac event after a game against Holy Cross. As WLWT News 5's Todd Dykes explains, athletic officials scrambled for a device that may have saved the young man's life.
FOX19: How to Survive a Heart Attack Dr. Kami Tehrani, DO, discusses life-saving tips on how to identify heart attack symptoms and steps you can take to minimize the damage with Fox 19's Rob Williams.
How to Survive a Heart Attack Heart disease is the nation’s number one killer. If you or someone you love were having a heart attack, would you recognize the signs and symptoms? St. Elizabeth is hosting a free community education program on Wednesday, August 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the METS Center in Erlanger.

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