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The Tasty Ingredients for Gourmet Melodies - A Benefit for Hospice of Cincinnati
Benjamin Luckhaupt is one of countless people in the Tri-State who have been touched by the work of Hospice of Cincinnati. As a young child, Luckhaupt remembers saying his goodbyes to his grandmother when she was cared for at Hospice of Cincinnati in Blue Ash.
Thu, Aug 11, 2016

Access to Spinal Care Receives Boost in Northern Kentucky

Beacon Orthopaedics welcomed David Sower, MD, to its Northern Kentucky clinic in Erlanger. Partnering with orthopaedic surgeon Michael Rohmiller, MD, who specializes in spinal procedures, Dr. Sower will focus on non-surgical treatment and care for patients with spinal injuries.
Mon, Aug 08, 2016

Congratulations to the Winners of our 2016 Healthcare Leadership Awards

Fri, Aug 05, 2016

The First Line of Defense: Expert Advice on the Importance of Primary Care

You’re busy, young and feel healthy – do you need a primary care physician (PCP)? The answer is yes, you most certainly do.
A PCP is integral for receiving optimum care, keeping you healthy as you age. When problems arise, which eventually happens to everyone, a PCP is the first line of defense. Leading PCPs from Greater Cincinnati healthcare networks weigh in on why regular visits are important and what makes an outstanding patient-physician relationship.
Mon, Jul 25, 2016

Invest in Your Face

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Got skin? Then perhaps you need to chat with Rodan + Fields consultant Laurie Moher. The Wyoming resident became a consultant for the uber-popular direct-sales company that Forbes Magazine recently described as “increasingly rising to become one of the most well-respected skincare companies in the world.” She spends one Saturday a month in the lobby of Bridal and Formal in the Reading wedding district and consults with brides-to-be on how to take the best possible care of their faces prior to their wedding day. It is also an opportunity for women to learn more about becoming a consultant on Moher’s growing Rodan +Fields team.
Thu, Jul 21, 2016

Groundbreaking Retina Research Preserves Sight

Our eyes are intricate tools that gather light and communicate with the brain, creating conversations through its many working parts. Loss of sight is a dreaded disability, and one the Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) is actively fighting.
Tue, Jul 12, 2016

Screening for Breast Cancer with MRI

Most women are familiar with mammography as the routine screening test for breast cancer. What they might not know are the recommendations for breast MRI.
Thu, Jul 07, 2016

Local Surgeon Changes Lives in Belize

Devinder Mangat, MD, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, has traveled to Belize for the past 10 years as a member of the surgical team organized by Horizon Community Church.
Mon, Jul 04, 2016

Get to the Heart of the Matter

Expert Advice for Heart Health
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for both men and women in the United States, claiming approximately 1 million lives annually, according to the Heart Foundation. Now is the best time to take control of your heart health, regardless of age or family history. Read more to learn what leading cardiologists from Cincinnati’s healthcare networks advise for maintaining a healthy heart.
Thu, Jun 30, 2016

Pulsating, Pounding Headaches

New Outpatient Infusion Treatment Offers Relief
Anyone suffering from disabling chronic migraines is searching for one thing: relief. West Chester Hospital now offers that relief in the form of the region’s only outpatient dihydroergotamine (DHE) infusion center.
Wed, Jun 29, 2016

A Visual Home Run for the Real McCoy

Eyesight is invaluable, especially if your career is based around keeping your eye on the ball. That was debilitating for baseball Hall of Fame sportswriter Hal McCoy, who became legally blind in 2003. Surgeons at Cincinnati Eye Institute offered McCoy the opportunity to improve his eyesight and return to the game.
Mon, Jun 27, 2016

A Breadth of Services

Rejuve Cosmetic & Wellness Center is located in Hyde Park Square where Dr. Bret Bruder has created a boutique-like atmosphere, transforming a house into an office so his patients feel a warm and family-like atmosphere where attention to personal detail is a must.
Fri, Jun 24, 2016

A New Source of Hope for a Region Struggling with Heroin

It is difficult to turn on the local news without seeing a report of the latest opiate-related arrest or incident. A new source of hope for Warren, Butler and Clinton counties arrived in 2015 and was launched at scale in January 2016. The Heroin Hopeline and associated website heroinhopeline.org were developed to be a source of help and hope for those struggling with addiction and their families.
Tue, Jun 07, 2016

The New Standard of Radiology in Cincinnati

Recognizing the opportunity to elevate the level of care for Mercy Health and its patients, the radiologists from Anderson, Clermont, Fairfield and West developed a relationship with Columbus Radiology, a nationally recognized leader in radiology value and innovation. The resulting partnership, Paradigm Radiology, provides Mercy Health with subspecialty trained radiologists 24/7. Those radiologists are supported by a robust IT infrastructure enabling them to utilize daily tools such as our worklist and voice recognition systems in innovative ways to provide high-quality patient care quickly and efficiently.
Mon, Jun 06, 2016

Innovation with Compassion:

Rising to the Challenge in the Global Fight Against Cancer
“The goal of the University Cancer program is to raise the level of cancer care throughout the whole region, and to maximize the chances of a cure with as low toxicity as possible,” says William Barrett, MD, director of the institute. The center, which has approximately 90 physicians and 90 researchers, is a hub for cancer diagnosis and treatment as well as oncologic clinical trials and cancer biology research.
Tue, May 24, 2016

UC Health Adult Burn Center Open House

UC Health Adult Burn Center hosted an open house for area first responders and other health professionals involved in the complex treatment of caring for our regions burn victims.
Mon, May 23, 2016

Unique Approaches to Treat Mental Illness and Substance Abuse

The Lindner Center of HOPE, which opened in 2008 and is affiliated with UC Health, offers patient-centered, scientifically advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness, addictions and other disorders. The Lindner Center calls its partial hospitalization program Mindful Transitions, designed to fill that gap where a patient might need more intensive care than they would get in an outpatient setting, yet do not require hospitalization.
Mon, May 23, 2016