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Removing the Stigma from Women’s Sexual Health

Too many women are afraid to speak up about important health concerns, especially on the topic of their sexual health. Somi Javaid, MD, a Cincinnati board-certified OBGYN specialist and sexual medicine expert, wants to empower women and start the conversation.
Fri, Sep 09, 2016

Surviving Breast Cancer and Helping Cure Others

A few days before her 49th birthday on August 9, 2011, Lesli Custis was diagnosed with breast cancer. She quit her job and focused on researching and finding treatments. Dr. Ward laid out treatment options and suggested pursuing new treatments through clinical trials.
Fri, Sep 02, 2016

Collaborative Healthcare Benefits Patients and Providers

Dr. Lenchitz became a primary care physician (PCP) after realizing he wanted to treat patients more comprehensively and develop closer doctor-patient relationships.
Thu, Sep 01, 2016

Leading the Way in Cutting Edge Patient Care

For nearly 20 years, Professional Radiology, Inc. (PRI) has been a leading diagnostic and interventional private practice radiology group, pioneering innovative, cutting-edge technology with a focus on personalized, quality service.
Thu, Aug 25, 2016

A Commitment TO Collaboration and Excellence in Healthcare

Tom Daskalakis serves as interim chief administrative officer for UC Health’s West Chester Hospital. Daskalakis values creativity and collaboration, especially from a community partnership perspective and the hospitals new maternity unit is an outstanding outcome of that.
Wed, Aug 24, 2016

Eliminating Malaria Worldwide and Genetic Breast Cancer in the Next Five Years

Are You Kidding?
One of eight women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. At least 15 to 20 percent of these women will have genetic or heredofamilial breast cancer. What if we can use gene editing to eliminate breast cancers?
Tue, Aug 23, 2016

Leading with Experience and Empathy

Jennifer Jackson, RN, DNP, chief administrative officer at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, uses her experience and expertise to set a solid example for her team.
Wed, Aug 17, 2016

Reinforcing Our Community through Advocacy, Education & Compassion

U.S. Bank is devoted to Cincinnati and all its promise through enriching business and community relationships. The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank provides investment, trust, banking and planning services for its clients and its advisors serve on numerous boards of community organizations in Greater Cincinnati. Those organizations receive donations, grants, scholarships and hands-on volunteer help from U.S. Bank leadership and employees. In 2015, the U.S. Bank Foundation provided $53 million in grants and contributions to nonprofit organizations. Community sponsorships and U.S. Bank employees gave 255,000 hours of volunteer time.
Tue, Aug 16, 2016

20 Years of Excellent Urologic Care

For 20 years, The Urology Group has provided Greater Cincinnati patients with advanced care. Founded in 1996 with 23 physicians, the independent practice has grown to roughly 40 physicians with 305 staff members and is one of the largest specialty health care groups in the country.
Fri, Aug 12, 2016

Music and Food, A Carousel and the River

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