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St. Claire HealthCare Went Pink, Raising Awareness and Nearly $5,000 for the St. Claire Oncology Fund

St. Claire HealthCare would like to thank the more than 200 women who attended the annual Go Pink breast cancer awareness event on Friday, Oct. 26, making this year’s event the biggest to date.

We are honored to host this event each year at St. Claire Family Medical Supply, and provide free health education and screenings for the women in our service region.

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St. Claire HealthCare along with the Morehead Fire Department, Morehead City Police, Rowan County EMS, PHI Air Medical, Rowan County Schools Transportation Department, and Rowan County Senior High School recently performed an emergency drill as a training exercise to ensure all of those involved are prepared in the event of a real mass casualty emergency.

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St. Claire Family Medical Supply is celebrating nine years of service to the community with a Customer Appreciation Celebration Event on Friday, September 28 from noon to 6 p.m.

Everyone is invited to enjoy free food and refreshments (while supplies last) and register to win one of several amazing door prizes during the Customer Appreciation Celebration Event.

Among the door prizes are a Golden Technologies lift chair valued at $1,335, a pair of Brooks shoes valued at $120, a Therma Moist Heating Pad valued at $100 and a pair of Aetrex Orthotic insoles a $60 value.

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Three eastern Kentucky students with aspirations of working in healthcare are the recipients of scholarships from the St. Claire Foundation.

Hannah Skaggs of Salyersville has earned the $750 Sister Mary Jeannette Wess Scholarship. Skaggs is a junior at the University of Pikeville and a pitcher on the U-Pike softball team. She has a perfect 4.0 grade point average and plans to attend medical school.

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St. Claire HealthCare is collaborating on a nationwide research study to test whether two drugs can help prevent second cancers and the formation of new precancerous polyps, known as adenomas, in patients who have already battled colorectal cancer.

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Mark J. Neff, FACHE, St. Claire HealthCare President/CEO has announced that he will retire effective January 31, 2019. 

Neff states, “I’m sad to leave, but excited about a new adventure as my wife, Diane, and I are moving back to Notre Dame to be closer to our children and grandchildren.”

Neff was appointed President and CEO of St. Claire in 1995.   When he arrived, he brought with him more than 10 years of not-for-profit, regionally integrated healthcare system experience.

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The St. Claire Foundation’s recent 2018 Signature Event raised $23,000 to support St. Claire HealthCare’s efforts to relocate and upgrade our inpatient rehabilitation services with a state-of-the-art therapy gym and functional training space, including a home simulation environment.

“We’ve been hosting annual Signature Events for 16 years,” said St. Claire Foundation Executive Director Tom Lewis. “This one set records for attendance and dollars raised. We hope everyone who attended had as much fun as our staff did!”

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More than 230 people had a rockin’ good time at the St. Claire Foundation’s 2018 Signature Event, “Rockin’ & Rollin’ on Railroad Street”, on June 15 at the Morehead Conference Center.

“We’ve been hosting annual Signature Events for 16 years,” said St. Claire Foundation Executive Director Tom Lewis. “This one set records for attendance and dollars raised. We hope everyone who attended had as much fun as our staff did!”

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The community is invited for a rockin' good time at the St. Claire Foundation's Signature Event. "Rockin' & Rollin' on Railroad Street” is scheduled for Friday, June 15 at the Morehead Conference Center.

Kick off your evening on Railroad Street with the opening reception at 6 p.m., featuring hors d'oeurves and an open bar offering a variety of beers, wines and bourbons. Enjoy an amazing dinner prepared by St. Claire's Aramark at 7 p.m., followed by musical entertainment, dancing and a live auction! A cash bar begins at 7:30 p.m.

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Do you know a child who struggles with day-to-day interactions such as initiating conversation and reading social cues? Learning appropriate social skills can help children function better at home, school and in the community.

St. Claire HealthCare will offer FREE Social Skill Builder camps this summer to help rising preschooler through 6th graders with their social skills. SCH’s licensed occupational therapists

Applications for three college scholarship programs for the 2018 fall semester are now available from the St. Claire Foundation.

The programs include the St. Claire HealthCare Auxiliary Scholarship, the Richard J. Bausch Family Scholarship and Sister Mary Jeannette Wess SND Scholarship.

The St. Claire HealthCare Auxiliary Scholarship assists students with an interest in medicine and a heart for community service, SCH Volunteer Services Director Regina Thompson said.

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Due to the increase of flu cases, St. Claire Regional Medical Center has implemented temporary visitor restrictions to protect the health and safety of patients, visitors and staff.

Visitation is now being restricted for anyone under the age of 14, and anyone with flu-like symptoms. Only two visitors will be allowed in a patient’s room at a time, and they may be given masks or other protective clothing for use when visiting.

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It’s time to leave tobacco behind in the New Year!

St. Claire HealthCare will provide a free smoking cessation course. The classes begin on January 8 at 5 PM and will be held in the Center for Health, Education and Research (CHER) building, Rm. 102.

Although the first steps can be hard, finding your path to a smoke free life is easier with the right help. The American Lung Association’s Freedom from Smoking program is a proven way to quit smoking, and stay quit, even if you’ve tried before and went back to smoking.

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