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  • King's Daughters hosting several job events

    King’s Daughters has scheduled several opportunities for Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital employees to explore opportunities at King’s Daughters. A Meet-and-Greet will be held 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 23 at King’s Daughters Russell Walk-In Care, 399 Diederich Blvd. Participants will have the opportunity to meet with department leaders and ask questions about available ...
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  • Nursing boot camp applications now available

    King's Daughters is now accepting applications for its annual Nursing Boot Camp, an opportunity for juniors and seniors in high school to experience nursing first-hand. Space is limited. Applications are due no later than March 14. The boot camp will be held at KDMC on Monday, April 13. Applications can be accessed here. Please email applications to Matt.Greathouse@kdmc.kdhs.us. For more ...
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  • NICU helps couple be prepared for birth

    Ashlee Eichenlaub, APRN, and husband Brian had tried for five years to have a child. Ashlee, a nurse practitioner with the Digestive Health program at King’s Daughters, also has Type I diabetes. However, she and Brian were eager and determined to have a child and sought out the expert care of OB/GYN Tony Dotson, D.O., and the team at Ashland Women’s Health. “We had maternal-fetal ...
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  • Ambulatory Pharmacy services expand to Prestonsburg

    King’s Daughters Ambulatory Pharmacy is now providing anticoagulant therapy (Coumadin) services at our Prestonsburg location. Previously, these services were provided by cardiology nurse practitioner Terri Hall, APRN. King’s Daughters offers Ambulatory Pharmacy/Coumadin services at several locations, including Ashland, Grayson, Louisa and Prestonsburg in Kentucky and Portsmouth, ...
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  • Narrative medicine topic of Heart Failure Support Group meeting

    King's Daughters is pleased to welcome Robert Slocum, Ph.D., program coordinator of the Narrative Medicine program at the University of Kentucky, to the November meeting of its Heart Failure Support Group. Dr. Slocum will discuss the power of narrative medicine in helping patients build hope and resilience. Attendees will have the opportunity to practice telling their stories through ...
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