Blog Posts in 2015

  • Medication packs simplify prescription routines

    Unintended medication overdoses hospitalize nearly 100,000 seniors 65 and older each year, according to a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study. Nearly half of those are 80 or older. King’s Daughters Family Pharmacy Ironton has an answer — weekly medication packs. Prescriptions and over-the-counter medication, including vitamins and nutritional supplements, can be ...
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  • Lexington Avenue parking garage closes for updates beginning Monday, Nov. 2

    King’s Daughters Lexington Avenue parking garage will be closed for upgrades beginning Monday, Nov. 2. The garage is expected to reopen near the end of the month. For customer convenience, King’s Daughters offers valet parking from its Medical Plaza A/B entrance on 23 rd Street. Shuttle service also is available from the parking lot located on 24 th Street and Bath Avenue. In addition, ...
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  • Next American Red Cross blood drive Nov. 18

    King's Daughters will host the next American Red Cross Blood Drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 18, in its Health Education Center (located in the lower level of the Lexington Avenue parking garage). During winter months, the Red Cross experiences critical shortages in blood supplies. Giving blood now helps ensure those who need it then will have it. Appointments are not required ...
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  • King's Daughters welcomes nurse practitioner to Urgent Care, Burlington

    King’s Daughters welcomes nurse practitioner Carla Dyer to its Urgent Care Center team in Burlington, Ohio. Dyer earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Kentucky, Lexington and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mountain State University, Beckley, W.Va. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. King’s Daughters Urgent Care in ...
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  • Auxiliary celebrates 60 years, contributes $185,000 toward community projects

    Each year, King’s Daughters Auxiliary provides thousands of dollars in funding to support dozens of community programs and health initiatives that benefit underserved and at-risk individuals and families throughout the region. Today, the Auxiliary awarded more $185,000 in gifts to support 20 community projects for fiscal year 2016, including: $25,000 to provide Tdap immunizations to pregnant ...
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  • Welcome to ob/gyn hospitalists

    King’s Daughters welcomes obstetrician/gynecologists Kimberly Frazier, M.D., and Stephanie Wilder, M.D., to its team of OB hospitalists. Frazier earned her medical degree and completed her internship/residency at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington. She is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Wilder earned her medical degree from New York ...
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