Athletic trainer Dan Eidenier got Cooper Jaguars pitcher Hunter Turner back on the mound. #AthleticTrainerMonth
The Grant Golf Classic is quickly approaching! Help support the needs of St. Elizabeth Grant patients and enjoy a round of golf. Get the details at [ Bit.ly Link ].
These No-bake Energy Bites provide healthy, tasty protein and fiber for your busy student athlete.

Get the printable recipe at stelizabeth.com/recipes.
Local 12 joined St. Elizabeth experts to see what the inside of a colon looks like, and how to prevent colon cancer.

For more Ask the Expert segments, visit stelizabeth.com/expert. #AsktheExpert
Dr. Hummel performed the first total knee replacement surgery using the new robotic-arm assisted technology at St. Elizabeth! This new technology is only available at a handful of medical centers in the nation. Learn more at [ Bit.ly Link ].
Registration for our Summer Teen Volunteer Program goes live April 1 at [ Bit.ly Link ].
Today is the first day of spring, which isn’t great news for those with allergies. Check out these 5 tips to relieve spring allergies: [ Bit.ly Link ].
Seven months ago Theresa started her weight loss journey at the Weight Management Center. Now today, she's lost 130 pounds and has found a whole new way of life.

For more Ask the Expert segments, visit stelizabeth.com/expert.
Athletic trainer Brad Bolte got Ryle High School senior Carly Boone dancing again. #AthleticTrainerMonth
For more than 150 years, St. Elizabeth has been the heart and soul of healthcare in Northern Kentucky, proudly fulfilling the wish of the Sisters of the Poor: “So that the new hospital may not only be an ornament for Covington, but a blessing for centuries.” #WomensHistoryMonth
Molly Woods is going to the Big Dance as NKU’s Head Athletic Trainer! Woods discusses her role and experience with Norse during their breakthrough season: [ Bit.ly Link ]. #NorseUp
St. Elizabeth Edgewood is an Accredited Chest Pain Center, which means patients with chest pain receive efficient and effective care. bddy.me/2mGxQuX

Heart attack symptoms? Call 9-1-1 right away. Emergency Medical Services in your community can send an EKG to the hospital so they are ready when you arrive, saving precious time.
Please join us in congratulating Mercer County Senior High School, the 2017 St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet Sixteen State Basketball Tournament Champions! #STEsweet16
Thank you to all those who ran and walked in support of heart health at the 40th Annual Heart Mini! #STEheart
Congratulations and good luck to Northern Kentucky University Men's Basketball! St. Elizabeth and Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers are proud sponsors on and off the court. Now let's dance!
Congratulations to Murray, Mercer County, Franklin County and Holmes who are advancing to the Final Four of the St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet Sixteen State Basketball Tournament! #STEsweet16
Win FREE tickets to the St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet Sixteen State Basketball Tournament! Enter at [ Woobox.com Link ].
St. Elizabeth is excited to welcome teams from across Kentucky to BB&T Arena. Today is the first day of the St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet Sixteen State Basketball Tournament! Good luck to all! #STEsweet16
The St. Elizabeth Level III NICU provides extraordinary care and peace of mind.