• UK HealthCare news archives

  • Cofield Named to New Senior Operations Position at UK HealthCare

    UK College of Nursing: Preparing Nurses to Impact Lives Through Science, Leadership and Policy

    How to Spot and Treat Poison Ivy and Poison Oak

    Alzheimer's Disease Works Differently in Patients With and Without Down Syndrome, Study Shows

    Gill Heart Institute Researcher Explores Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Attack Patients

    Littlejohn Presented Thomas V. Getchell Memorial Award

    Fatalistic Beliefs May Prevent Appalachian Women from Completing HPV Vaccination Series

    Dentistry Graduate and Professor Recognized for Research Project

    New Class of Drugs Might Change the Landscape for Migraine Treatment

    Goldstein at the Helm of the Department of Neurology; Kentucky Neuroscience Institute

    New Strategic Plan to Guide UK HealthCare through 2020

    Gov. Steve Beshear Signs Booster Seat Bill at Kentucky Children's Hospital

    Hoven Elected First Female Chair of World Medical Association

    Big Blue Family VIDEO: Lexington Couple Grateful for UK's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging

    Combined Effects of Tobacco Smoke and Radon Put Kentuckians at Heightened Risk of Lung Cancer

  • Facts about the Ebola Virus

    Facts about the Ebola Virus: October 2, 2014. The current outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has involved the countries of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria. This has become the largest outbreak of Ebola to date. At the end of September, the first case of Ebola was diagnosed in the United States in a person who had traveled to Texas from West Africa. Although an outbreak in the United States is unlikely, it is important to know the facts. 

  • Kentucky Children's Hospital news

  • New Strategic Plan to Guide UK HealthCare through 2020

    Gov. Steve Beshear Signs Booster Seat Bill at Kentucky Children's Hospital

    KCH Patient Departs for Children’s Miracle Network Ambassador Tour

    UK Birthing Center Achieves Gold Standard of Maternal, Infant Care

    Markey Celebrates Cancer Survivorship with 'Expressions of Courage'

    School's Out, Summer Safety Is In

    Blue Angels Program Brings High-Risk Obstetric Care to Rural Kentucky

    Markey Researchers Present Latest Studies at Annual Research Day

    Medical Students Act as Exercise Mentors to Pediatric BMI Patients

    Maserati Mingle in Downtown Lexington Previews Keeneland Concours d’Elegance

    KET Documentary Follows UK Doctor's Work Helping Kentucky Teens

    UK Pediatrician, Child Safety Advocate Named 2015 Public Health Hero

    KCH Keeps Cynthiana Teen Mobile with Ambulatory ECMO Technology

    Text Message Alerts Keep More Kentucky Children Up-to-Date with Vaccinations

    MRI-Compatible Incubator Ensures Safety of Newborns, Supports Pediatric Research

  • Markey Cancer Center news

  • Once a Symbol of Suffering, Radiation Masks are Transformed into Sculptures of Strength

    Fatalistic Beliefs May Prevent Appalachian Women from Completing HPV Vaccination Series

    New Strategic Plan to Guide UK HealthCare through 2020

    Markey Patient Going the Distance to Raise Awareness, Money for Cancer Care

    Markey Celebrates Cancer Survivorship with 'Expressions of Courage'

    Markey Researchers Present Latest Studies at Annual Research Day

    Hildebrandt Named Division Chief of Markey Hematology

    'Healthiest Weekend in Lexington' to Benefit Markey Cancer Center

    Markey's Narrative Medicine Programs Helps Heal Mind and Body

    Markey, LLS Host Fourth Annual 'Meet the Researchers Day'

    Evers Elected Treasurer for the American Surgical Association

    Markey's Bradley Receives Komen Grant to Develop Jin Shin Jyutsu Self-Help Videos

    Markey Launches App for Cancer Clinical Trials

    St. Claire Regional Medical Center Joins UK Markey Cancer Center Research Network

    A Little "Badger Blood" Helps UK Patient Fight Cancer