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Developed in 2006, UK HealthCare's community engagement program has established mutually beneficial relationships with and is a major contributor to more than 120 local, state and national organizations that are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of countless citizens in our city, state and beyond.
More than simply extending financial support, UK HealthCare’s community engagement program provides accurate and reliable health information and education, health screenings, and risk assessments, along with an extensive lineup of expert physician and other clinical speakers.
May 25, 2016
Hauling: am I ready?
Most people who own horses want to take these horses places: shows, trail rides, camps, etc. Most of the times, trailering training is focused on the horse (understandably so) and not so much on the driving abilities and plain vehicle/engine knowledge of the driver. A few months ago one my clients’ friend, a very friendly […]
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April 21, 2016
Horsin’ around for kids in Kentucky
Last week, UK HealthCare was a sponsor of the Camp Out 2015, a fundraising dinner with a silent and live auction benefiting Camp Horsin’ Around. Camp Horsin’ Around serves children throughout Kentucky and the surrounding states with illnesses including cancer, diabetes, asthma, sickle cell anemia, kidney disease, AIDs, heart ailments and other chronic illnesses. While […]
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