Eye on CHI: Recent news

  • Mercy Foundation’s Healthy Kids Outreach Program Receives Grant

    JAN 14, 2019

    The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation recently made a generous grant of $10,000 in support the Healthy Kids Outreach Program (HKOP) of Mercy Foundation, Roseburg, OR. The funds will be used to support HKOP programs that provide dental prevention screenings and services for students in Douglas County, as well as oral health education and connection

  • CHI St. Joseph’s Health Now Offers 3D Mammography

    JAN 02, 2019

    CHI St. Joseph’s Health, Park Rapids, MN, has a new 3D mammography system, which enables physicians to see breast tissue with greater depth and clarity than a standard mammogram. The system also provides individualized dosing, based on each patient’s breast characteristics, to minimize patients’ radiation dosage and exposure up to 30%.

  • CHI Memorial Earns Center of Excellence Designation for Melanoma Treatment

    OCT 23, 2018

    CHI Memorial, Chattanooga, TN, has received the Melanoma Hope Network Center of Excellence designation, one of only 17 centers in the country, and the only one in Tennessee. This designation recognizes melanoma treatment centers and physicians that offer exceptional care, knowledge and compassion to patients diagnosed with advanced melanoma.

  • TriHealth and BrightView Partner to Help Patients with Opioid Use Disorders

    AUG 26, 2018

    TriHealth, Cincinnati, OH, is partnering with BrightView, a local outpatient addiction medicine practice, to help TriHealth providers who have questions about treatment care of patients with opioid use disorders. The partnership will complement TriHealth’s current alcohol and drug programs and ability to provide a seamless continuum of care.

  • CHI Memorial Donated Electrocardiogram Machines to Local Schools

    AUG 16, 2018

    CHI Memorial and The Chattanooga Heart Institute, Chattanooga, TN, have donated three electrocardiogram (EKG) machines and supplies to Walker County Schools in North Georgia. The machines will be used by students in health care science classes, part of a Career, Technical, and Agriculture Education (CTAE) program

Michael Romano
National Director, Media Relations
p: 303-383-2720
e: michaelromano@catholichealth.net

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