Saint Joseph Berea to Discuss the Effect of Stress on Overall Health - Archived


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Katie Heckman, Manager, Community Relations
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Saint Joseph Berea to Discuss the Effect of Stress on Overall Health
During Bite Size Learning Event
Free health education event on Thursday, September 29

Berea, Ky. (September 20, 2016) — Saint Joseph Berea, part of KentuckyOne Health, invites the community to learn more about the effect of stress on overall health at the free Bite Size Learning event on Thursday, September 29. The event will take place from noon to 1:00 pm at the Baird Lounge at Berea College, located in the Alumni Building on Scaffold Cane Road.
 
Elizabeth Coblentz, APRN, KentuckyOne Health Primary Care Associates, will be the featured guest speaker at the program.
 
This is part of a series of Bite Size Learning events for the year, sponsored by Saint Joseph Berea and Thrive!, Berea College’s health and wellness program. At each event, a physician or staff member from Saint Joseph Berea will host a special lunch-and-learn-style presentation on a different health topic to increase awareness and educate the public.
 
The event is open to the public and advance registration is requested. Saint Joseph Berea provides free lunch to registered attendees. To register, call 859.986.6535.
 
About KentuckyOne Health
KentuckyOne Health, the largest and most comprehensive health system in the Commonwealth, has more than 200 locations including, hospitals, physician groups, clinics, primary care centers, specialty institutes and home health agencies in Kentucky and southern Indiana. KentuckyOne Health is dedicated to bringing wellness, healing and hope to all, including the underserved.  The system is made up of the former Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare and Saint Joseph Health System, along with the University of Louisville Hospital and James Graham Brown Cancer Center. KentuckyOne Health is proud of and strengthened by its Catholic, Jewish and academic heritages.

Publish Date: 

Thursday, September 22, 2016