News – Feb 2017

LEXINGTON CLINIC ANNOUNCES 2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS LEXINGTON At Lexington Clinic’s annual Board of Directors meeting the following officers were

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Are Women Really Better at Intimate Relationships?

It was with equal amounts of anticipation and dread that I read the R. Chase article “What Men Want” in

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News – Jan 2016

Bix Named Honorary Lecturer at University of Glasgow LEXINGTON Dr. Gregory Bix has been given honorary status in the College

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When Hospice Works Too Well

The first US hospice program opened its doors in 1974. Today, there are more than 5,500 hospice agencies serving an

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Hosparus Can Help

LOUISVILLE With some 15 years of experience caring for patients with life-limiting illnesses, Jim Gaffney, MD, has gained valuable insights

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The Saliency of Palliative Care

Palliative care is largely unfamiliar to the general public, occasionally misunderstood in the medical community, and often used synonymously with

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In the Balance

In its early days, Kindred Healthcare’s business strategy focused on institutional care for seniors who could no longer live independently.

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Chaplaincy in the Modern Healthcare System

Current research, published by experts such as Dr. Harold Koenig, Duke University’s School of Medicine and Dr. George Fitchett, chaplain

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The Value of Hospice Care

LEXINGTON As someone who spends a significant amount of time discussing end-of-life care in professional and community settings I am

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Daniel’s Care Expands to Include Longer Term Pediatric Palliative Care

For more than 30 years, children with life-threatening or life-limiting illnesses have received special care at Hospice of the Bluegrass.

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