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Specialists Partner With Hospital to Form UC Health
UC, University of Cincinnati Physicians and University Hospital announced on Friday, Aug. 21, that they have come together to form UC Health.

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UH Boosts Efficiency of Surgery Experience
University Hospital has made a concerted effort in the past year to improve its perioperative care process as part of developing more efficient, effective operating room usage standards.
College Adopts New Admission Process
While Washington focuses on restructuring our health care system, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is focusing on a new way to select the doctors it will send out into a possibly re-engineered field.
Treatment Is Helping Even the Youngest of Patients
Jacob Treebeard Brown playfully banged his tiny dump truck against the make-believe construction zone laid out on a bedside table at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
The Home Stretch: Four Schools and 20 Years Later, Allied Health Graduate Has Dream Career in Sight
Paula Phipps has sat through many first days of school—but it has taken her many years to see the one she’ll attend this month.
Faculty Members Join Forces to Bring UC a Step Closer in Creating Lupus Center
A world traveler and renowned physician-scientist, Evelyn Hess, MD, has seen nearly every autoimmune disease—from rheumatoid arthritis to Behcets disease and relapsing polychondritis. And thanks to medical advances and education, she is familiar with the cause of each of these diseases, not to mention the symptoms and treatments.
Doc's Skills Result in Another Shot for Tennessee Basketball Player
A stunning loss in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. A grueling practice less than 48 hours later that resulted in a shoulder injury. But for college basketball player Amber Gray, things were about to get even worse.
Nursing Students Earn Program Credit at Coney Island
Fond memories of Coney Island have resonated throughout Greater Cincinnati since the park opened in 1886 and over the decades the additions of rides, concessions and the Sunlite Pool have become synonymous with a day of summertime fun for park goers of all ages. What people tend to forget, however—at amusement parks and during other outdoor activities—is that an unprepared day in the sun can not only cut the fun short but also lead to potential health hazards.
Jensen Symposium Highlights Work on Nuclear Receptors
The 2009 inaugural Cincinnati Cancer Symposium Series will focus on nuclear receptors to honor the contributions of Elwood Jensen, PhD, a respected scientist who made significant contributions to the field of medical science in breast cancer.Jensen is the Distinguished University Professor and...
Renovated Labs Will Help Department Reach New Level
Environmental Health to add 7,500 square feet of additional work space as part of a major renovation plan.
Air Force Relationship Brings Research Into Military Medicine
Each morning, United States Air Force Capt. Ryan Earnest, MD, commutes from Dayton, Ohio, to UC’s surgical research lab. It’s not a short drive, but for Earnest, a second-year surgical resident at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, his time at UC allows him to participate in research that could change how he works in the future.
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