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Bengals Wide Receiver Donates Hundreds of Clothing Items to Emergency Departments
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Bengals Wide Receiver Donates Hundreds of Clothing Items to Emergency Departments

Kettering Health received hundreds of clothing donations from Bengals wide receiver Jack Sorenson for women who undergo Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) exams and have their clothing taken as evidence. Sorenson donated bras, underwear, socks, sweatshirts, and pants to Kettering Health through his nonprofit, The Passions Project. “We are thrilled our partnership with the Cincinnati…

View Quarter 2 Town Halls: June 8-July 22
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View Quarter 2 Town Halls: June 8-July 22

Employees can now view their facility’s Quarter 2 Town Hall and the Safety First Forum presentation through HealthStream. Some of the topics covered in the Q2 Town Halls include a review of our performance in key result areas and how your feedback has helped to shape our 2022 retention and engagement strategy. You will also…

Act Fast! Purchase Cincinnati Bengals Tickets Without Extra Fees May 12
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Act Fast! Purchase Cincinnati Bengals Tickets Without Extra Fees May 12

Through our partnership with the Cincinnati Bengals, Kettering Health employees and volunteers can purchase tickets to see the Bengals play at Paul Brown Stadium this year and avoid extra fees found on other ticket websites. Single game tickets will be available for purchase online at bengals.com/ketteringtickets. This website will be updated with available tickets following…

Kettering Health Selected as Official Healthcare Provider of Cincinnati Bengals
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Kettering Health Selected as Official Healthcare Provider of Cincinnati Bengals

It’s official: Kettering Health has been selected as the official healthcare provider of the Cincinnati Bengals! Through this 10-year partnership, Kettering Health and the Cincinnati Bengals will collaborate on the development of community health programs and initiatives to make a difference in the lives of people in both the Dayton and Cincinnati regions.


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