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7-Year-Old Saves Brothers Life, Credits Heimlich Heroes

Heroes come in all shapes, sizes—and ages. Take for example seven-year-old Anthony Colmenero, who recently saved his younger brother’s life. Anthony was eating dinner alongside his brother, Ryan, when suddenly Ryan fell off his chair. The toddler fell flat on his back, hitting his head. His mother, Tracy, rushed…

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Primary Care Medical Van Fundraising Event

Thank you to the seventy golfers and sponsors who helped raise $71,000 this year at our 29th annual outing held at the Maketewah Country Club. The event set a new fundraising record! Funding goes toward our primary care medical van which provides medical care to the homeless and uninsured population…

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2019 Inspire Healthcare Awards

Finalist are in! The Mobile Health Check Van is a FINALIST for the Gen-H Award! At the Deaconess Foundation, we care about our city, more importantly, the people who make up our Hometown! PROGRAM November 6, 2019 5:00pm Networking 6:15pm Program & Dinner LOCATION…

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Heimlich Heroes™ Education Program Receives $45,000 in Grants for School Education

Heimlich Heroes™, a non-profit program of the Deaconess Foundation which prepares and trains people to recognize and respond to a choking emergency, has been awarded $45,000 in grant monies that will go towards continued outreach within local schools throughout the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region. Grant funding comes from…

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