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Concours for the Cure Celebrates 10 Years

The 10th Annual Concours for the Cure will again be held at Southern Hills Country Club in Snug Harbor on Sunday, Sept. 27, 4-7 p.m.

The Warbirds will provide a special flyover in celebration of the event’s 10th anniversary.

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Grace Hospice Fundraiser

FOUNDATION EVENT: On Aug. 22, Grace Hospice Foundation held its annual fundraiser at the Hard Rock Casino, with this year’s theme “Grace Goes 80’s.” Attendees were encouraged to come decked out in their best ‘80’s outfits.

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Tom Vanderpool Provides Eye Care to Island Children

By EMILY RAMSEY

Eyesight can play a major role in determining a person’s success in life.
For the past eight years, Jenks optometrist Dr. Tom Vanderpool has been witnessing that fact firsthand on the Bahamian island of Bimini, where he, along with his wife, Susan, and son, Max, visit yearly to provide free eye exams and eyeglasses to the island’s nearly 250 children.

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Neroli a Key Ingredient in Rejuvenate Night Cream

Neroli oil is one of the most captivating essential oils a person could ever come across. It is believed that Neroli is named for Anne Marie de la Trémoille, the 17th century Italian Princess of Nerola and wife of Prince Flavio of Orsini. She is said to have worn Neroli as a perfume and used it in baths and on everything from linens to scarves and gloves for its wonderful fragrance.

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Tulsa’s Oklahoma Surgical Hospital Receives Five-Star Rating from Medicare and Medicaid

Recently the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) unveiled a five-star rating system for hospitals based on patient satisfaction to its Medicare Hospital Compare website. Oklahoma Surgical Hospital (OSH) was named one of only 251 hospitals nationwide to earn a five- star rating. Only seven percent of the 3,553 hospitals reviewed earned a five- star rating. The star system is based on patient responses to questions about doctor and nurse communication, room and bathroom cleanliness, noise, staff responsiveness, pain management, and clarity on post-discharge recovery instructions. Medicare Hospital Compare is an online resource that allows the public to compare hospitals according to a wide range of information.

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Tulsa’s Oklahoma Surgical Hospital Receives Five-Star Rating from Medicare and Medicaid

Recently the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) unveiled a five-star rating system for hospitals based on patient satisfaction to its Medicare Hospital Compare website. Oklahoma Surgical Hospital (OSH) was named one of only 251 hospitals nationwide to earn a five- star rating. Only seven percent of the 3,553 hospitals reviewed earned a five- star rating. The star system is based on patient responses to questions about doctor and nurse communication, room and bathroom cleanliness, noise, staff responsiveness, pain management, and clarity on post-discharge recovery instructions. Medicare Hospital Compare is an online resource that allows the public to compare hospitals according to a wide range of information.

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OU Researchers Target Heart Health with Grant

To improve cardiovascular health in Oklahoma, a $15 million grant will advance work by researchers at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and the School of Community Medicine in Tulsa in collaboration with health professionals statewide.

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St. Jude’s Home in Stone Canyon

By BLAKE AUSTYN

This year, Stone Canyon is one of more than 30 sites throughout the U.S. to become home to a St. Jude Dream Home as a part of the St. Judge Dream Home Giveaway.
The four-bedroom, 3,800-square-foot home is located at 7031 N. Scissortail Ct. and was built by Epic Custom Homes.

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CTCA Volunteer of the Year Spreads Joy

By MELINDA CUBBAGE

The saying goes, “We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.” That saying embodies the words and actions of Loretta Brunetti.

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St. Simeon’s to Hold Western Days

Western Days 2015: “Celebrating Saint Simeon’s, Where Caring Really Matters” will be held Sept. 15 at Central Park Hall at Expo Square. Saint Simeon’s Western Days 2015 event will mark the 19th year for this fundraising event that benefits Saint Simeon’s Foundation. This year’s event will support operations of Saint Simeon’s Episcopal Home, a senior living community.

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Heart Ball Promotes Cardiovascular Research

The American Heart Association’s 44th annual Tulsa Heart Ball was held on Feb. 7 at the Exchange Center at Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St. The Tulsa Heart Ball raises money for cardiovascular research and programs to improve the health of the community.

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Fundraiser to Benefit Margaret Hudson

The Margaret Hudson Program will hold its annual Sweet Cravings fundraiser March 28, 7-10 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel-Warren Place, 6110 S. Yale Ave. Patrons will be able to sample sweets and desserts from Tulsa’s finest restaurants and confectionaries. Hors d’oeuvres will also be served. The event will include a silent auction of baskets filled with themed goodies, such as sports events, weekend getaways, spa and beauty retreats, and dinner parties. Patrons will be entertained in style with jazz performed by the Sounds of Music Orchestra Little Big Band. KOTV news anchor Lori Fullbright will serve as emcee.

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St. John B.A. to Expand With Assisted Living

Construction is underway on Prairie House Assisted Living and Memory Care, a new senior living community being built on the campus of St. John Broken Arrow in Oklahoma.

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Bailey Bariatrics Offers Hope, Health

By EMILY RAMSEY

At 26 years old, Andrew Ames was nearly 350 pounds and taking four medications daily, with a family history of obesity, heart attacks, diabetes and strokes.
“I saw that I was falling into a sedentary lifestyle, and I made the conscious decision to make a positive change,” he says.

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St. John Plans Outpatient Cancer Center

St. John Health System has announced plans for a comprehensive outpatient cancer care center to be built on the St. John Broken Arrow campus, 1000 W. Boise Circle. The facility will be designed as a stand-alone, state-of-the-art outpatient facility providing convenient cancer treatment services to patients in eastern Oklahoma.

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