• Flu Shots?  Today?
    No Problem.

    St. Elizabeth Physicians Express Care and Urgent Care Clinics offer $25 Flu Shots.

    With no appointment needed, we fit right into your busy schedule with convenient locations and extended evening and weekend hours.

    Flu Shots are also available with an appointment at any of our conveniently located primary care offices.
  • SmartHealthToday.com Launches

    St. Elizabeth has launched SmartHealthToday.com, an online eNews channel on timely and trending health related topics. SmartHealthToday.com offers articles from health care professionals and journalists regarding cancer, diabetes, family health, men's health, heart health, pregnancy, neurology, nutrition, sports medicine, urology, wellness, women's health and much more.

    Read more about the latest health topics and sign up for the email newsletter at SmartHealthToday.com
  • Now Offering Podiatry Care!

    St. Elizabeth Physicians new podiatry care service provides medical diagnosis and treatment for foot and ankle problems.

    Our experienced podiatrists are fully equipped to handle your podiatric needs from routine check-ups to treatments for surgery.

    Read more about our podiatry care specialty.
  • Extraordinary Women's Health

    St. Elizabeth Physicians welcomes the specialty of Urogynecology and Dr. Susan Oakley.

    Dr. Oakley is a Urogynecologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence and female pelvic floor disorders, such as prolapse and fecal incontinence.
  • eVisits: Your Doctor at Your Fingertips

    With eVisits it’s even easier to stay on top of your health.

    eVisits are a convenient, time saving and cost-effective alternative to a traditional office visit and ideal for non-urgent medical conditions: back pain, cough, diarrhea, headache, pink eye, sinus or vaginal discharge.

    Read more about eVisits and start one today!

    Learn more about eVisits on Local 12 News
  • St. Elizabeth Healthcare
    and Mayo Clinic
    Find out more about our collaboration.

CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- Physicians at St. Elizabeth were the first in the area to follow a national trend that allowed patients to see their doctor electronically. Read more on Local 12 News.

WNKU Radio (Matt Kelley) -- Dr. Kimberly Vormbrock of St. Elizabeth discusses eVisits on air with Matt Kelley of WNKU radio. Learn more about the eVisits program by listening to the recorded radio segment on WNKU radio.