Archive | October 18, 2011

The Making of the Pink Glove Dance

A special thank you to reporter Stephen Hooker with WIS-TV who visited Lexington Medical Center yesterday to shoot a news story about the “behind the scenes” aspects of our Pink Glove Dance video.

There are only three days of voting left in the Pink Glove Dance video contest! Lexington Medical Center is in the lead — out of 135 entries and with more than 50,000 votes — but it’s close, so we need your help! Vote for our video by going to this link.

“Know Your Numbers:” From the Mayo Clinic

Hi! I’m Jennifer Wilson, public relations manager at Lexington Medical Center. I’m attending a great health care conference at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. This morning, we saw a video that I wanted to share.

Heart disease is the #1 killer of men and women in the United States. Soon, Lexington Medical Center will begin to offer a full range of cardiovascular services, including open heart surgery.

Below is a video produced by the Mayo Clinic about the importance of women “knowing their numbers” when it comes to heart disease. The video is a parody based on the song “Jenny,” or “867-5309” from the 1980s. Remember that one?