As of 2015, St. Elizabeth Healthcare provides a wide variety of services to patients in the greater Cincinnati area, such as alcohol and drug treatment, audiology and speech pathology, pulmonary rehabilitation, sports medicine and pediatric services. Other services offered by St. Elizabeth Healthcare include behavioral health, executive physicals, physical and occupational therapy, wound care and weight management.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare is the system of Roman Catholic hospitals covering the greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky regions. The organization was established in 1861 with the founding of St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Covington, Kentucky, which was founded under the patronage of St. Elizabeth of Kentucky. As of 2015, the St. Elizabeth Healthcare system features a total of six medical centers, including the original Covington location.
The other five medical centers in the St. Elizabeth system are St. Elizabeth Edgewood, St. Elizabeth Falmouth, St. Elizabeth Florence, St. Elizabeth Fort Thomas and St. Elizabeth Grant. The Fort Thomas and Florence locations were acquired through St. Elizabeth's 2008 merger with St. Luke Hospitals. Prior to this, the Fort Thomas hospital was known as St. Luke East, and the Florence hospital was known as St. Luke West.
In addition to these hospitals, St. Elizabeth also has numerous other patient resources in the area, including a physician organization with more than 300 physicians and over 70 providers. There are an additional 1,200 physicians with admitting privileges.