In April, UofL Health will open the state’s largest drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site at Cardinal Stadium. At this site, we’ll have the ability to vaccinate up to 4,000 people per day, for seven weeks. Register today at UofLHealth.org!
As we reflect on the past year, we’d like to share your stories about how you and your team have shown resilience in the face of adversity.
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day increases awareness of the registered dietitian (RD) as an indispensable provider of nutrition services and recognizes their commitment to helping people enjoy healthy lives. Help celebrate our 28 RDs on March 10!
March 1 kicks off Social Worker Month at UofL Health and across the nation! Who’s ready to celebrate our 30-plus social workers throughout UofL Health?
Interested in learning more about brain injuries and their impacts after treatment? Register for the 2021 BIAK Brain Injury Summit today!
UofL Health announces the promotion of Jason Chesney, M.D., Ph.D., to chief administrative officer of UofL Health – Brown Cancer Center and the UofL Health Oncology Service Line.
February is Heart Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about heart health, preventing cardiovascular disease and keeping your clock ticking for many years to come. We have tons of educational opportunities to learn about heart health cardiovascular disease as well as chances to get featured on our social media and share your story about what heart month means to you!
UofL Health announces the promotion of Debra Riley, DNP to vice president of Cardiovascular Services. Debra has been the executive director with UofL Physicians – Cardiothoracic Surgery for the past year, working to help align the cardiovascular and cardiothoracic practices into a fully integrated service line.
UofL Health announces the promotion of Elea Mihou Fox as the system’s first vice president of philanthropy. Elea brings more than a decade of successful fundraising experience, spending the last three years as the executive director of development for the UofL Health – Brown Cancer Center.
A number of health issues may have a negative impact on a woman’s well-being during pregnancy and childbirth. Three out of five maternal deaths in the U.S. are considered preventable, yet the U.S. has a higher rate compared to other high-income countries. The Center for Women & Infants (CWI) has been making strides to improve maternal morbidity and mortality at UofL Health – UofL Hospital.