Selena Whalen, RN, has been a nurse with the UofL Hospital Burn Center for 20 years.
Even though the transition to UofL Health is complete, it is not too late to take action on your retirement savings.
The region’s leading rehabilitation institute was established in 1954.
After extensive planning and review of the hospitals’ current financial situation, we are reducing our request to reflect better results on cost savings and revenues than initially projected.
Mary & Elizabeth Hospital celebrates Sister Alfreda Crantz’s decades of service at her 100th birthday surprise party
Sister Alfreda Crantz celebrated her 100th birthday Jan. 2. In honor of this momentous occasion, Mary & Elizabeth Hospital hosted a surprise birthday party to show our gratitude for her years of service to those less fortunate and her tireless commitment to healing.
UofL Health – Mary & Elizabeth Hospital proudly announces the arrival of Melisa Adkins, RN, BSN, MBA, as the facility’s new chief administrative officer.
Kentucky Employers’ Mutual Insurance (KEMI) recognized 24 Kentucky organizations for their commitment to workplace safety by presenting each of them with the 2019 KEMI Destiny Award. UofL Hospital was one of the organizations recognized. The Destiny Awards are presented annually by KEMI to policyholders that best exemplify KEMI’s motto, “Control your own destiny.” The awards…
During the month of January, your HR partners will be offering multiple manager training sessions. These two-day sessions are required for all managers who worked with the legacy KentuckyOne Health. Managers must attend both days to fulfill this requirement.
Kimberly Rallis will join the team as executive director of the Transplant Program at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital.
The free T-shirts are here! We had close to 7,000 employees order a free T-shirt. We are excited to see so many employees ready to display their UofL Health pride.