A new year means new opportunities to refresh and refocus on yourself and your goals. For some, this means setting routines, taking more time for self-care or allowing yourself to be more adventurous or financially independent. For others, a fresh start could also mean a fresh take on their wellness. How well you are isn’t…
The past several weeks we surveyed sample groups of leaders and employees to learn how we can improve our Performance Management Process. We are moving to a second phase where we will test the effectiveness of the improvements we are proposing.
The “Pfizer Five” rolled up their sleeves to receive their second doses of the COVID-19 vaccination on Jan. 4. This group consists of Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jason Smith, LaShawn Scott, RN, Dr. Mohamed Saad, Beth Sum, RN and Dr. Valerie Briones-Pryor.
UofL Health – Specialty Pharmacy proudly announces it has achieved accreditation through the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC).
Recently, nurses at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital 7 Towers had a rock cleansing ceremony to honor the COVID-19 patients they’ve lost since the pandemic began.
New UofL Physicians – Urgent Care Plus locations opening at Medical Center Northeast and in Bullitt County
UofL Physicians is expanding its urgent care presence in the Greater Louisville area. Five new urgent care centers branded as UofL Physicians – Urgent Care Plus will be opening over the next several months.
UofL Health made history a week ago today when Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jason Smith, rolled up his sleeve to receive the first COVID-19 vaccine in Kentucky. A week later, we caught up to the “Pfizer Five” to check-in on their symptoms and reflections after receiving the vaccine.
UofL Health welcomed Governor Andy Beshear to mark a historic moment in the fight against the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). The first vaccines shipped to Kentucky were administered Monday at UofL Hospital, which received 975 doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
Fox Family menorah will be lit for 63rd year Treasured tradition continues at UofL Health – Medical Center East
The first candle will be lit at sundown on the first day of Hanukkah on Thursday, Dec. 10 by Hilda Fox’s nephew, Lawrence Fox. The last night of Hanukkah is on Thursday, Dec. 17.
‘Tis the season to consider ordering holiday cards! Marketing has different designs for you to consider ordering.