UofL Health – Jewish Hospital announces the arrival of John Walsh, MBA, FACHE as the facility’s chief administrative officer. Throughout his 20-year career in health care leadership, John has established himself as an operations expert, creating financial stability and powering growth for the facilities he leads.
All RN’s with an Indiana primary state of residence (PSOR) who do not complete the entire IN multi-state license (MSL) process prior to Oct. 31 will be permitted to renew their KY RN license during the regular KY renewal period (Sept. 15 – Oct. 31). At the time of renewal in KY, nurses must submit proof to the KBN that they have initiated the IN licensure process.
A huge congratulations to the recipients of the Employee Excellence Awards for the past quarter!
UofL Health–Mary & Elizabeth Hospital and Frazier Rehabilitation Institute receives recertification in pulmonary rehabilitation
Congratulations to UofL Health–Mary & Elizabeth Hospital and Frazier Rehabilitation Institute Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs recent recertifications and UofL Health Shelbyville Hospital Cardiovascular certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR).
Concur Travel and Expense will be available to UofL Health employees Aug. 3 and is mandatory for travel and expense transactions. This is system is not for employees of UofL Physicians.
Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. The good news is that when detected early, colon cancer is up to 90% curable.
UofL Health – Jewish Hospital held a celebration for its 100th CardioMEMS HF System implantation. The device is a revolutionary wireless monitoring sensor that has been proven to significantly reduce hospital admissions when used by physicians to manage heart failure.
UofL Health – Frazier Rehab Institute has again earned a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This important distinction sets Frazier Rehab Institute apart from our competitors and exemplifies our ongoing focus on quality, continuous improvement and innovation in patient care.
The right education can set the stage for big accomplishments. That’s why UofL Health has partnered with Strayer University, giving you powerful and affordable ways to learn, grow, and expand your skills.
As we continue to transition from the legacy policies and procedures to the new unified UofL Health policies and procedures and the integration of new applications, HR would like to share how the tracking and reporting of our employees’ licenses and certifications will work moving forward.