UofL Health is pleased to announce that Aundrea Lewis, MBA, RN, NE-BC, has been selected as the next chief executive officer of UofL Health – Peace Hospital.
Are you a good cook? We know someone who is looking to learn! Meet Marriah Foss, MSHA.
Do you know how to fly a plane? We know someone who would love to learn. Meet Lynn Robbins, BSN, RN, CRRN, who has worked for UofL Health for almost nine years and is now the nurse navigator for RETAIN services.
Jacqueline Aceto, MSSW, has been with UofL Health – Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, for one year. As the social worker for the Detox Unit at Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, she is responsible for discharge planning and support for the unit.
Sharon Outlaw, RN, BSN, CCRN-CSC, has been with UofL Health for 32 years working as a nurse in the CVICU/open heart recovery unit with UofL Health – Heart Hospital.
Gregory Lucky, MBA, Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (CLSSBB), has worked with UofL Health for nearly five years. He currently serves as the director of patient access for UofL Health – UofL Physicians.
Erin Hinkle, RN, BSN, has been with UofL Health – Heart Hospital for a year and a half. While with Heart Hospital, Erin has worked on the VAD and heart transplant floor (5 Towers) and has been a registered nurse, relief charge nurse and preceptor.
Caitlin Cushing, RN, has worked with UofL Health for a little over seven and a half years. Originally from New Albany, Indiana, she graduated from Galen College of Nursing and works in the Emergency Department at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital as a charge nurse.
Amy Howlett, RN, has worked with UofL Health for 19 years. For much of that time, Amy worked as a nurse in the cath lab of UofL Health – Jewish Hospital.
Aundrea Lewis, MBA, RN, NE-BC, has worked at UofL Health – Peace Hospital for 16 years. Aundrea has recently been named the interim chief executive officer of Peace Hospital where she leads a wonderful group of team members who provide excellent and quality care.