Laura Jones, LCSW, began her career wanting to go to law school and working in legal advocacy with the Center for Women and Families, a local non-profit that provides resources and housing for those impacted by domestic violence. She quickly fell in love with advising families and psychotherapy and realized a career in social work is her passion.
UofL Health can now offer follow-up care for recovered COVID-19 patients.
With over 30 years of experience, Kimberly Williams, BSN, RN-BC, is one of our finest health care heroes. Kimberly is a clinical nurse manager at UofL Health – UofL Hospital with a focus in endoscopy.
Cathy and Dr. Briones-Pryor are being recognized for their character, inspiration and hard work, and they need your vote!
The UofL Health – Office of Professional Practice is pleased to announce that we are taking a step to help encourage those with an interest in health care by offering job shadowing at all our UofL Health facilities, including our administrative offices.
For its second consecutive year, and third year overall, UofL Health – Shelbyville Hospital has been named one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Kentucky in the medium-sized employer category.
March is Social Work Month and we’re excited to spotlight our social workers across the organization, starting with our new palliative care social worker – Lacey Exton.
Martha Mather, CEO, UofL Health – Peace Hospital has been named one of the 2022 Business Women First Enterprising Women Awards honorees.
Congratulations to the following UofL Health providers for being among winners of Louisville Business First’s 2022 Health Care Heroes honorees.
Jim Hannaman, BSN, RN, is the clinical applications team lead under the UofL Health – Information Technology department. In his role, he oversees the work of our clinical applications teams, primarily the Cerner (our hospital-based electronic health record system) team.