UofL Health employees and their dependents can now access free undergraduate tuition to the University of Louisville.
Holly Clem, RN, is one of the many friendly faces you’ll find at UofL Health – Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. As the chest pain and STEMI coordinator, she has spent the last four months working in the new 24/7 STEMI program for heart attack patients.
Two of our UofL Health nursing professional development practitioners won awards this year from the Association for Nursing Professional Development.
Greg Brislin, MS, works for UofL Health as a chest pain coordinator at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital. In this role, he oversees the STEMI process and ensures quality measures are taken in treating patients with heart problems.
Did you know Haily Smith, RN, BSN, CCRN, burn educator and resource nurse in the UofL Health – UofL Hospital – Burn Center loves eating chili cheese coneys from Skyline Chili? Find out more about Haily!
UofL Health – Jewish Hospital gave out its first DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award last week to 30+ year experienced retired nursing veteran Jack Boniakowski.
Brette Conliffe, Pharm.D., BCOP, works at UofL Health as a hematology/oncology clinical pharmacy specialist. She serves in this role at both UofL Health – Brown Cancer Center and UofL Health – UofL Hospital.
After scouting the nation’s top performers in sports medicine, UofL Health is pleased to announce leadership for the organization’s new UofL Health – Sports Medicine Institute.
Kimberly Gardner is the credentialing and volunteer coordinator at UofL Health – Shelbyville Hospital.
Being chief medical information officer (CMIO) wasn’t always the plan for Tom Dues, M.D. In fact, Dr. Dues almost wasn’t “Dr. Dues” at all. Get to know our CMIO!