Many people are experiencing increased levels of stress, anxiety and depression. We have a wealth of expertise within UofL Health to provide a wide variety of psychiatric and behavioral health services to our patients and community.
We are excited to announce that UofL Health has been nominated as one of the “Best Places to Work – Greater Louisville” and this fall we want to hear our name when they announce the winners!
We are thankful for all our health care heroes. Here’s a summary of shout outs featured in the Daily Updates from April 2-8 and a few of our favorite photos from the week.
Coloring is a great way to relax and put the mind at ease. The activity helps refocus attention, improves mood and boosts creativity.
Feeling stressed out trying to help your kids navigate homeschooling? Our friends from the University of Louisville School of Education have shared a few resources that might provide a little relief.
This site has been established to improve access to testing for our patients, and to centralize the process while reducing PPE and clinic burden.
UofL has launched an expansion of our telehealth program to improve patient access while maintaining social distancing during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are a team member at Jewish Hospital, Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, Peace Hospital or Shelbyville Hospital, you can now pick up your prescriptions at the inpatient pharmacies at those locations.
UofL Hospital nurse, Hannah Fisher, helps bring hope to health care employees with blue heart stickers.
The National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) has certified the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at UofL Hospital as a Level 4 center, Its highest designation.