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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!