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Frazier Rehab Institute

Exceptional Employees Doing Exceptional Things!

Exceptional Employees Doing Exceptional Things!

KentuckyOne Health Louisville Region is home to over 5,000 employees who do amazing work every day taking care of our patients and their families. When not here, our employees do exceptional things away from work – serving on community boards, competing in sporting competitions, leading at their place of worship, running small businesses, and more.

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ATTENTION NURSES: It's Time to Renew Your KBN License

KentuckyOne Health APRNs, RNs, and LPNs - it's time to renew your Kentucky Board of Nursing license! On September 15, we will begin pulling updated licensure data.

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Frazier Rehab Sports Medicine Athlete of the Month: John Timm, PT

Frazier Rehab Sports Medicine Athlete of the Month: John Timm, PT

To recognize the outstanding athletic achievements and healthy lifestyles of our employees, Frazier Rehab Sports Medicine has created an Athlete of the Month spotlight. Through this new spotlight, employees share about their athletic successes – hopefully inspiring others to get active!

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A Message from Deborah Lee-Eddie: Transition Work Groups & Merit-Based Compensation Increase

A Message from Deborah Lee-Eddie: Transition Work Groups & Merit-Based Compensation Increase

The “unofficial” end of summer is this weekend and what an exciting summer it has been for us all. I am pleased to provide another update as we prepare for the transition of our Louisville region facilities and operations to the University of Louisville. This is an important milestone in the future of our organization and for care in this community.

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Jewish Hospital Cancels Planned Suspension of Heart Transplant Program

Jewish Hospital Cancels Planned Suspension of Heart Transplant Program

KentuckyOne Health is canceling a voluntary action to place its heart transplant program on long-term inactivation, which was announced July 18. The organization is now asking the United Network for Organ Sharing, the organization that manages the U.S. organ transplant system, to disregard that action.

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