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Meet Nick Cooper, executive director and administrator for Masonic Home of Louisville

Meet Nick Cooper, executive director and administrator for Masonic Home of Louisville

Corner Office: Meet Nick Cooper, executive director and administrator for Masonic Home of Louisville FAST FACTS Hometown Louisville Family My wife (Bobbi Jo) and kids (Halle and Conley) Hobbies Dancing and playing with the kiddos…which often involves dancing. Favorite daytime beverage Coffee   Medical News: What’s one thing that really piqued your interest in healthcare? Nick Cooper:

Meet James Hedrick, MD, notable pediatrician from Bardstown Ky.

Fast Facts Board certified in pediatrics. In private practice for 40 years. Education: University of Kentucky College of Medicine (Residency, Pediatrics); University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine (Medical School) Medical News: Why did you become a doctor? James Hedrick, MD: I have a degree in nuclear physics and my wife said she would not marry me

Physician Spotlight: Meet Evelyn Montgomery Jones, MD, a dermatologist from Paducah, Ky.

Meet Evelyn Montgomery Jones, MD, a dermatologist from Paducah, Ky. who is leading a community initiative to make Paducah the first Blue Zone in Kentucky Board Certified by American Board of Dermatology and KMA Alternate Trustee Husband of 30 years: Shawn C. Jones, MD Three adult children: Rebecca Jones, Shawn Curtis Jones, Jr. and Caleb

Meet Eric Friedlander, chief resilience officer at the Louisville Metro Office of Resilience and Community Services

  FAST FACTS Hometown: Louisville Family: My wife, Indigo, three dogs and three cats. Hobbies: Photography and singing Currently reading: The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America (Liveright, 2017) Most grateful for: How fortunate I have been over my career and for the many great friend I have made. Your

Meet LaTonia Sweet, MD, with Clark Physician Practices

Medical News: Looking back on the past year, how has the healthcare system changed and what is the physician community doing to adapt to the changing environment? LaTonia Sweet, MD: The cost of practicing medicine is becoming more and more expensive. Administrative costs to provide services and get reimbursed appear to be ever growing. Physicians

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