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KentuckyOne names vice president of finance for downtown Louisville medical campus

KentuckyOne Health, the largest health system in the Commonwealth, has named Bob Steltenpohl, CPA, vice president of finance for the downtown Louisville medical campus which includes Jewish Hospital, Frazier Rehab and the University of Louisville Hospital. Steltenpohl has 26 years of service to KentuckyOne Health and former organization, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare. During

Frazier Rehab earns national certification for specialized cancer rehabilitation program

Frazier Rehab Institute, part of KentuckyOne Health, has received national certification to offer the STAR Program (Survivorship Training and Rehabilitation), a nationally recognized program focused on caring for cancer survivors. The goal of the STAR program is to minimize the side effects of cancer treatments. STAR program treats a variety of cancer related symptoms and conditions

Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation mourns loss of benefactor David Klein

The Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation, part of KentuckyOne Health, is mourning the loss of David Klein, a philanthropic supporter of Jewish Hospital. David was a stalwart member of the Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation board. Thanks to his guidance, the Foundation achieved some key accomplishments including surpassing its $24 million goal in

Leadership changes announced by Cardiovascular Innovation Institute

Laman Gray, M.D., a pioneer in heart disease research and the development and use of cardiovascular assist devices and artificial organs, has been named executive director of the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute. Gray will continue in his role as medical director of CII. Roberto Bolli, M.D., has been named the scientific director and Stuart Williams, Ph.D.,

Dream the possible dream

How competence, confidence and courag turns a small town girl into a CEO. By Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman She grew up in a small Georgia farming community, the oldest of four children—three girls and one boy. Raised by her grandmother, Ruth W. Brinkley was too young to remember when her grandfather passed away. She does, however, remember how her grandmother wanted

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