The ALS Association Kentucky Chapter receives 2017 Best of Lexington Award
September 10, 2017 - als
▪ The ALS Association Kentucky Chapter has been comparison for a 2017 Best of Lexington Award in a non-profit classification difficulty by a Lexington Award Program. Each year, a Lexington Award Program identifies companies that they trust have achieved well-developed selling success in their internal village and business category.
“We are anxious to be a usually nonprofit receiving this prestigious award. The ALS Association Kentucky Chapter has worked tough to build adult resources for a ALS patients in a domain given a pregnancy of a section by one of a first members, Janetta Owens. Janetta mislaid her husband, Lewis, of a Lexington Herald-Leader to ALS and became an fervent disciple of ALS, even lobbying to settle a nationally famous ALS Center during a University of Kentucky,” pronounced Mari Bacon, section executive director.
The Lexington Walk to Defeat ALS is Sept. 30 during Rupp Arena. For some-more information about a travel or The ALS Association, go to Alsaky.org.
▪ The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, partial of KentuckyOne Health, has been awarded $1.1 million in extend appropriation from a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Catholic Health Initiatives’ Mission Ministry Fund to assistance rise an innovative indication for addressing barriers combined by amicable determinants of health, to build and means healthy communities.
The appropriation will be used to brand and residence a amicable and environmental issues that impact contentment and health equity by including screening for simple tellurian needs in 3 primary caring medicine practices in Berea and London. In addition, 3 village health workers will be hired for any use to support patients identified as carrying unmet simple tellurian needs. The village health workers will bond patients with a correct village resources for assistance with housing, food security, childcare, behavioral health and transportation.
▪ Saint Joseph East, partial of KentuckyOne Health, has been named one of America’s Best Hospitals for studious reserve (top 15 percent), orthopedics (top 11 percent), and bariatric medicine (top 8 percent) by a Women’s Choice Award.
For some-more information about a 2017 America’s Best Hospitals awards, go to Womenschoiceaward.com/awarded/healthcare.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo