Clinical News

May 26, 2017

The first new health care delivery facility to be constructed in the Louisville Medical Center in nearly a decade reached its full height today. The University of Louisville celebrated the topping...

April 2017 Pediatric Medical Office Building Construction
May 9, 2017

Construction of the Pediatric Medical Office Building continues to progress. See the latest time lapse video from April 2017.

Videos are added to an archive each month so you can go back...

April 27, 2017

Jason Chesney, M.D., Ph.D., will take the reins as director of the University of Louisville’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center, pending approval by the UofL Board of Trustees. In making the...

April 18, 2017

Kentucky is in the stroke belt, among the states with the highest incidence of stroke. Luckily, residents of the Louisville and Southern Indiana region who suffer a stroke can receive the highest...

April 8, 2017

We all want the best for our children so when Lakin Jones of Campbellsburg, Ind. was diagnosed with morphea, it was vital to her parents that she receive the best care possible, and that is...

Pediatric Medical Office Building construction
April 5, 2017

In March, fifth floor concrete was completed and work began to form the sixth floor. Plumbing and electrical work is continually being installed. Wall and framing is also beginning for lower...

Dr. Erin Medlin
March 22, 2017

Dr. Erin Medlin of UofL Physicians - Gynecologic Oncology provides an overview of cervical cancer and the HPV vaccine. She also highlights the disparity in cervical cancer deaths...

Dr. Forest Arnold
March 22, 2017

Dr. Forest Arnold of UofL Physicians – Infectious Diseases provides an overview of influenza--the flu vaccine, the flu season and flu prevention along with a brief overview of...

March 3, 2017

In the last month, progress of the Pediatric Medical Office Building has involved pouring a lot of concrete, and we are seeing more vertical movement.The level 3 support slab over the basement was...

February 28, 2017

The annual Bill Collins Symposium for Parkinson’s Disease for patients, families and caregivers will be held this year on Thursday, April 6.

Admission is free. 

Supported by the Bill...

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