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  • We take pride in achieving excellence in patient care, education, research and community service.

    Developed in 2006, UK HealthCare's community engagement program has established mutually beneficial relationships with and is a major contributor to more than 120 local, state and national organizations that are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of countless citizens in our city, state and beyond.

    More than simply extending financial support, UK HealthCare’s community engagement program provides accurate and reliable health information and education, health screenings, and risk assessments, along with an extensive lineup of expert physician and other clinical speakers.

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    National Kidney Foundation Louisville Walk delete
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  • Safe Kids

    Safe Kids Fayette County is a member of Safe Kids Worldwide, a global network of organizations dedicated to preventing accidental injury. We know our efforts are needed because as many as 90 percent of accidental injuries can be prevented. Visit our Safe Kids site »

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