• Pavilion A and patient parking garage connected by walkway


  • News

  • Researchers Naser Jafari and Kate Zaytseva

    Our clinical research nurses help make discoveries happen

    Across UK, clinical research nurses perform two very important duties: carrying out clinical procedures and caring for clinical trial participants. At the end of 2016, these nurses were recognized for their unique service. Read the rest of the story » 


  • Dr. Eli Capiluto

    Bringing expertise to national summit on opioid drug crisis

    Addiction researchers, clinicians, intervention coordinators and health policy leaders from UK and UK HealthCare took part in a national conversation focused on combating the opioid drug crisis.  It should be only a few sentences with a link to the full story. Read the full story » 


  • Kate Zaytseva  and postdoc Naser Jafari

    UK wins $11.2 million NIH grant to study cancer-obesity link

    UK has been awarded an $11.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the link between cancer and metabolic disorders, including obesity. The prestigious award will enable UK to launch the UK Center for Cancer and Metabolism. Read the full story » 


  • UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital sign

    Chandler Hospital named among 100 great hospitals in America

    UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital has been named among the 100 Great Hospitals in America by Becker’s Hospital Review. Learn more about this recognition »


  • Dr. Matthew Bush

    Dr. Matthew Bush honored for work to improve hearing healthcare

    Dr. Matthew Bush, a clinician and researcher at UK Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, was recently awarded a prestigious fellowship for his research related to improving hearing healthcare in underserved rural areas. Read more about Dr. Bush »


  • Physician writing a prescription

    Monitoring programs can help address opioid epidemic

    New research from the UK College of Public Health suggests state drug-monitoring programs are effective in reducing the number of opioids prescribed to Medicaid recipients. Learn how these programs influenced prescribing practices  »


  • Susan Smyth

    Meet Dr. Susan Smyth, director of the UK Gill Heart Institute

    Our latest Making the Rounds interview features Dr. Susan Smyth, medical director of the UK Gill Heart Institute. Dr. Smyth is a researcher and physician focused on treating patients with bleeding and clotting disorders. Read the interview with Dr. Smyth »


  • Crowd of people at Gill Goes Red event

    ‘Gill Goes Red’ shares treats and tips in celebration of Heart Month

    The celebration of women’s heart health in the Pavilion A atrium of Albert B. Chandler hospital featured giveaways, prizes, and simple tips and substitutions to make your diet more heart-healthy. Learn about the 'Gill Goes Red' celebration »


  • Doctor consulting with patient

    The story behind our new Power of Advanced Medicine TV spot

    What happens when a world-class surgeon and a renowned researcher have an idea for a revolutionary new way to heal the heart? Our exciting new TV spot tells how the Power of Advanced Medicine could change life after heart attack. See the story behind our TV spot and watch the video »


  • DanceBlue Clinic ribbon cutting ceremony

    DanceBlue celebrates opening of new pediatric cancer clinic

    With a sailboat full of toys, murals of blue skies over the sea and a lighthouse, the new $1.6 million DanceBlue Kentucky Children's Hospital (KCH) Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic transports families to a beachside getaway. Read about the DanceBllue pediatric cancer clinic »


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