UK HealthCare

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UK HealthCare
Private (not-for-profit)
Industry Health care
Founded 1957
Headquarters 800 Rose Street
Lexington, Kentucky
Area served
Kentucky
Key people
Director
Dr. Michael Karpf
Services Tertiary Level Clinical Care
Rehabilitation
Cancer Centers
Community Medical Facilities
Retirement & Long-term Care
Research
Health Care Education
Medical Information Technology
Website ukhealthcare.uky.edu

UK HealthCare is the health care system that is based on the campus of the University of Kentucky (UK) in Lexington, Kentucky. It consists of the university's hospitals, clinics, outreach locations, and patient care services along with UKs health profession colleges.

Colleges[edit]

Hospitals[edit]

Albert B. Chandler Hospital
Biological-Pharmaceutical Building

Clinics and centers[edit]

  • Student Health Facility: This building houses University Health Services.
  • Center for Advanced Surgery
  • Centers of Excellence: This includes the Centers for Rural Health, Critical Care Centers, the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging among numerous other units.
  • Gill Heart Institute: This houses clinics, diagnostic areas, six Cath and EP laboratories and numerous offices. It is the home of the University of Kentucky Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery.
  • Kentucky Clinic
  • Kentucky Neuroscience Institute
  • Markey Cancer Center

Academic buildings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alessi, Ryan (January 26, 2010). "UK's new pharmacy building dedicated". Lexington Herald-Leader. Retrieved 2013-11-24. 

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