Engage is our way of elevating Norton Healthcare’s voice on the issues that impact our employees, our community and the people who rely on us. Join us as we discuss a wide array of these issues with our elected officials.
On Aug. 17, Norton Healthcare Engage will welcome Rachel Mattaline, LCSW, from Norton Children’s Medical Group Behavioral Health, Crystal Gray from Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) Bullying Prevention Department, and Katie Patton, Norton Children’s Social Media Project Manager to discuss School-Aged Bullying and Social Media Safety. Parents and guardians will learn how to work with their child’s teacher and their school if they suspect bullying behavior and how to work with JCPS to protect their child and others. The event will also focus on the proper use of social media and how to protect kids from other online dangers. Please register for this event below.
On June 22, Norton Healthcare Engage welcomed Norton Children's David S. Foley M.D., Katy Hopkins Ph.D., and Dr. Brit L. Anderson M.D., to speak about Guns, Mental Health and our Children. Dr. Foley, a pediatric surgeon and medical director, pediatric trauma, was joined by Dr. Hopkins, a child and adolescent psychologist, and Dr. Anderson, a pediatric emergency medicine physician, and discussed what parents and caregivers can do to help protect their kids and educate them on mental health and gun safety. Watch the recorded event below!
On April 28th, Norton Healthcare Engage welcomed the Governor of Kentucky, Andy Beshear, and Norton Healthcare leadership to an incredibly informative Engage event! The event was split into two sections: a conversation with Governor Beshear on the importance of a robust and well-supported healthcare workforce and a panel discussion with Norton Healthcare leadership on the new West Louisville hospital. Thank you to those who attended this event. Please watch a recording of the event below.
On March 9th, Norton Healthcare’s Engage Series welcomed Natalie Harris, Executive Director of Louisville’s Coalition for the Homeless, Casie Kichler, system director for Norton Healthcare Care Continuum, and Matt Ayers, CAO of Norton Hospital. They led an impactful conversation on homelessness in Kentucky, the social determinants of health, and how they can be addressed to give all Louisvillians an opportunity to thrive. Thank you to those who attended the event! Please watch the recording of this event below.
On Monday, Feb. 28th, Norton Healthcare Engage welcomed Dr. Kelly McCants, Rev. Dr. Kevin Cosby and Rev. Dr. Bruce Williams to the Norton Healthcare Engage Series. Dr. Kelly McCants serves as Norton Healthcare’s executive medical director of advanced heart failure and executive director of Norton Healthcare’s Institute for Health Equity. Dr. McCants was accompanied by Rev. Dr. Kevin Cosby, Sr. Pastor of St. Stephen Church and President of Simmons College of Kentucky, and Rev. Dr. Bruce Williams, Sr. Pastor of Bates Memorial Baptist Church. These trusted faith and community leaders revealed the greatest needs of Louisville’s most disinvested neighborhoods, as shared from residents on a bended knee. Serving as the voice of the community, these speakers provided real-time insight on the problems and barriers West Louisville residents are facing. Thank you for joining us for this important discussion and we hope that you may be inspired to continue doing your part toward achieving health equity. Please watch the recording of this event below!
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