Four new members join Saint Joseph Foundation board
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) — The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation has added four new members to its 2021-2022 board of directors.
Four new members – Anna Cambron, Julia Hall, Stephen Hillenmeyer and Delaine Thiel – have joined the board this year.
Other Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation board members are: Larry Cowgill, chair; Daryl K. Love, vice chair; Tracy Colon, secretary; Alan VanArsdall, treasurer; Tony Houston, CEO, CHI Saint Joseph Health; Leslie Smart, CFRE, president, Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation; Judy Albrecht; Kathy Arms; Judy Cummins; Lisa Gumm-Gray; Laura Hayden; Missy Lange; Christy Nash; and Gregory Yeary.
“We are so thankful to have on our board such dedicated members of our community who are eager and willing to give back,” said Leslie Smart, CFRE, Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation. “They are dedicated to making sure Saint Joseph Hospital offers the best services and programs for patients and are truly helping make a difference in the lives of so many of our community members each day.”
The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation is a nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to build healthier communities by elevating patient care through an integrated physical and behavioral health delivery system.
CHI Saint Joseph Health, part of CommonSpirit Health, is one of the largest and most comprehensive health systems in the Commonwealth of Kentucky with 100 locations in 20 counties, including hospitals, physician groups, clinics, primary care centers, specialty institutes, home health agencies and an ambulatory Care Center.
The hospitals in CHI Saint Joseph Health are Flaget Memorial Hospital, Saint Joseph Berea, Saint Joseph East, Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph Jessamine, Saint Joseph London, Saint Joseph Mount Sterling, and Women’s Hospital at Saint Joseph East.
In total, the health system serves patients in 35 counties statewide.
Saint Joseph Hospital is a 433-bed hospital located in Lexington. Established in 1877 by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in Kentucky, the facility serves residents of central and eastern Kentucky and is a nationally recognized tertiary medical center.