Register today for the third annual meeting of the Kentucky Pediatric
Emergency Care Coalition (KPECC), a voluntary and collaborative effort to
improve emergency medical care for children. Everyone, from children’s hospitals to community and critical access hospitals, along
with other partners, is working together to improve the care children receive when it matters most.
Join KPECC to raise the bar on pediatric readiness in the
ED, to include pediatric metrics in QI programs, to increase capacity
and disaster preparedness to address pediatric issues and ultimately to
decrease morbidity and mortality for ill and injured children.
All hospitals are invited to join the Kentucky Pediatric Emergency
Care Coalition at its third annual meeting on March 6, at the KCTCS
System Office in Versailles.
March 6, 2019
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
KCTCS System Office
300 North Main Street
The Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky (BIAK) will host the 25th Annual Brain Injury Summit on Friday, March 7 at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital in Lexington.
The Summit is designed to provide attendees with an understanding of the interdisciplinary advancements and strategies in the treatment of severe traumatic brain injury from the initial response, transportation to the trauma center, acute hospitalization, rehabilitation and return to the community. A well-qualified faculty of specialists will address ways the research evidence is integrated with their expertise and its practical value in clinical decision making.
For details and to register, view BIAK's brochure.
Post Office Box 436629
Louisville, Kentucky 40253-6629