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Lawrence County Emergency Management 54 minutes ago
Here's your Monday update.No school for Lawrence County and Trinity Christian Academy today. We currently have no advisories for Lawrence County but one should still use caution when driving today, especially on secondary roads. We curr...See More
In case you haven't noticed, the state is sponsoring a a website that is up to date and informative as far as emergency situations incluuding boil water announcements and road conditions are concerned.. The Lazer also has the Weather station for the Lawrence County area on the top of the main page. The state, and the local EMS has grown significantly in recent years especially in terms of technology.
The Lazer has a link to the EMS on the main page
By Catrina VargoDebra MillerLouisa, Ky. -- The Lawrence County Health Department Board meeting was held Thursday, Jan. 30, and a new Director was hired. Since former Director, Faith Frazier resigned in October, the position remained vacant until December when a Director was hired, but left only after one month. The new Director is Debra Miller, who served as Community Relations Manager at Kings Daughters Medical Center in Ashland, where she resides.Miller will officially start as the Director of the Lawrence County Health Department on Monday, Feb. 17.Ms. Miller holds an MBA with more than 25 years diverse experience providing leadership in a variety of facilities. Practiced in Finance and Management, she managed a $1.1 million restaurant development project and a $700,000 mobile health services project, The Kings Daughters web site says. The site also says Miller has "proven ability to organize and lead successful programs and teams, is experienced in grants management - development of proposals, implementation of programs, program analysis and evaluation of program effectiveness."
More information will be posted after Miller begins next week.
Nurse practitioners, Ashley See and Karen Short will be providing the extended coverage from 5:00 pm – 6:30 p.m. on Thursday evenings. “The new hours will improve access to care during the early evening hours for patient needs,” said Glenna Crum, Three Rivers Medical Clinics Director. “We hope to see people who would not normally be able to make an office visit during traditional hours.”Patients can call the clinic (606-638-4504) to schedule a visit during the new evening hours. In addition to scheduled appointments, walk-in patients will also be received during the extend hours clinic.
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