Welcome to KYHEC!
The Kentucky Healthcare Ethics Consortium enjoyed a very successful inaugural year and is now in its second year! KYHEC is an initiative of the University of Kentucky Program for Bioethics and its mission is to establish a community of ethics colleagues across the state. KYHEC offers opportunities to network with ethics colleagues, discuss challenging cases, and access educational offerings and training materials. With a wide range of offerings that include an annual conference, regional workshops, listserv participation, webinars, online resources and more, KYHEC strives to be accessible for members across the state and to provide information and resources that meet the needs of our members.
KYHEC membership is open to any healthcare institution in the Kentucky region. Hospitals that are part of the UK Markey Cancer Center Affiliate Network receive KYHEC membership as part of their affiliate agreements. If your institution is a MCCAN hospital, you're already a member!
To learn more about becoming a member or to see a list of member benefits, please click on "Membership" at the top of the page. The following institutions are already KYHEC members!
Baptist Health Corbin
Baptist Health Lexington
Baptist Health Richmond
Clark Regional Medical Center
Frankfort Regional Medical Center
Georgetown Community Hospital
Hardin Memorial Hospital
Harlan ARH Hospital
Harrison Memorial Hospital
Hazard ARH Regional Medical Center
Highlands Regional Medical Center
Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital
Norton Children's Hospital
Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital
Rockcastle Regional Hospital
St. Claire Regional Medical Center
The Medical Center at Bowling Green
TJ Samson Community Hospital
Tug Valley ARH Regional Medical Center
As an outreach initiative of the Unversity of Kentucky College of Medicine's Program for Bioethics, KYHEC is fully administered and maintained by the Program for Bioethics. Support for KYHEC comes from the University of Kentucky and KYHEC membership fees. KYHEC is administratively coordinated by Kim Browning, MPH and directed by Rebecca Yarrison, PhD.