KentuckyOne Health Launches New Website


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In today’s work environment nothing happens without teamwork. Through a monumental effort, and with the help of a dedicated team, the new KentuckyOne Health website has launched. Thousands of pages from the Saint Joseph, Jewish and University of Louisville | James Graham Brown Cancer Center websites were reviewed, consolidated and created under the KentuckyOne Health brand guidelines.

The project to consolidate the three prior sites into one started almost a year ago. Critical work was performed to identify the right strategy for the new KentuckyOne Health website and the groundwork was done to ensure that the site had the flexibility to handle all the marketing, communication and consumer transaction efforts of the entire KentuckyOne Health system.

A quick glance at the home page of the site reveals a strategic effort to drive key areas of our system. The physician finder, first and foremost, is front and center on the site. Connecting consumers with physicians is critical in our day-to-day operations and the newly enhanced physician finder provides consumers a number of ways to find the right physician in their desired location.

Also front and center on the site are large rotating banner areas that allow for the system to communicate major marketing efforts, the latest communications and other important news. Directly below the rotating banners consumers will find six key areas of focus: Heart and Vascular Care, Neurology Care, Cancer Care, Orthopedics and Sports MedicinePrimary Care and Women’s Care.

With any website the work never stops and the flow of communication on Classes and Events, News, Patient Stories and the services we provide need constant updating, fresh content and the help of all in the system in order to deliver top-notch consumer experiences. Suggestions, comments and new inquiries should be discussed within your team, and management for approval, and those requests can be made through the Web Request Form.