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  • Leadership Welcomes Newest Members

    Shelia Logan, Executive Assistant for Sterling Health Care (SHC), was one of several speakers at the commencement ceremony for the Leadership Montgomery County Class of 2023, held on Apr. 28. A graduate of this year’s leadership class herself, Logan shared the valuable skills and memories she had gained throughout her time with the class, as well as her gratitude for the opportunity to participate in the program. Pictured below, from left, is MinDee Hudson, SHC Chief Operating Officer; Logan; Jennifer Carpenter, SHC Human Resources Manager; and Michelle Lesieur, SHC Human Resources Administrative Assistant, after the conclusion of the ceremony.

  • SHC Supports BBBS Bowl For Kids Sake

    Sterling Health Care was one of 12 teams represented at Bowl For Kids Sake at Sterling Lanes on Sunday, an event held by the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass organization. SHC previously committed $1,000 to the organization which aims to partner adult volunteers with children in communities for mentoring purposes. To the delight of those in attendance, BBBS reported it has exceeded its annual goal at this point with one more event remaining. Members of Team SHC were, front from left, Leigha Ritchie, Alex Pate, Monica Lara, Michelle Lesieur; Back from left, Jeff Pinkerton, Lucas Ritchie and Mason Lesieur.

  • Carlisle Staff Tours New Facility, Readies for Clinic Opening April 17th

    Sterling Health Care’s staff and others had their first look at the interior of the new facility on Friday afternoon, taking the opportunity to go over some of the operational details before touring to see all the features of the new 9,000-square-foot facility. Operations are on schedule for ribbon cutting and Open House ceremonies on April 13th, followed by the official first day on Monday, April 17.

  • SHC Among Sponsors for Dr. MLK Luncheon

    Several members of Sterling Health Care’s staff attended a luncheon presented by the Montgomery County Schools and the Black and Hispanic Achievers program on Jan. 16, 2023. The program honored the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., with educator and featured guest Rosz Akins delivering the afternoon’s keynote address. Akins spoke on several topics, including the creation of her program called Black Males Working (BMW) and the importance of nurturing potential in African American and Hispanic students. The luncheon brought about important conversations ahead of Black History Month, which is honored in February.

  • Sharing Knowledge With Students

    Sterling Health Care’s Dede Carmichael (sitting) and Casey Razor attended the McNabb Middle School 8th Grade Career Fair in mid-January, interacting with several groups of students and providing explanations of different roles and responsibilities in healthcare. Razor’s attendance came shortly after being named the company’s new School-Based Health Program Coordinator.

  • Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE)

    Sterling Health Care was represented by three members of its management team during the Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE) Social Determinants of Health Lab held Wednesday, Dec. 7. The lab was held to educate attendees on the recent integration between the Kentucky Health Information Exchange and the state’s resource engine, kynect resources. Attending the event were, from left, Rebecca Thomas, SHC Director of Quality Assurance; Morgan Chance, SHC Information Technology Manager; and Tiffany Taul-Scruggs, SHC Patient Service Outreach Coordinator.

  • Company Overview to Current Leadership Montgomery County Class

    Sterling Health Care's MinDee Hudson (pictured at left, facing camera), Chief Operations Officer, and Tina Bryant, Chief Executive Officer, were at the clinic construction site in Mount Sterling on Thursday afternoon, providing a company overview to members of the current Leadership Montgomery County class. The group of 18 members viewed ongoing construction progress and listened to details about the new facility, which is being located at 635 Maysville Road, directly behind the current Sterling Women's Care / Montgomery Dental Center. After the presentations, Hudson and Bryant fielded a few questions before expressing their appreciation for the visit and allowing SHC to be a part of the plans for Leadership Montgomery County, which is devoted to identifying, involving, and shaping community leaders in the county.

  • KHRA Meeting and Governor’s Signing

    With Sterling Health Care’s Tiffany Taul Scruggs and others looking on, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear signs six health care bills in Frankfort that will provide Kentucky families with better access to medical care. Others in attendance included members of Kentucky Rural Health Association, state lawmakers, and health care advocates.

  • KPCA Conference

    A number of employees attend the annual Spring Conference hosted by the Kentucky Primary Care Association.

  • SHC’s Women’s Center in Mount Sterling

    Employees at SHC’s Women’s Center in Mount Sterling show their support to raise awareness for the fight against colon cancer.

  • Wear Red – UTC and Outreach

    In observance of American Heart Month, employees at SHC’s Urgent Treatment Center coordinated for the occasion of National Wear Red Day in February.

  • Women’s Dental 10-yr Anniversary

    October 2022 marks the 10-year anniversary since SHC’s beginnings, as evidenced by commemorative shirts sported by the ladies at the Montgomery Dental Center.

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