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Baptist Health Louisville does not offer a formal speakers bureau. Several staff members, however, speak to area groups and may be contacted directly to schedule a free talk. Speakers, their topics and contact information are below. Please allow at least three weeks' advance notice and have the following information available when making your request:

  • Name, phone number and address of contact person
  • Name of organization
  • Date, time and location
  • Amount of time allotted for speech and question & answer session (usually one hour or less)
  • Audience profile (type of audience and number)

Chris Summerfield, Women's Health Community Education Coordinator, (502) 897-8688

  • The Essentials of Breast Health
  • Young Women's Healthcare Needs
  • Osteoporosis: Boning Up on a Crippler
  • Women's Health: The Top 10 Keys to Better Living

Julie Naville, Director of Occupational Therapy, (502) 896-7452

  • Joint Protection/Energy Conservation
  • Living with Multiple Sclerosis
  • Ergonomics

Renee Elieff, Occupational Therapy, (502) 896-7618

  • Lymphedema

Jim Ivey, Chaplain, (502) 897-8594

  • Ministering in the Hospital
  • Ministry to Patients at the End of Life
  • Ministry to Oncology Patients
  • Ministry to the Grieving

Barbara Steele, Oncology Nurse, (502) 361-9513

  • Cancer Prevention and Early Detection
  • Chemotherapy- and Radiation Treatment-related Fatigue
  • Chemo Brain

Dale McAbee, Pastoral Care, (502) 896-7122

  • Grief and Loss
  • Nurturing Spirituality
  • The Spirituality of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Power of Recovery
  • Keeping the Music in Your Life
  • Twelve Principles of Wholeness
  • The Power of Forgiveness
  • Effective Communication
  • The Power of P.R.I.D.E. (Personal Responsibility in Delivering Excellence) in Maintaining Customer Loyalty
  • Effective Pastoral Conversation

Dee Dee Kelly, Cardiac Rehabilitation, (502) 897-8142

  • Modifying Risk Factors for Heart Disease

Sherri Bradley, Cardiac Rehabilitation, (502) 897-8003

  • Modifying Risk Factors for Heart Disease
  • Exercise and Heart Disease

Mary Jo Stopher, LPN, author of Charlie's Touchdown, (502) 239-8574

  • The Purpose of Suffering
  • The Importance of Holistic Nursing