Passport manages Medicaid services for Jefferson and 15 surrounding counties. Dr. Larry Cook’s resignation is the latest in a series of changes in the organization in the weeks following a scathing report from the State Auditor’s office which uncovered lavish spending and conflicts of interest.
The University of Louisville’s newest medical research building is now officially open. Officials cut the ribbon Monday on the $143 million Clinical and Translational Research, or C-T-R building. U of L Executive Vice-President for Health Affairs Dr. Larry Cook says scientists in 300,000 square facility will conduct research in disciplines such as cancer, gastrointestinal and… Continue reading U of L Cuts Ribbon On Research Facility