University of Louisville Hospital President Jim Taylor Steps Down

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Jim Taylor, president of University of Louisville (Ky.) Hospital and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, has stepped down and Ken Marshall has been named interim president, according to a Courier-Journal report.

Mr. Marshall is currently the COO of University of Louisville Hospital and JGBCC. He will become interim president on March 1, according to the report.

Mr. Taylor will remain with ULH in advisory roles.

The leadership change announcement comes before ULH and JGBCC officially partner with Louisville-based KentuckyOne Health on March 1.

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