Dr. Michael Karpf, executive vice president for health affairs at the University of Kentucky, in June stood on the hospital's eighth floor, which will be constructed to focus on cardiac medicine.
Dr. Michael Karpf, executive vice president for health affairs at the University of Kentucky, in June stood on the hospital's eighth floor, which will be constructed to focus on cardiac medicine. Herald-Leader
Dr. Michael Karpf, executive vice president for health affairs at the University of Kentucky, in June stood on the hospital's eighth floor, which will be constructed to focus on cardiac medicine. Herald-Leader

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