The Kentucky Physicians Health Foundation is happy to provide letters of compliance or advocacy to third parties on your behalf.
We prepare letters for attorneys, other state licensing boards, credentialing agencies, specialty boards, training programs, legal representatives of the judicial system, other state physicians health programs, third-party payers and malpractice carriers.
These letters include a brief summary of the following items, as applicable to the individual:
Initial referral and meeting dates
Location and dates for evaluations and/or treatment
Contract signature date
Contract expiration date
Current relationship with the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure
Indication of current compliance or successful completion
Requests to Send Other Information or Documentation
Upon request, the Foundation will provide copies of your contract and/or drug screen testing results. The Foundation WILL NOT forward items provided to our office by third parties. This includes evaluations, discharge summaries and medical records. These items must be obtained directly from the source
Completion of Disability or Unemployment Forms
The Foundation is unable to complete unemployment or disability forms on your behalf. These documents must be completed by your treating physician or treatment facility.
Attesting to Clinical Competency
The Foundation is unable to attest to clinical competency
Instructions to Request a Letter of Advocacy:
Please print and complete this form, providing all information requested. The form must be witnessed; however, you do not need to have it notarized. Foundation staff can not witness it for you. Upon completion, please mail or hand deliver the original, signed form to Beth Bell at Kentucky Physicians Health Foundation, 9000 Wessex Place, Ste 305, Louisville, KY 40222. We are unable to accept faxed or emailed copies of the release.
Step 2: Complete a Letter Request Form
Please complete all fields and submit. Even letters that are faxed or emailed must be appropriately addressed. Please be aware that letters not addressed to a specific individual are frequently lost and are never received.
Step 3: Make Your Payment:
For delivery via:
USPS First-Class Mail $25
Your request will not be processed until payment has been received in full.
When Can I Expect My Letter to Arrive?
Expect your request to be processed within seven business days of our receipt of all required documentation. Office closures and staff absences may cause delays. Therefore, it is recommended that you submit your request in a timely manner.