Our Team 

Office Staff                                     

Tina F. Simpson, MD

Medical Director

tinas@kyrecovery.org

Greg L. Jones, MD, FASAM

Medical Director, Emeritus

gregj@kyrecovery.org

                                                                                                                                                     

Kirsten Mack

Executive Director

kirstenm@kyrecovery.org

contact for: questions regarding administrative fees and charitable contributions

Donetta Wolfe

Clinical Program Director

donettaw@kyrecovery.org

contact for: contract amendments, monthly AA reporting, medication requests, procedure notifications,

sponsor questions, therapy absences and requests for KBML order modification or termination                                                                                                                                          

Missy Edwards

Toxicology & Scheduling Coordinator

missye@kyrecovery.org

contact for: questions or issues regarding drug testing, requests for out-of-town

dates, scheduling and appointments at the Foundation

Beth Bell 

Document & Correspondence Coordinator

bethb@kyrecovery.org

contact for: advocacy letter requests and workplace reports

Blair Dowdle

Administrative Assistant

blaird@kyrecovery.org

For questions concerning the use of the Spectrum App, please call the Affinity Help Desk

at 1-(877) 267-4304

 

Board of Directors

Will W. Ward, Jr., MD, FACP, FASAM - Chairman

Robert Klinglesmith

Ernest W. Marshall, MD, FACOG

Karyn Hascal, BA, CADC

Sean Maguire, MD

Michael Rodman

Kenneth Payne, MD

Michael O'Connell, JD

Charles Bernstein, MD

  

About Us
MISSION

 

The mission of the Kentucky Physicians Health Foundation is to help professionals licensed by the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure who are impacted by substance use disorder, mental and emotional health issues and distress.

Additionally, the Foundation serves as a key resource for education on addiction and House Bill 1, the landmark legislation which mandates a host of regulations related to the prescribing of controlled substances.

While we are not a component of the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure, we are officially listed as their designated consultant and are currently advocating in all areas where physician advocacy is indicated and required.

EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH

 

We routinely provide educational activities throughout the state of Kentucky for affected/interested audiences. Topics include: Addiction Treatment and Prescribing Controlled Substances, including the implications of House Bill 1, How to Look For and Diagnose Substance Use Disorder, and Distressed Physicians.

If you are interested in more information, please contact our office.

OPEN RECORDS POLICY

 

Pursuant to KRS 61.870 to 61.884, the public is notified that, as provided herein, the public records of the above named Agency of the Commonwealth of Kentucky are open for inspection by any resident of the Commonwealth of Kentucky on written application to Beth Bell, Administrative Assistant, official custodian of the public records of the KENTUCKY COMMITTEE ON IMPAIRED PHYSICIANS, INC. d/b/a KENTUCKY PHYSICIANS HEALTH FOUNDATION, INC., whose mailing address is 9000 Wessex Place, Suite 305 Louisville, Kentucky 40222, whose e-mail address is bethb@kyrecovery.org, and whose phone number is (502) 425-7761 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, each week, except holidays.  Assistance in completing the application form will be provided by an employee on request.

 

Applicants for the inspection of public records shall be advised of the availability of the records requested for inspection and shall be notified in writing not later than five (5) working days after receipt of an application for inspection of any reason the records requested are not available for public inspection.

 

Copies of written material in the public records of this agency shall be furnished to any person requesting them on payment of a fee of ten (10) cents a page; copies of nonwritten records (photographs, maps, material store in computer files or libraries, etc.) shall be furnished on request, on payment of a charge equal to the actual cost of producing copies of such records by the most economic process not likely to damage or alter the record.

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