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Cooper Recognized as a Woman of Inspiration and Influence

Regina Masters, RN, director of nursing (second from left), and Robert Desotelle, president and CEO of Continuing Care Hospital at Saint Joseph Hospital (third from left), receive the hospital’s Quality Award from leaders of the Kentucky Health Association.

Regina Masters, RN, director of nursing (second from left), and Robert Desotelle, president and CEO of Continuing Care Hospital at Saint Joseph Hospital (third from left), receive the hospital’s Quality Award from leaders of the Kentucky Health Association.

Michelle Cooper, chief compliance officer for CHI, was named a 2019 Woman of Influence and Inspiration by the Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation (WBL). She is one of 11 recipients selected from WBL’s 3,500 senior executive women members, nominated for their inspirational contributions to the health care industry.

“We are proud to be able to highlight the many ways that these incredible women inspire others and light the way for those who will follow in their footsteps,” said Eleanor Rosiak, executive director of WBL.

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