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301 Peterson Service Building
Lexington, KY 40506-0005
Phone: (859) 257-4758
The University of Kentucky's momentous physical transformation continues, positively impacting its ability to attract and retain students, faculty and staff. From July 2011 to May 2021, 185 capital projects totaling $2.8 billion have been initiated, encompassing quality of life and community; academics and research; healthcare; infrastructure; and athletic projects. The funding model for the transformation has been strategically diverse (debt, private partners, university funds, state funds, and gifts) to maintain the University's fiscally sound condition. Future projects are expected to focus primarily on health care and modernizing existing academic facilities.
UK HealthCare, the University’s advanced academic medical center and clinical care network, is uniquely equipped to provide advanced subspecialty care to the people of Kentucky. UK HealthCare Hospital System operates two hospital units under one Joint Commission Accreditation and two licenses in addition to ambulatory services. The major service units include Albert B. Chandler Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital and the Kentucky Clinic.
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UK HealthCare’s performance in the 2020-21 Best Hospital rankings:
UK HealthCare Hospital System’s operating information for the five most recent fiscal years is summarized as follows:
Certain Operating Information
For the first time in University of Kentucky (UK) history, faculty received $429.2M in competitive research awards last fiscal year. This is a 3% increase from FY19, which itself was a record-breaking 25% increase from the previous year.
Federal grants and contracts, which are highly competitive, totaled $272.2M, 63.4% of UK’s total awards in FY20. Federal awards increased by 13% overall, with notable increases in the following agencies:
This growth includes continued funding for the largest grant UK has ever received: the HEALing Communities award from the NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the HEALing Communities team fast-tracked naloxone distribution to Kentucky jails to reach soon-to-be released inmates, whom research shows are at increased risk of overdose.
The tenacity and persistence of UK researchers, many of whom saw substantial disruptions to their research efforts from March to June 2020, yielded new grants and contracts totaling $8.7M to address the COVID-19 pandemic. From membrane-based face masks to capture and inactivate the virus on contact, to special antibodies made by alpacas that could help us understand the novel coronavirus and potentially develop treatments to protect people from infection, UK investigators are using their unparalleled expertise and creativity to address this pandemic.
In total for FY20, UK successfully competed for 1,710 grants and contracts, submitted by 771 researchers to more than 580 funding agencies.
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