The Kentucky and Indiana Planned Parenthood affiliates will merge next month, creating a new non-profit that will operate 28 centers across the two states.
It will be known as Planned Parenthood of Kentucky and Indiana. The centers will offer services such as pregnancy tests, birth control, breast exams and Pap tests.
Planned Parenthood of Kentucky Chairwoman Kim Greene says the combined affiliate will have 190 employees at the centers and its administrative headquarters in Indianapolis, with a few job duplications in IT and finance.
“We have had to consolidate three of those sorts of positions, but other than that, there will be no other employee changes, employee losses.”
Greene says the implementation of the Affordable Care Act has made the merger necessary to more effective serve patients.
University of Louisville fans have had a lot to cheer about lately — and not just basketball.
Monday's big victory by Louisville's men's basketball team over Michigan is just the latest success for the school and for an athletic department that is quickly becoming one of the country's most admired.
In January, the football team upset fourth-ranked Florida to win the Sugar Bowl, and coach Charlie Strong turned down a lucrative offer from the University of Tennessee to continue rebuilding the Louisville program.