|Brent Cooper, Dr. Lynne Sadler and Dan Cahill.|
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The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce (NKY Chamber) recently honored the Northern Kentucky Health Department with the NKY Community Award, sponsored by Central Bank.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department, which serves Boone, Campbell, Grant and Kenton counties, is the public agency charged with performing mandated public health services and addressing priority community health needs. The department prevents diseases, promotes wellness and protects against health threats.
The NKY Health Department proved to be a valuable community resource and leader over the last 18 months during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing 24/7 service to the region and its four-county footprint.
From vaccine education and COVID-19 testing to providing accurate information and safe recommendations to the public, the NKY Health Department continues to be tirelessly dedicated to protecting and serving the public during the pandemic.
NKY Chamber of Commerce Chair of the Board of Directors Dan Cahill recently presented Dr. Lynne Saddler, District Director of Health at the Northern Kentucky Health Department, with the Community Award.
“The Northern Kentucky Health Department has done an extraordinary job serving our region during the pandemic,” said Brent Cooper, NKY Chamber President and CEO. “Always putting public safety first, the department has been a vital, necessary resource for the last year-and-a-half. Thank you to Dr. Saddler and the entire NKY Health Department team for your service and leadership.”