Trilogy Health Services has invested millions into employee education and retention — a process that continues as the coronavirus pandemic surges across the country, CEO Leigh Ann Barney told Senior Housing News.
The Louisville, Kentucky-based owner and operator is partnering with two colleges to provide continuing education opportunities for its workforce.
First, Trilogy employees and their direct dependents are eligible for scholarships of up to $7,500 to study at the University of Louisville, through an existing partnership between the school and Trilogy Health Services Care Tuition Scholarship program. The scholarship is available to all of the university’s 200 degree programs — undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. Read more at Senior Housing News.