Hospitals Strive to be More Muslim-Friendly

March 30, 2005

Source: Lexington Herald Leader

On March 30, 2005 the Lexington Herald Leader reported, "in response to a growing Muslim population in Central Kentucky, the University of Kentucky Hospital is offering a workshop to help employees better understand Islam so they can treat Muslim patients with respect for their religion. Yesterday, Chih Ian Lee, a training specialist for UK's Human Resource Development office, led 14 attendees in a discussion of end-of-life, dietary, gender and other concerns as part of the seminar Health Care and the Muslim Patient."