Stacie Ingram, RN, BSN, Director of Nursing
Stacie Ingram, RN, BSN serves as Director of Nursing and Health Services. She earned her Associate Degree in Nursing from Excelsior College in 2008 and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2019. Her span of responsibility encompasses 12 programs and 120 employees including WIC, Healthy Start, Clinical and Harm Reduction Programs and Services, Immunizations, Communicable Disease Prevention, Cancer Screening, Volunteer Coordination and Medical Records.
Stacie began her public health career with the department as Nursing Administrator for Clinical Services during Louisville’s 2018 Hepatitis A outbreak. She was promoted to Director of Nursing in 2019 and Director of Nursing and Health Services in 2021.
Stacie is a Basic Life Support Instructor, a member of the Kentucky Nurses Association and the American Nurses Association, a HIPAA Certified Professional and is also certified in Advanced Hazmat Life Support.
She serves as the Infectious Diseases Branch Director specific to our COVID19 response, operationalizing guidance from state and federal authorities. She systematically develops processes and procedures that are practical and manageable for the team. Additionally, she provides clinical direction to our vaccine management team and advises other branches of the COVID19 Response Team. Stacie is committed to operationalizing health equity and elevating the public health performance and practices of the department.