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Gerald F. Sturgeon, M.D.
Gerald F. Sturgeon, M.D.

I am a graduate of all schools in Kentucky. I graduated from St. George’s grade school and then in 1957 I graduated from Flaget High School. In 1961 I graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy and in 1965 I graduated from the University of Kentucky School of Medicine with a M.D. degree. My internship was done at St. Joseph’s Infirmary from 1965-1966 and my residency was done at Louisville Children’s Hospital from 1966-1968. From 1968-1970 I was a pediatrician in the United States Army and was stationed at Fort Knox doing clinical practice. I was discharged from the Army with the rank of Major.

I am married with six children, which includes five sons and one daughter. I have seven grandchildren, which includes five granddaughters and two grandsons. I have been married to my wife, Patricia, since 1961. I have always resided in the state of Kentucky even when I was in the Army.

I am the past president of Kosair Children’s Hospital and past president of the Kentucky Pediatric Society. I am currently on the Archdiocese of Louisville Clergy Sexual Abuse Committee for Archbishop Kelly. I am an appointed member of the Get Healthy Kentucky Committee by Governor Fletcher.

In addition to practicing pediatrics, my hobbies include reading, historical novels as well as fiction, and exercise which in the past was running but is now mainly walking on the treadmill or bicycling.

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Joseph F. Meiners, M.D.

I am a Louisville native. I went to St. Albert the Great grade school before graduating from Trinity High School in 1983. I attended the University of Louisville and graduated in 1987 with a B.A. in biology before attending the University of Louisville School of Medicine and receiving my medical degree in 1992. My internship and residency were done at St Louis University’s Cardinal Gleenon Children’s Hospital from 1992-1995. I received my Board Certification in Pediatrics in 1995 and was recertified in pediatrics in 2003. I am a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics since 1995. Also, I am a member if the Greater Louisville Medical Society, Kentucky Pediatric Society, American Academy of Pediatrics and the Kentucky Medical Association.

I am married and have four children, two sons and two daughters, that attend Trinity High School, Sacred Heart Academy and the DePaul Academy. My wife, Susan, teaches theology at St. Xavier High School. Our family attends Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

When not in the office I enjoy fishing, running, biking and attending my family’s sporting events. I also enjoy playing with Daisy, my yellow lab and spend a lot of time brushing hair off her and sweeping hair out of the house and everywhere else imaginable. I also enjoy spending time with my beehives.

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Stacey S. Roussell, M.D.

I am a native of Louisville. I attended St. Francis School in Goshen through sixth grade and then graduated from Kentucky Country Day School in 1990. I spent a year as an exchange student in England before attending Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee where I received a B.S. in Political Science. After graduation, I worked in Washington, D.C. for a year and then decided to return to Louisville where I took my pre-medical courses at the University of Louisville. During this time, I also performed medical research for a pediatric surgeon and have been one of the authors on a number of papers written on that research. I graduated from the University of Louisville with an M.D. degree in 1998 and then completed my residency in Pediatrics at Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville from 1998-2001. I was then lucky enough to find a great job at Children’s Health where I have been ever since and love what I do.

I received my Board Certification in Pediatrics in 2004 and am currently a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics. I am also a member of the Greater Louisville Medical Society, the Kentucky Pediatric Society and the Kentucky Medical Association.

My husband, Scott, is the Managing Director of the BBC Beer Company, of which we are also part-owners. I am also the mother of thee wonderful children, Christopher, Benjamin and Beatrice. Our family attends Second Presbyterian Church. When not in the office, I am kept more than busy transporting my children to their various activities and flying to stay in shape by bike riding and fitting in exercise where I can. I love to read, travel and eat great food and I would love to eventually have enough time to finish needle pointing my childrens’ Christmas stockings.

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