Welcome to Hardin Memorial Health
Certified Athletic Trainers are health care professionals who are
experts in the areas of recognition, prevention, and treatment of sport
related musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. Certified Athletic Trainers are a highly educated and dedicated
professionals, who meets qualifications set by a national Board of
Certification (BOC) and adhere to the requirements of a state licensing
The Sports Medicine program at HMH was established in 2006 and provides
Nationally Certified Athletic Trainers to the area high schools which
include: Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, John Hardin, Larue County, Meade
County, North Hardin Christian, North Hardin, and Hart County, as well
as to the Elizabethtown Sports Park and the Elizabethtown Community and
DID YOU KNOW ...
• Early colon cancer may have no symptoms.
• 9 out of 10 colon cancers may be prevented or cured with regular checks.
• All Kentuckians age 50 and older should get regular colon cancer checks.View a Colonoscopy Animation
schedule a colonoscopy, call Elizabethtown Gastroenterology Associates
at 270-706-1910, Digestive Disease Center at 270-234-8866, or Surgical
Specialists at 270-769-5551.
The Hardin Memorial Health's 4th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament to benefit United Way of Central Kentucky on Sunday May, 18 at Nolin Lake.
All proceeds from the tournament are donated to United Way of Central Kentucky.
Non-refundable entry fee
One Boat (2 persons)..........$100.00
Big Fish (optional entry).....$25.00
Hardin Memorial Health has entered into an agreement with Hardin County
Schools that will give students enrolled in the Hardin County Schools
Early College and Career Center an opportunity to work clinical hours
and serve in an internship work environment during their high school
senior year. Hardin County Schools Early College and Career Center students will work
with the nursing, pharmacy, sports medicine, EKG, phlebotomy, culinary
and information technology areas of the hospital.