Welcome to Hardin Memorial Health
A community forum will be held on January 8, 2014 from 12:00 pm to 1:30
pm at Hardin Memorial Hospital, in the 5th Floor Auditorium,
Elizabethtown, KY, to discuss lung cancer – Kentucky’s most deadly
cancer. Anyone interested in lung cancer may attend the event. The panel discussion will include lung cancer
screening specialists, as well as information on tobacco dependence
treatment and a summary of how lung cancer impacts Kentucky health
statistics. Register now for the Lung Cancer
by January 6.
Our entry period has come to an end. During the month of November we received more than 30 disks and countless email entries. We are still reviewing the large number of photos entered. We will be posting Nov's photos in batches in January. Our tentative timeline is to post finalist in February to Facebook and open the entries up to comments and make final selections in March.
Thank you again to all those who have submitted photos. They have been outstanding and a true representation of the depth of talent this community has!
Today the board approved a capital substitution of $475,000 to fund the relocation of the Cancer Care Center specifically medical oncology to RobinBrooke Blvd. The new center should be open in the spring around April 2014. Plans for the space are still being finalized, while input from the Cancer Care Center's focus group continues guide the final plans. See today's board presentation.
Hardin Memorial Health walked away with four awards from the Kentucky
Society for Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing (KSHPRM) annual
Thoroughbred Awards on November 12, 2013. This year’s award ceremony was
held in conjunction with the KSHRPRM fall conference at the Muhammad
Ali Center. The Thoroughbred Awards recognizes excellent work
throughout the Commonwealth in the areas of healthcare marketing and
Hardin Memorial Health won a Gold distinction eHealthcare Leadership Healthcare Content Award for its revamped Web site, www.hmh.net at the 17th Annual
Healthcare Internet Conference on November 6 in New Orleans. HMH’s
recognition was selected from more than 1,100 entries representing more than 260 organizations from across the
country and judged by a panel of 121 experts.