Baptist Health Hardin transitions to 60 years and older in Phase 1C for COVID-19 vaccinations

Baptist Health Hardin will begin scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations for all Kentuckians in Phases 1A, 1B, and portions of 1C beginning March 2.  As directed by the Kentucky Department of Public Health, Baptist Health Hardin is focusing its vaccinations on healthcare workers, 70 years and older and now Kentuckians 60 years and older.   “As vaccine […]

The News-Enterprise: Black Americans urged to get vaccine

In Kentucky, and across the nation, Black Americans are being urged to get the COVID-19 vaccination. Baptist Health in a recent blog reported a study released by the COVID Collaborative, NAACP and UnidosUS found only 14 percent of Black Americans trust a vaccine will be safe and just 18 percent trust it will be effective. […]

Baptist Health administers more than 100,000 COVID-19 vaccines in Kentucky and Indiana

Baptist Health has reached a major milestone – administering more than 100,000 doses (and counting) to patients in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Baptist Health Hardin is responsible for vaccinating more than 5,500 Kentuckians since Dec. 23, 2020. “A tremendous amount of teamwork has gone into our efforts to give vaccines to healthcare workers, first responders, […]


* In an abundance of caution to protect the health of the community and staff, we have decided to temporarily suspend all in-person classes until further notice.

(Women and Children)

Baptist Health Hardin is honored to care for our region’s women and children. Baptist Health Hardin also has the only fully-equipped Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in Central Kentucky.

Military Family
and Friends

Providing care for military families and friends on
Fort Knox and in the surrounding community.