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Hardin Memorial Health Board Approves Baptist Health Acquisition

HMH purchase approvedSale expected to close Dec. 1, 2018

Elizabethtown, KY., May 22, 2018 — The Hardin Memorial Hospital (HMH) Board of Trustees voted today 8-1 to approve the sale of the health system to long-time manager Baptist Health. The vote was taken today at the meeting of the Hardin County Fiscal Court, whose members also serve as the HMH Board of Trustees.

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Purses, Pumps and Prevention raises nearly $12,000 for HMH Cancer Care

HMH Rendering for re-covering projectToday, at their quarterly meeting, HMH Foundation officials announced that the Foundation raised nearly $12,000 at the 2018 Purses, Pumps and Prevention. The donations go directly to HMH Cancer Care to create a resource center for patients, caregivers and their loved ones.

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HMH Board of Trustees Authorizes $4.7 million Hospital Re-covering, Helipad Updates

HMH Rendering for re-covering projectThe Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) Board of Trustees approved a plan to re-cover a portion of the hospital constructed in 1993. The $4.7 million project also includes a new roof system and the helipad repairs in order to prevent further water damage to the facility and to patient treatment areas.

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Commuting for Cutting Edge Cancer Care

Lexington resident and horse breeder Nancy Mazzoni regularly drove three hours roundtrip so that she could utilize the cutting-edge technology available at the HMH Cancer Care Center.

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Wellness on Wheels


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Free Skin Cancer Screening

Super Sibling

Baby Care Classes

Labor Preparation

Breast Feeding Informative Class

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Baptist Health Purchase of HMH

Learn more about Baptist Health Purchase of HMH.

Photo Contest

Enter The HMH Nelson County Medical Office Building Photo Contest.

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BirthPlace (Women and Children)

Hardin Memorial Hospital is honored to care for our region’s women and children. HMH 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.