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Skin Cancer Awareness Month raises awareness, encourages prevention

close up of women hands receiving sunblock cream lotionMore and more people in the 10-county Hardin Memorial Health service area are being diagnosed with skin cancer. As a way to raise awareness about prevention and risk factors, the month of May has been designated National Melanoma Month and Skin Cancer Awareness Month.

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Etown Ortho has moved

Elizabethtown OrthopedicsHardin Memorial Health’s Etown Ortho has moved to the Ring Road Medical Plaza. Patients will now have access to advanced orthopedic services as well as outpatient rehab and therapy services in one single location.
Etown Ortho
Ring Road Medical Plaza
1111 Ring Road
Elizabethtown, KY 42701

Emergency Preparedness Expo postponed to June 9

The Region 5 Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Coalition (HEPC) Expo scheduled for May 19 at HMH is postponed to June 9. Severe weather is currently forecasted for May 19 and the health and safety of our community is our utmost concern. More information about the upcoming expo will shared closer to the event.

HMH Auxiliary wins HANDS award for two projects from Kentucky Hospital Association

Today, Hardin Memorial Health Auxiliary received a Helping Accomplish Noteworthy Duties Successfully (HANDS) award at the 88th Annual Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA) Convention in Lexington, Kentucky.

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Multidisciplinary Breast Program

Providing patients in Central Kentucky with advanced breast care close to home.

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Meet the region’s first female plastic and reconstructive surgeon and learn more about her extensive reconstructive and cosmetic procedures.

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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.