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HMH to offer $10 KHSAA physicals for high school athletes

April 25, 2017

On Saturday, April 29, $10 Kentucky High School Athletic Association pre-participation physicals will be available to local students at two convenient locations. Students who attend North Hardin, John Hardin and Meade County high schools will go to the new Hardin Memorial Health Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, 75 Nature Trail, Ste. 3, Radcliff, at the corner […]

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HMH Foundation Raises over $1 Million in its second year

April 24, 2017

At April’s Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) Board of Trustees meeting, Hardin Memorial Health Foundation (HMHF) leaders reported on the organization’s 2016 success generating more than $1 million in investments for HMH. “While the Foundation Board is pleased with this tremendous success, we have so much more to do,” said Joe Prather, HMHF Board chairman. “We […]

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2nd Annual Purses, Pumps and Prevention educates and celebrates

April 21, 2017

The community gathered together at the Historic State Theater Complex recently for fun, food, shopping and cancer awareness education. Hardin Memorial Health and HMH Foundation hosted the 2nd Annual Purses, Pumps and Prevention (PPP), which uses a social get-together as a way to equip attendees with cancer prevention information while celebrating HMH patients battling cancer. […]

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HMH is a leader in sexual assault treatment, awareness

April 05, 2017

Hardin Memorial Health prides itself on providing advanced care in Central Kentucky. Part of HMH’s commitment is to deliver specialized treatment for sexual assault victims in our region. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which is designated to raise awareness of sexual violence and its prevention. Sexual assault statistics are staggering. According to National Sexual […]

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HMH ED team, support staff honored for work during transition

April 03, 2017

It takes a team to move an Emergency Department. It takes a great team to do it without a hitch while caring for nearly 200 patients a day. That’s exactly what the Hardin Memorial Health team did this month and earned the praise and recognition of the HMH Board of Trustees at its monthly meeting. […]

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2nd Annual Purses, Pumps and Prevention is April 20

March 27, 2017

Join Hardin Memorial Health and the HMH Foundation for the 2nd Annual Purses, Pumps and Prevention: A Cancer Awareness Social. Building on the success of last year’s event, the social will include shopping, dinner and a fashion show featuring local boutiques. Most importantly, all proceeds from the event benefit HMH Cancer Care. Purses, Pumps and […]

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HMH Auxiliary $5 Jewelry Sale

March 22, 2017

Proceeds benefit HMH Auxiliary Scholarships   Twice a year Hardin Memorial Health Auxiliary hosts a $5 Jewelry Sale to benefit the HMH Auxiliary Scholarship. The sale, which starts March 22, at 9 p.m. features a variety of $5 items in addition to jewelry, including bags, scarves, shorts, tank tops, capris and collegiate pieces. “It’s one […]

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HMH Cardiovascular Services Grow to Meet Regional Demand for Heart, Stroke Care

At the March Board of Trustees meeting, Hardin Memorial Health officials reported on the healthcare system’s growing cardiovascular services which rank in the 90th percentile nationwide in many key quality indicators. HMH leaders specifically pointed to the success of the STEMI program in treating heart attack patients. STEMI stands for ST-Elevation, Myocardial Infarction – a […]

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Auxiliary Scholarship submissions due April 1

March 21, 2017

Each year, HMH Auxiliary awards $1,000 scholarships to deserving students. Who is eligible? The Hardin Memorial Health Auxiliary Scholarship is open to students who: • Live in HMH’s 10-county region (Hardin, LaRue, Meade, Breckinridge, Grayson, Nelson, Hart, Bullitt, Green and Taylor); • Are pursuing a career in a medical field; • Are be enrolled at […]

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Colonoscopy myths debunked

March 17, 2017

With more than 100,000 new cases of colon cancer diagnosed each year nationwide, Hardin Memorial Health urges regular screenings for those at risk. Colonoscopies can reduce risk of cancer by up to 90 percent as precancerous polyps found during the procedure can be removed before becoming cancer. “Many patients are fearful of colonoscopies and therefore […]

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