News Archive

CareFirst Urgent Care at Ring Road closed on Memorial Day

May 22, 2020

Please note – HMH CareFirst Urgent Care’s Ring Road Location will be closed on Memorial Day (5.25.20).   The Radcliff location (1360 Rogersville Rd) will be open for care as well as the HMH Emergency Department.   Happy Memorial Day!

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HMH Medical Group Adds Invasive Cardiologist to Team

The HMH Medical Group announced the addition of Bart Dawson, M.D., an invasive cardiologist, to the HMH Central Cardiology Associate team. A Bullitt County native, Dr. Dawson has more than 10 years of invasive cardiology experience gained while practicing in a large, diverse metropolitan group. “Growing healthcare systems like HMH in growing regions like Central […]

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COVID-19 Response for Area Nursing Homes, Long-term Care

May 20, 2020

Hardin Memorial Health officials are working closely with area nursing homes, assisted living residential areas and long-term health care facilities in the 10-county region to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Facilities across Kentucky have been hard hit by COVID-19 cases for both residents and healthcare workers. HMH and Lincoln Trail District Health Department (LTDHD) officials, […]

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HMH employee first to complete Expungement Benefit Program case study

May 13, 2020

On May 12, Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board (LTWDB) Workforce Crisis Task Force members and Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) representatives announced during a virtual press conference the completion of the first Expungement Benefit Program case study. Timi-Michelle Tolhurst, an employee at HMH CareFirst Urgent Care Center in Radcliff, is the first participant to complete the […]

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Hardin Memorial Health will join Baptist Health in September

May 08, 2020

The sale of Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) to Baptist Health has been accelerated, and will now be finalized by Sept. 1, 2020. The prior plan called for closing on or before Dec. 1, 2020. “We are pleased to share the news that HMH can begin reaping the benefits of joining Kentucky’s largest not-for-profit healthcare system […]

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HMH Hospitalists Give to Support Co-Workers during COVID-19

Today, the HMH Foundation (HMHF) received a group gift of $18,000 from HMH Hospitalists in order to help those with whom they work shoulder to shoulder. “We miss them,” HMH physician Dr. Daniel Curran said. “We want them to get back to work as safely and as soon as possible. We want to be able […]

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Patient, staff safety paramount as HMH rolls out plan to resume elective procedures, surgeries

May 02, 2020

Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) is rolling out a restart plan to gradually resume full operations, focusing on the well-being and safety of its patients and employees. HMH suspended elective surgeries on March 18 on the recommendation of Governor Andy Beshear, and certain diagnostic services a week later. Governor Beshear announced last week that he is […]

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HMH spearheads breakthrough COVID-19 plasma treatment

April 30, 2020

COVID-19 patients at Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) now have access to a new treatment study using plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients. The breakthrough convalescent plasma treatment allows current COVID-19 patients to receive plasma from recovered patients. The study is being spearheaded locally by HMH physician Natalie Harper, M.D., Ph.D., Hematology/Oncology with assistance from Ben Cundiff, […]

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COVID-19 Testing Criteria

April 24, 2020

On April 22, HMH announced expanded COVID-19 Testing at three outpatient locations across the region; however, testing is for patients who have symptoms and meet the designated Tier 1 and Tier 2 criteria at this time. On the same day, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced two testing sites in Louisville and Lexington that offer more […]

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HMH Leaders Encourage Community to Seek Care for Serious Illnesses

April 23, 2020

Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) Medical Group leaders and physicians expressed growing concern over patients delaying healthcare services due to COVID-19. Physicians are treating sicker patients with illnesses that could have been more easily addressed at an earlier stage. HMH leaders ask the community to seek care for serious health concerns. “We understand how some might […]

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