News Archive

New equipment improves emergency room care

July 24, 2020

In a July 24 article in The News-Enterprise, HMH Emergency Department officials discuss the improved care because of a new piece of technology – the ThermaCor 1200. The ThermaCor 1200 is portable fluid infusion device capable of warming and infusing fluids at rapid rates and of sustaining patients in traumatic injury situations. The equipment was […]

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Sharon Wright Receives Ceca Foundation Special Award for Caregiving Excellence

July 23, 2020

 Ceca Foundation is pleased to honor Sharon Wright, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Hardin Memorial Health (HMH), was presented with the Ceca Special Award for Caregiving Excellence. The Special Awards were designed specifically to recognize exceptional acts of caregiving by healthcare workers on the frontlines and behind the scenes, who are working […]

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Backyard Classic donates $10,000 to HMHF

July 08, 2020

For the fourth year in a row, organizers of the Backyard Classic, an eight-hour endurance run that takes place on the trails in the Eliza­bethtown Nature Park, made a donation to the Har­din Memorial Health Foundation. In 2019, the race raised $10,000 for the HMH Foundation, bringing their four-year total to $30,000. Unfortunately, the 2020 […]

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Two Long-term HMH Pathologists Retiring

June 25, 2020

Congratulations on your retirement to David Elliot, M.D. for 20 years of service and Sidney Verble, M.D. for 31 years of service!

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HMH Stroke Program Re-certified

June 17, 2020

In May, the Joint Commission completed a review of the HMH Stroke Program. After a thorough review of the program, goals and leaders, HMH received a re-certification as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center. In addition to the Advanced Primary Stroke Center certification, the stroke team was previously recognized by the American Stroke Association’s Stroke Get […]

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HMH Reports Budget Impact of COVID-19

June 16, 2020

During the June meeting of the Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) Board of Trustees held via ZOOM, the board discussed the budget impact of COVID-19. March, April and May operational budgets showed a combined operational loss of $13.7 million as these were the three months significantly impacted by state-issued restrictions designed to “flatten the curve” and […]

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Accomplished Interventional Cardiologist Joins HMH Team

June 11, 2020

The HMH Medical Group is excited to announce the addition of Brian Price, M.D., an interventional cardiologist, to the HMH Central Cardiology Associates team. Interventional cardiologists study for years to obtain additional training in treating cardiovascular diseases through procedures that predominantly use catheters, such as angioplasty and stenting. Thomas Hustead, M.D., Medical Director of the […]

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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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