News Archive

IBM Watson Imaging AI makes world debut at HMH

May 06, 2019

Hardin Memorial Health radiologists became the world’s first to “go live” with IBM Watson Imaging Patient Synopsis – one of the newest, most advanced tools available for medical imaging professionals. IBM Watson Health’s General Manager for Imaging, Anne Le Grand joined HMH senior leaders today to witness history in the making as HMH radiologist Jesse […]

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Standard and Poor’s affirms HMH’s A- bond rating for a second year

April 26, 2019

In a report this week, Standard and Poor’s (S&P) affirmed a rating of A- on 2013 revenue bonds that Hardin County issued on behalf of Hardin Memorial Health (HMH). S&P, one of the nation’s leading rating agencies, pointed to the pending sale of HMH to Baptist Health as an indicator of HMH’s long-term financial stability. […]

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HMH Hosts Student Technology Leadership Day

April 15, 2019

As part of National Robotics Week, designated by Congress to inspire students of all ages to pursue careers in robotics and other STEM fields, Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) hosted a Student Technology Leadership Day for 5th grade students identified by their respective schools as technology leaders. They saw first-hand how HMH uses technology to improve […]

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HMH Foundation Success Continues, Provides Increased HMH Support

March 21, 2019

Community support helps Hardin Memorial Health Foundation fund breakthrough projects, said HMH Vice President and Chief Development and Marketing Officer Tracee Troutt, who presented a Foundation update at the HMH Board of Trustees meeting in March. Gifts of all sizes help HMHF help HMH improve patient care for Central Kentuckians.  In 2018, HMHF received its […]

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HMH Medical Group Earns Perfect Score from Federal Government

March 14, 2019

Hardin Memorial Health announced recently that the HMH Medical Group, comprised of more than 200 physicians and advanced practice clinicians (APC), received a perfect score on the most recent federal Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). The distinction from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recognizes physicians and physician groups that meet and exceed […]

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HMH Hodgenville Family Medicine opens, expanding care in LaRue County

March 08, 2019

LaRue County community leaders and HMH officials celebrated the completion of Hardin Memorial Health Medical Group’s newest location – HMH Medical Group Hodgenville Family Medicine. Dr. Wesley Moore, D.O. and an advanced practice nurse practitioner began seeing patients at the new 7,400 square-foot state-of-the-art facility in March. Along with primary care, lab and diagnostic services will be […]

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HMH Hodgenville Family Medicine opens, expanding care in LaRue County

March 01, 2019

LaRue County community leaders and HMH officials today celebrated the completion of Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) Medical Group’s newest location – HMH Medical Group Hodgenville Family Medicine. Dr. Wesley Moore, D.O. and an advanced practice nurse practitioner will begin seeing patients at the new 7,400 square-foot state-of-the-art facility on Monday, March 4. Along with primary […]

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HMH celebrates 65 years of healthcare in Central Kentucky

February 15, 2019

Hardin Memorial Health officials celebrated the healthcare system’s 65th birthday with business and community leaders at the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon in February. HMH President and CEO Dennis Johnson highlighted the system’s growth from the beginning to present time. Johnson told the group HMH is now one of the largest healthcare systems […]

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“Gal”entine’s Day – Making Forever Friends in the HMH Auxiliary

February 14, 2019

HMH Auxiliary volunteers Teresa Smallwood and Eileen Davenport had never met each other before but from the first time they volunteered together, they recognized a kindred spirit within each other. “From the moment we met, we started having fun,” said Eileen, who has been an HMH Auxiliary volunteer for about three years. “We have so […]

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Wear Red for Heart Health

January 28, 2019

National Wear Red Day, a major campaign for the Go Red for Women initiative, happens this year on Friday, Feb. 1. Go Red For Women encourages awareness of the issue of women and heart disease, and also action to save more lives. The movement harnesses the energy, passion and power women have to band together […]

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