News Archive

HMH Vascular Surgery and Wound Care & Hyperbaric Services Temporarily Relocated

March 02, 2017

Due to renovations to existing space at 1010 Woodland Drive, HMH Vascular Surgery and Wound Care & Hyperbaric Services will be temporarily relocated to the Hardin Memorial Health Main Campus. Renovations to the office space begin today, March 2 and will last approximately one week. Services will not be interrupted, just relocated. Patients should park […]

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Dress in Blue

Join Hardin Memorial Health as we celebrate Colon Cancer Awareness and Dress in Blue Day on Friday, March 3. The community is invited to stop by the North Tower Parking Lot for lunch from Deez Butts BBQ and learn more about how to prevent colon cancer. Deez Butts BBQ will offer a $7 special including […]

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HMH Debuts Pediatric Therapeutic Playground

March 01, 2017
At a ceremony Tuesday, Hardin Memorial Health debuted a new one-of- a-kind indoor therapeutic playground for Central Kentucky children in need of advanced therapy services. The new 1,500 square-foot playground, located in the HMH Therapy and Sports Medicine Center on Ring Road, features equipment designed to support physical, occupational and speech therapy. “The ropes, stairs, [...]
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HMH Board of Trustees approves three-year strategic plan

February 22, 2017

On Tuesday, February 21, the Hardin Memorial Health Board of Trustees approved the healthcare system’s strategic plan, continuing a focus on physicians, facilities and services as well as further implementation of population health, a healthcare model that emphasizes keeping people healthy and out of the hospital. “This has been and remains the vision for HMH’s […]

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HMH Hosts Heart Health 2017

February 18, 2017
On February 16, HMH featured a presentation for Heart Health 2017, an evening of heart healthy education and resources. Various healthcare professionals were on hand to provide health screenings and discuss heart services. The event also included a presentation by Krishnan Challappa, MD, a cardiologist with HMH’s Central Cardiology Associates. Participants enjoyed heart healthy recipes [...]
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HMH participates in local health expo

February 10, 2017

This week, Hardin Memorial Health participated in the Health and Human Services Expo hosted by the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce. HMH had a booth at the expo and featured information on the Multidisciplinary Lung and Breast Cancer programs offered by HMH Cancer Care. Also at the event, South Central Bank, Inc. Vice-President Ronnie Pence […]

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Thyroid disease affects more than 30 million Americans

February 07, 2017

For being so small the thyroid – a butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of the neck – plays a huge role in how a body works. “Just about every tissue in the body is affected or regulated by thyroid hormone,” said Aleksander Smith, M.D., a physician with HMH Medical Group Ear, Nose and Throat […]

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HMH’s E-town Orthopedics growing to meet increased demand

January 25, 2017

Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) Board of Trustees has approved a business plan to expand E-town Orthopedics to accommodate the practice’s patient growth and the addition of a new orthopedic surgeon, who will join Marcis Craig, M.D. and Jeffrey Been, M.D. The practice will relocate this spring into a larger space at the HMH Ring Road […]

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HMH service line to expand due to tremendous patient growth

January 23, 2017

At its January meeting, Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) Board of Trustees approved five business plans to address the tremendous growth across the healthcare system. One such plan details the expansion of Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, which will help meet the demands of increased patient volumes and physician recruitment. HMH’s Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, currently co-located with CareFirst Urgent Care […]

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Cervical cancer is preventable through vaccines, screenings

January 18, 2017

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and at Hardin Memorial Health we are dedicated to bringing awareness and educating women on ways to prevent cervical cancer. “Cervical cancer is highly preventable, yet more than 12,000 women are diagnosed with the disease each year,” said Dr. Myra Henderson, obstetrician and gynecologist at HMH. The leading cause […]

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