News Archive

Standard and Poor’s Affirms Hardin Memorial Health’s Strength with Rare Two-Level Upgrade

December 22, 2016

Standard and Poor’s (S&P) raised its rating from BBB to A- on 2013 revenue bonds that Hardin County issued on behalf of Hardin Memorial Health (HMH). HMH officials call the rare two-level rating jump an affirmation of years of hard work to strengthen and grow HMH. According to HMH CEO Dennis Johnson, downgrades are outpacing […]

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HMH Orthopedic Total Joint Program Named Best in State, Top 12 in Nation

December 15, 2016

HMH’s Total Joint Program has been named one of the best in the country for hip and knee replacement. Of the 36 hospitals the Becker Hospital Review recognized, HMH ranks in the top 12 and is the only program in Kentucky to receive the distinction.  Becker’s based the ranking on 30-day readmission rates, a standard […]

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HMH receives 39+ Weeks Quality Improvement Banner

December 13, 2016

Today, Hardin Memorial Health received the 39+ Weeks Quality Improvement Banner from March of Dimes and the Kentucky Hospital Association. The banner is given to recognize hospitals that have implemented a successful quality improvement initiative to reduce or eliminate elective deliveries prior to 39 weeks. Only three hospitals in Kentucky and 56 nationwide have been […]

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Let Christmas Shine at HMH

December 07, 2016

“Silent Night” at the Let Christmas Shine lighting ceremony at Hardin Memorial Health tonight. Robby and Tricia Payne lead the crowd in singing. #OurHMH Posted by Hardin Memorial Health on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Last night, HMH Auxiliary hosted Let Christmas Shine, an annual fundraiser that allows community members to celebrate loved ones by dedicating […]

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HMH’s Palliative Care: Helping patients live life to the fullest

December 05, 2016

Hardin Memorial Health understands the challenges of living with a serious, life-limiting illness. Our Palliative Care team focuses on helping our patients gain relief from symptoms and stress, whatever the diagnosis, and to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family. “There’s a misconception that palliative care is end-of-life care,” said Shirley […]

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#Giving Tuesday Video

December 01, 2016

On November 29, as part of #GivingTuesday, Hardin Memorial Health partnered with United Way of Central Kentucky to serve our community. View highlights from the special day.

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HMH Auxiliary’s 2017 Let Christmas Shine in Full Swing

November 16, 2016

Purchase lights in honor or memory of your loved ones. Lights start at $3 and honorees will receive a card and invitation to the special Let Christmas Shine event. Lights can be purchased in the Gift Shop Lobby from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (M-F) and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Sat). All proceeds go […]

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HMH Issues Request for Proposals to Explore Partnership Options

November 15, 2016

Today, the Board of Trustees of Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) announced the issuance of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to explore partnership options with interested healthcare organizations. “Hardin Memorial Health has never been stronger in terms of its operational and financial position. Over the past five years, our growth has exceeded most Kentucky hospitals, enabling HMH […]

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Meet Our New Providers (2016)

November 01, 2016

Hardin Memorial Health’s Medical Group is proud to welcome 11 new doctors to the HMH team.  Both the volume and the quality of these providers is an impressive feat.  Learn more about these outstanding providers committed to serving the 400,000 residents of our 10-county region. Dr. Bethany Haynes Dr. Bethany Haynes is a native of […]

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HMH Brings Project Fit America to Creekside Elementary

October 31, 2016

Students joined Creekside Elementary Principal Laura Price and Hardin County Schools Superintendent Teresa Morgan to present a gift of thanks to Dennis Johnson, President and CEO of Hardin Memorial Health, for funding Project Fit America (PFA) at the school. PFA creates and administers exemplary fitness in education programming in elementary and middle schools that includes […]

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