News Archive

Strong Today. Stronger Tomorrow.

February 22, 2018

On February 14, Hardin Memorial Health celebrated its 64th birthday. In order to recognize this significant milestone, HMH President and CEO Dennis Johnson spoke at Hardin County Chamber of Commerce’s February Luncheon. During his presentation, Johnson discussed the growth of HMH and its future. Please take a moment to watch this important presentation about HMH:

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HMH Providers Offer Diabetes Foot Care Advice for Winter Months

February 09, 2018

Winter weather can be troublesome for diabetes patients and their feet. Diabetes impacts blood circulation and nervous system. As a result, feet can easily be damaged. Russell McKinley, DPM with HMH Medical Group Advanced Foot & Ankle Care, and Vanessa Paddy, APRN with HMH Disease Management Services were recently featured in the News-Enterprise discussing diabetes […]

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HMH to Host Free Hurst Review

HMH is excited to offer a FREE Hurst Review NCLEX® Strategy Session for nursing students planning to take the NCLEX-RN® or NCLEX-PN® exam. The Hurst Review prepares nursing students to pass the exam on the first attempt. March 28, 2018 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. Auditorium 5A HMH, Main Campus, Elizabethtown, KY Register for the […]

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HMH employees have big hearts, make little hats

February 07, 2018

Hardin Memorial Health BirthPlace has joined the American Heart Association, in connection with The Children’s Heart Foundation, to celebrate American Heart Month by knitting and crocheting red hats for babies born in February. Little Hats, Big Hearts honors babies, moms and heart healthy lives in a very special way. Supporters across the country are knitting and […]

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HMH offers Walk-In Flu Shot Clinic

HMH is holding a walk-in flu shot clinic for those 18 and older from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. Insurance verification and billing will be offered for most plans. Patients should bring an insurance card and photo ID. Self-pay (without insurance) is $25. The flu vaccine is an important step in protecting yourself and […]

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Cervical cancer is preventable through vaccines, screenings

January 31, 2018

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. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 13,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2018, even though it is highly preventable. The leading cause of cervical […]

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HMH Completes $15 Million Emergency Department Expansion

January 12, 2018

Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) celebrated with staff, former patients, hospital leadership and community leaders, the completion of a 14,000-square-foot expansion of its Emergency Department (ED) at a ribbon cutting today. HMH undertook the $15 million expansion and redesign to better serve the more than 70,000 patients who visit the HMH ED, Kentucky’s fourth busiest, annually. […]

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Hand-Washing Season

January 04, 2018

It’s that time of year again – the sneezing, sniffling, hope-it’s-nothing-worse season. Although there are many different types of ailments, there is one thing that can help ward off most of them: hand-washing. It might sound a little too simple, but experts continue to tell us the simple scrubbing of hands using soap and water […]

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Important Message re: Meade County Family Medicine

January 03, 2018

HMH Medical Group Meade County Family Medicine is closed due to a water leak. We are unable to see patients at this time. For urgent medical concerns, please seek assistance at CareFirst Urgent Care Center located at 1360 Rogersville Road in Radcliff or 1111 Ring Road in Elizabethtown. For medical emergencies, proceed to the nearest […]

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First Baby of 2018

January 02, 2018

HMH welcomed the first baby of the new year three hours after the ball dropped. Case Bruce, the infant son of Dustin and Jenna Bush and little brother of Drake (4) and Hunter (2), was born at 3:11 a.m. on January 1. The family lives in Custer in Breckinridge County. Each year the first baby […]

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