• Four HMH general surgeons move to new location on first floor in the physician office building

    For your convenience, HMH asks you to park at either in Lots 4 and 5 located near the main hospital entrance. You then would enter the building by either the entrance next to the Open MRI (former emergency entrance) or the door marked physician office entrance. Once you have entered the building, follow the temporary signs to the new office location.
    The new location address is: HMH Physician Office Building, Suite 1D, 1210 KY Hwy 36E, Cynthiana, KY 41031.
    The main telephone number to schedule appointments is 859-234-1707.

  • LBAR continues book presentation in Harrison County

    This school year Realtors representing the Lexington-Bluegrass Association of REALTORS® (LBAR) visited several elementary schools in Harrison County including Eastside, Northside, Westside and Southside Elementary and presented a book on staying positive and overcoming challenges.

  • Leslie Asbury joins HMH medical staff

    The staff of Harrison Memorial Hospital announces the addition of Leslie Asbury, M.D., M.P.H., to its medical staff.    
    Asbury specializes in otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat). Otolaryngology, or ear, nose, and throat (ENT), is the branch of medicine and surgery that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the head and neck. Asbury’s  practice will include both adult and pediatric medicine and surgical services in ear, nose and throat disorders.    

  • Rohs Theatre Company donation
  • Local food pantry distributes holiday meal boxes

    Approximately 25-30 volunteers prepared 414 holiday meal boxes for a Christmas  delivery. Families in need were given meals. The boxes were ready for pickup on Friday, Dec. 19, and each box was numbered by how many family members were in the household. Donated bags of candy and toys were also given out.
    Participating churches in Cynthiana and Harrison County were given a specific food item to collect. Money was also donated for the purchase of turkeys. The project was sponsored by the Harrison County Food Pantry.

  • Connersville Mills
  • NFPA and USFA launch campaign to promote home fire safety during winter months

    The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) are teaming up for the fourth year to promote their joint campaign, “Put a Freeze on Winter Fires,” which works to educate the public about potential fire hazards during the winter months and holiday season.

  • Audit of Harrison County Sheriff’s tax settlement released

    State Auditor Adam Edelen has released the audit of the sheriff’s settlement - 2013 taxes for Harrison County Sheriff Bruce Hampton. State law requires the auditor to annually audit the accounts of each county sheriff. In compliance with this law, the auditor issues two sheriff’s reports each year: one reporting on the audit of the sheriff’s tax account and the other reporting on the audit of the fee account used to operate the office.

  • Federal program offering free cell phone and minutes to low-income Kentuckians

    Q Link Wireless offers a free phone and 250 monthly minutes to qualified Kentuckians under Federal Lifeline Assistance Program.
    Nearly 350,000 low-income Kentuckians could have more money and improve their quality of life by applying with QLink Wireless to receive a free phone with free minutes through a program administered by the Federal Communications Commission.

  • Families urged not to put off Hospice Care this holiday season

    Many people wish to put off decisions about health issues until after the holidays, but what if facing them head on could actually improve quality of life so that the holiday season can be enjoyed more fully?
    If you have a loved one who is seriously ill, hospice care can bring comfort and peace so that your family can have more quality time together. We understand your reluctance and fear of the unknown, but it’s important to choose hospice care early in order to receive the greatest benefits. Families often tell us they wish they had called Hospice sooner.