• Drs. Wright, Moses add new provider to staff

    Dr. A.C. Wright and Dr. Stephen Moses announce the addition of Jennie Gardner, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) to the staff. Gardner joined Dr. Wright, Dr. Moses and Jeannie Kilpela, APRN, in the practice in December 2015.
    Gardner is a native of Carlisle, Ky. She graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she received her associate’s degree in nursing in 1996. In 1999, Gardner received her bachelor’s degree, and she completed her master’s degree in nursing in 2002.

  • Harrison Memorial Hospital purchases new equipment for pulmonary function testing

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) is pleased to announce the acquisition of a new pulmonary function testing system, the new MGC Diagnostics Platinum Elite™ body plethysmograph pulmonary function system. The new addition to the pulmonary function lab increases our testing capabilities, while allowing more patients to be tested in less time.

  • A spiritual approach to recovery

    There is an onslaught in Falmouth and the surrounding communities that has bound many of our friends and family in the chains of defeat and hopelessness. Of course, heroin has become a problem of unimaginable proportions, and the effects that it has on those enslaved to the insatiable need have had their lives impacted in a negative way.  

  • HMH earns Top Performer on Key Quality Measures

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) has been recognized as a 2014 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in the United States.
    HMH was recognized as part of The Joint Commission’s 2015 annual report “America’s Hospitals: Improving Quality and Safety,” for attaining and sustaining excellence in accountability measure performance for pneumonia, surgical care, immunization and venous thromboembolism (VTE).

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  • HUD awards nearly $1.5 million to help Kentucky low-income residents find employment, job training

    In an effort to help public housing and Housing Choice Voucher residents in Kentucky find jobs and improve their education, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded $1,488,179 to housing agencies across the state through the Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS) Program.

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  • Kentucky joins lifesaving ‘Yellow dot’ program

    Gov. Steve Beshear announces the launch of Kentucky’s Yellow Dot program, designed to improve emergency care to motorists involved in a vehicle crash.
    The “dot” - a circular yellow sticker on the lower left corner of the driver’s side rear window - alerts emergency responders that a pamphlet with identification and medical information about the motorist is in the glove box. Smaller stickers are available for placement on motorcycle license plates.

  • KSP Post 6 Dry Ridge welcomes six new troopers

    The Kentucky State Police Post 6 Dry Ridge would like to welcome six new troopers to its ranks. A total of 45 new troopers graduated from the Kentucky State Police Academy in Frankfort on Thursday, Oct. 29. Their addition to the force brings the agency’s strength to a total of 880 troopers serving the citizens of the Commonwealth.
    Tpr. Jason Scheiding of Dry Ridge, Ky. is a 2004 graduate of National Trail High School in Preble, Ohio. He attended Morehead State University and graduated there in 2010. Scheiding is married and has one child.

  • Harrison Memorial Hospital earns Trauma IV Center designation

    Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) announced it is officially designated as a Level IV Trauma Center by the Kentucky Trauma System and verified by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department of Public Health. The designation was presented at the 2015 Kentucky Trauma and Emergency Medicine Symposium on Nov. 5.