Northwest Kentucky is home to two primary hospitals and a regional ambulatory care center. There are several additional hospitals and specialty centers in adjoining counties.
Methodist Hospital in Henderson is a not-for-profit 219-bed facility in Henderson that includes a Level II Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU), birthing center, ICU, 24-hour physician covered ER, and a comprehensive rehabilitation center among many specialty centers. The organization employs more than 1,200 people and boasts an active physician staff of more than 60.
Methodist Hospital Union County
Methodist Hospital Union County is a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) comprised of 25 acute beds and 16 beds operated as a nursing facility for long-term care. Located in Morganfield, it is affiliated with Methodist Hospital in Henderson.
This comprehensive health care facility is made up of a team of 130 employees and 60 physicians. It offers 24-hour emergency room services, radiology, mammography, ultrasound, echo cardiography, CT, physical therapy, respiratory lab and surgical services.
Other Healthcare Options
Among many regional healthcare institutions, St. Mary’s Medical Center and Deaconess Hospital Systems both have multiple facilities in nearby Evansville, Ind., and Owensboro Health is located in neighboring Daviess County, Ky. St. Mary’s, Deaconess and Owensboro Health all three have new offices in Henderson as well.