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Visitation restrictions are in effect at all Med Center Health hospitals and Cal Turner Rehab & Specialty Care.

See Med Center Health’s response to COVID-19 on our Coronavirus Update page.

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Med Center Health Will Require Employees to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

Med Center Health announced today that it will require employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. This requirement will also include medical staff, students, residents, fellows and vendors across the Med Center Health system. Those in leadership positions will have through August 9th to receive their first dose while all others will have through September 1st....

COVID-19 Vaccinations available at Medical Center Urgentcare beginning July 26

Beginning Monday, July 26, Medical Center Urgentcare will administer Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines for adults and children ages 12 and older. Additionally, Med Center Health will begin the process of transitioning the location for its Bowling Green vaccine distribution from The Medical Center-WKU Health Sciences Complex (HSC) on the campus of The Medical Center to Medical Center Urgentcare. The transition will make vaccines available during extended hours seven days per week....

Dr. David Shadowen’s letter to our community

In September of 2020, Dr. Rebecca Shadowen was tragically lost to COVID-19. As an infectious disease specialist, she was a leading voice in Southcentral Kentucky on combatting the pandemic. A […]

Melinda Joyce Receives Bowl of Hygeia Award

The Kentucky Pharmacists Association (KPhA) has honored Melinda Joyce, PharmD, FAPhA, FACHE, with the 2021 Bowl of Hygeia Award. Melinda is Vice President of Corporate Support Services for Med Center Health and is also a licensed pharmacist active in KPhA.

Med Center Health Urges Patients to Schedule Cancer Screening

Med Center Health has joined a nationwide effort to encourage patients to resume appropriate cancer screenings to promote early detection and decrease mortality. Med Center Health is urging people across Southcentral Kentucky to talk with their healthcare providers to resume regular primary care checkups and recommended cancer screenings.