As the flagship higher education institution for the Commonwealth, the University of Kentucky College of Medicine is dedicated to providing high-quality medical education across the state. One of the most critical health needs confronting Kentucky is the shortage of physicians, particularly primary care doctors serving in community settings. To address that need, the UK College of Medicine established a four-year regional campus in Bowling Green in partnership with Western Kentucky University and The Medical Center at Bowling Green.
The resources at the Bowling Green Campus allow the regional medical campus to offer two combined degree programs in conjunction with Western Kentucky University: MD/MBA and MD/MPH.
The Region’s Best Healthcare, Close to Home
The flagship hospital of Med Center Health, The Medical Center at Bowling Green is a 337-bed, acute care hospital that offers the region’s most comprehensive services. With over 300 physicians on staff, The Medical Center is able to provide patients access to more than 50 specialties and programs, including:
- neuroscience services
- primary stroke center
- cancer treatment center
- obstetrics and neonatology
- behavioral health services
- surgical weight loss program
- da Vinci robotic surgery
In addition to the Bowling Green location, Med Center Health also operates The Medical Centers at Scottsville, Albany, Caverna and Franklin, and a long-term, acute care hospital, Commonwealth Regional Specialty Hospital. The combined hospitals offer 387 acute care beds and 110 extended care beds. CHC is the largest employer in Warren County with more than 3,500 employees.
Main Office: (270) 781-2415
Admissions: (270) 781-2415
Student Affairs: (270) 781-2415
Financial Aid: (270) 781-2415
Alumni: (859) 323-5834
Clinical Questions: (859) 257-1000
Dean’s Office: (859) 323-6582
AT HOME IN SOUTHCENTRAL KENTUCKY
Located just off Interstate 65, Bowling Green is a major hub of Southcentral Kentucky for industry, education, healthcare and culture. As the home of the General Motors Corvette assembly plant, Fruit of the Loom, Western Kentucky University and Med Center Health, the town has experienced tremendous growth in population over recent years and boasts a thriving economy.