Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Visitation Restrictions
Visitation restrictions are in effect at all Med Center Health hospitals and Cal Turner Rehab & Specialty Care.
Healthy Recipe Friday
Thanks to The Real Food Dietitians, we are kicking off the first Friday in September with a little sweet treat! https://therealfoodrds.com/peanut-butter-crunch-bars/… #healthyrecipefridaysRead MoreRead More
August 29th Weekend Fitness Tip
Here are 4 ways to help improve your workout routine! https://medcenterhealth.org/improving-your-workouts/Read MoreRead More
Healthy Recipe Friday!
Here is an easy recipe to try this weekend! https://whole30.com/whole30-stuffed-sweet-potatoes/ #healthyrecipefridaysRead MoreRead More
Dr. Craig Tyree
Leslie Rossetter honored by American Organization for Nursing Leadership
Med Center Health Sports Medicine
Bowling Green City Schools partner with Med Center Sports Medicine for Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Services. Med Center Health will provide Bowling Green High School and Bowling Green Junior High School athletic training coverage for sporting practices and events including all athletics and activities recognized by the Bowling Green Board of Education.Read MoreRead More
2020 Med Center Health 10K Classic
We would like to announce that the 2020 Med Center Health 10K Classic will be going virtual! This decision has been made in order to keep everyone healthy and safe amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Please visit www.mch10k.com for more information and to register today!
COVID-19 Research Explained By Dr. Singh
Beyond the Hill: With Dr. Chaitu Malempati
WKU Medical Director and Head Team Physician Dr. Chaitu Malempati discusses his background in medicine, how he balances being an orthopedic surgeon for the Medical Center at Bowling Green with his work with the Hilltoppers, how he’s handled being a surgeon during the COVID-19 pandemic, his role in WKU Athletics’ COVID-19 response, and some of his favorite things about working with WKU.Read MoreRead More
Hepatitis Awareness Day
Let’s work toward a “Hepatitis-free future” by bringing awareness to the prevention of the disease that causes many health problems over the lifetime. Visit https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-hepatitis-day/2020 for more information on what you can do to protect yourself and loved ones!Read MoreRead More