The Medical Center at Caverna
The Medical Center at Caverna has served Hart County and the surrounding area since Caverna Memorial Hospital opened its doors in 1967. It has always been an important part of the community. Many of Hart County’s residents were born in this hospital.
Expansions were completed in 1999, 2009 and 2014, as new land and buildings were added. In 2016, the hospital became part of Med Center Health and was renamed The Medical Center at Caverna.
We are committed to ensuring that Hart and surrounding counties in Kentucky have access to quality healthcare. We take pride in being much more than an acute care hospital. The Medical Center at Caverna offers 25 inpatient hospital beds and a fully-staffed emergency room. We also provide a wide range of quality healthcare services through specialized clinics.
We are part of the healthcare system that includes The Medical Center at Bowling Green, which includes:
- Southcentral Kentucky’s only open heart surgery program
- The Medical Center Cancer Treatment Center
- Advanced orthopaedic and neurological surgery
- Obstetrics and neonatology services.
At The Medical Center at Caverna, Diagnostic Imaging recently expanded. The new 64-slice GE Revolution EVO CT Scanner provides a lower dose of radiation. Faster scan times improves imaging and provides greater patient comfort. The scanner has also helped us become a Designated Lung Cancer Screening Center. Low-dose screening is the best way to find lung cancer in the early stages.