Due to inclement weather, the COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Med Center Health scheduled for Monday, February 15 will be cancelled.
Appointments will be rescheduled as quickly as it is safe to do so, but due to the uncertainty of the weather conditions, it is unknown exactly when that will be. Every effort will be made to [...]
The Med Center Health Vaccine Clinic for those individuals receiving a second dose of Moderna vaccine will be open on Thursday, February 11 from 9:30a to 4p PROVIDED the inclement weather has passed and the roads are safe to travel. Please watch the Med Center Health website and Med Center Health social media for any [...]
Med Center Health congratulates Nancy Uhls, Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist with The Medical Center at Franklin, who was named to the Kentucky Board for Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy. Uhls is the first African American to be named to this state board.
“It is truly an honor to serve the Commonwealth of Kentucky as board member [...]
In accordance with the Commonwealth of Kentucky Governor's office, the following priorities are in effect for COVID-19 vaccinations:
“Med Center Health’s COVID-19 vaccination priority is Phase 1b persons age 70 or older. We are prioritizing this population until further notice.”
“Other persons from Phase 1a and 1b remain eligible for vaccination.”
“Phase 1c individuals will not be scheduled [...]
An effective treatment option is available for patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are considered to be high-risk for possible hospitalization. Monoclonal antibody infusions are available at The Medical Center. To date, The Medical Center at Bowling Green Outpatient Infusion Center has provided more than 500 infusions for COVID patients. The FDA has [...]
We are encouraged by the number of Kentuckians who want to be vaccinated and we ask for everyone’s continued patience as we work through the request list. Presently, over 12,000 submitted requests remain to be scheduled.
To date, Med Center Health has administered over 10,300 doses of the vaccine to qualified individuals in the state’s phase [...]
The Medical Center at Bowling Green is continuing to vaccinate healthcare personnel included in the state’s Phase 1a. We have been authorized by the Kentucky Department of Public Health to move into Phase 1b, which includes first responders, anyone at least age 70 and K-12 school personnel. Individuals who qualify under the age requirements for [...]
Med Center Health Foundation announced today the establishment of the Malchow Orthodontic Endowment Fund. The fund, made possible through a $1 million donation by retired Bowling Green orthodontist Glenn Malchow, DMD, makes available quality orthodontic care for children of families with financial need residing in Warren and surrounding counties. Services will be provided by licensed [...]
The Medical Center at Bowling Green is partnering with the Kentucky Department of Public Health to be a COVID vaccine administration site for healthcare personnel who desire to be vaccinated and meet the state’s definition of covered healthcare personnel in phase 1a of COVID-19 vaccine deployment. In Kentucky, all healthcare personnel working in clinical settings [...]
In what will forever be remembered as a monumental event in the nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Medical Center at Bowling Green is honored to have been selected by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Kentucky Commissioner for Public Health Dr. Steven Stack to be one of the first hospitals in Kentucky to receive [...]