Jennie Stuart Health provides quality healthcare to all persons in need regardless of their ability to pay. We have financial assistance programs available to those who are uninsured.
NON-DISCRIMINATION & LANGUAGE SERVICES
Jennie Stuart Health complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex.
MORE THAN A CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO BETTER PATIENT TOMORROWS.
With more than 100 active, senior and affiliate physicians offering over 30 medical specialties, including family health clinics, an Ambulatory Surgery Campus and a convenient care clinic, Jennie Stuart Health offers the most comprehensive health care services in the region.
We’ve come a long way since 1914, but experience tells us to never be satisfied with the status quo. Continuous innovation is necessary to meet the growing health care needs of our community. Today, tomorrow and throughout our next hundred years, you can expect Jennie Stuart Health to continue seeking new methods and new technologies to help us give our patients the best possible health care experience.
In The News
Jennie Stuart Health Wound Healing providers, leaders, and clinicians gathered today to celebrate the Robert A. Warriner III, M.D., Center of Excellence award, which was given Jennie Stuart Health Wound Healing. This Center has achieved patient satisfaction rates higher than 92 percent and a healing rate of at least 91 percent in less than 30 median days to heal, for a minimum of two consecutive years.
March is National Kidney Month and an important time to focus on the causes and prevention of kidney disease which affects approximately 15% of the American population. Dr. David Kabithe is a board certified general surgeon with Jennie Stuart Health and will take part in a discussion about Kidney Disease and Dialysis on Kentucky Health.Watch Online
Chronic wounds affect approximately 6.7 million people in the United States. If left untreated, chronic wounds can lead to a diminished quality of life and possibly amputation of the affected limb. Of those individuals living with an amputation, 54 percent lost their limb(s) due to complications related to vascular disease. While there are several factors that can affect wound healing, heart health is one of the most important. Heart disease may prevent the body from getting the oxygen it needs to heal.