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Effective August 27th, 2021
Monroe County Medical Center has updated its COVID testing policy to more efficiently address the rising demand for testing.
Thank you for your patience as our hospital and our community are once again experiencing an unprecendeted demand for COVID testing.
Testing will be by appointment only.
Call (270) 487-9231 ext 1185 to schedule an appointment.
Testing will be available between 6am and 6pm Monday thru Friday. Tests will only be scheduled at any other times for patients exhibiting COVID symptoms.
ATTENTION: HeartBeat Cafe Restrictions
The HeartBeat Cafe is OPEN to the public with restrictions. Click for more information.
Restrictions Last Updated: August 12, 2021
Community Health Needs Assesment
Community Needs Assessment
To the Residents of Monroe County,
Provisions in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010 require tax-exempt (non-profit) hospitals to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) at least every three years. The regulations for the CHNA include defining the hospital's service area; compiling demographics and analysis of health indicators; taking into account input from the community, including public health professionals; identifying resources; and prioritizing community health needs.
The assessment was created by the Community Health Needs Assessment Steering Committee with assistance from the University of Kentucky, Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky. The results of the CHNA will guide the development of MCMC's community health improvement initiatives and implementation strategies. The 2020 Monroe County Medical Center (MCMC) CHNA incorporated the requirements described above and identified the following prioritized needs:
1. Obesity
2. Respiratory Illnesses
3. Education on resources currently
    available in the community
4. Diabetes
5. Specialists
This document serves as a roadmap for the Implementation Plan, which will be developed during the months following the completion of the 2020 CHNA. The Plan will specify planned actions to be taken by MCMC and its collaborative partners, available resources, anticipated actions, and a plan for evaluating these activities.
We do not have adequate resources to solve all problems identified in the CHNA and some issues are beyond the mission of the hospital; therefore, action by others may be best suited. Some improvements will require personal actions by individuals rather than the response of an organization. We look forward to working closely with our community to help improve the overall health of those we serve.
Andrea McLerran
Chief Executive Officer
Ronnie Raines, APRN
Coronavirus Update
Thank You!
We would like to thank the Monroe County community and surrounding areas for the support shown to our staff during the pandemic. Click here for more information.
Pricing Transparency / Cost Estimation
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Congratulations to Jennifer Bean, EVS Director, and Hillorey Carnahan, CNO for completing the KHA sponsored Certified Health Care Environmental Services Technician Trainer (T-CHEST) program.
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KDLC Award Announcement
KDLC Award Grant
MCMC is proud to announce it has been chosen to be part of the 2021-2022 Kentucky Diabetes Learning Collaboration.
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About Us
Thank you for visiting our website. Our mission at Monroe County Medical Center is to provide quality, safe primary and specialty services for the citizens of Monroe County and surrounding areas through detection, prevention, and treatment of illness.
Monroe County Medical Center strives through continuous quality improvement to meet the needs of its customers by providing primary patient care in an environment which offers specialty services and focuses on prevention of illness thereby improving the quality of life.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.