Harrison Memorial Hospital now has two additional providers to serve our patients. The HMH Physician Group: Primary Care has added Dixie Davidson, PA-C, as a Physician Assistant to the staff. Physician assistants are healthcare professionals who practice medicine as members of a team with their supervising physicians. They conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive care, prescribe medications, and assist in surgery.
Davidson joins Dr. Shane Gainey at the HMH Physician Group: Primary Care office located at 439 East Pleasant Street in Cynthiana.
“We are happy to have Dixie in our practice. By adding another provider, our patients will benefit in a number of ways, including improving their access to care,” said Gainey. read more
In an effort to extend services into the communities we serve, Harrison Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce several outpatient services that will be available to our patients in the Carlisle area by November. Physical therapy and occupational therapy services will be offered in the office formerly occupied by Dr. Osias Villaflor’s medical practice. HMH physical therapist Betsy Kelley and office coordinator/PT technician Brenda Letcher will be on hand Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to see patients.
Join others in registering for HMHmyhealth!, your online tool for managing your health care. Hospital personnel launched this interactive tool in April, and we encourage all our patients to use this convenient resource.
HMHmyhealth! is an online tool that not only gives you access to all your health information, but also allows you to request hospital-based appointments, view laboratory and x-ray results and handle your healthcare financial matters electronically. Patients who use HMHmyhealth! also can view a list of discharge medications prescribed to them, patient allergies, demographic information, discharge instructions for when they leave the hospital, and even a history of all their medical visits. read more
The Kentucky Institute for Patient Safety and Quality (KIPSQ) has launched its “Improving Patient Safety for Mom and Baby” project, and Harrison Memorial Hospital has been asked as one of 32 birthing hospitals statewide to participate. The project is made possible by a grant from the Anthem Foundation, with the hopes of improving healthcare delivery for both mother and baby. KIPSQ has partnered with the Anthem Foundation to provide education, tools and resources which will result in the best possible patient outcomes, both short- and long-term.