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COVID-19 Update 7.28.2020 – Leslie Marsh, CEO

LRHC is pleased to be able to work with the state and local public health department to bring more widespread testing to the community.  While we at Lexington Regional Health

May 2020 COVID-19 Update – Leslie Marsh, CEO

As we reach the end of the month I wanted to provide an update on our activity at the hospital.  To date, we have had 42 admissions to the hospital,

COVID-19 UPDATE – CEO, Leslie Marsh

As we move into a new month I wanted to provide a quick update on our overall hospital experience with COVID 19.  As you can see, hospital activity continues to

APRIL, 2020 COVID or COVID PRESUMPTIVE ACTIVITY

APRIL, 2020 COVID or COVID PRESUMPTIVE ACTIVITY As you’ve no doubt heard by now, COVID 19 is here in the Lexington Community, Dawson County and the Two Rivers Public Health Department. 

COVID-19 Outbreak

As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak evolves, Lexington Regional Health Center knows that our patients and community are concerned about how this infectious disease might affect them. The Lexington Regional Health

Brittany Hueftle accepted into AONL Nurse Director Fellowship Program

Congratulations to Brittany Hueftle, Director of Transitional Care, for being accepted into AONL Nurse Director Fellowship! This year-long professional development program targets the unique leadership development needs of individuals

Stop the Bleed Training in Lexington Schools

Lexington Public School nurses along with two Lexington Regional Health Center nurses were recently certified in Stop the Bleed training. (Melanie Steinwart, RN, Samantha Sleicher, RN, Bonie Muzzey, LPN, Lacey

Finalist for 2019 Improvement Best Practice Awards

We are very excited to announce that Lexington Regional Health Center was a finalist in the 2019 Improvement Best Practice Awards! The Improvement Best Practice Award is presented to

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