Today, St. Claire Regional Medical Center serves as a 159-bed regional referral center and is the largest rural hospital in northeastern Kentucky. Sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame in Covington, Kentucky, St. Claire Regional serves as a Catholic, not-for-profit hospital. With nearly 1,400 employees, St. Claire Regional is the second-largest employer in the region. The Medical Center is an established training site for the University of Kentucky School of Medicine’s physician residency programs. St. Claire Regional’s Medical Staff is comprised of over 100 physicans and surgeons, representing 31 medical and surgical specialties.
In addition to providing services at the Medical Center’s main campus in Morehead, St. Claire Regional’s operations consist of a St. Claire Regional Outpatient Center, Cave Run Surgical Specialists, Morehead Medical Specialists, five comprehensive family medicine clinics, a regional telemedicine system, and an eight-county home care service region comprised of home health, hospice & palliative care, and home medical equipment. Additionally, St. Claire Regional partners with the University of Kentucky Medical Center to offer services through the Kentucky Clinic Morehead Cancer Treatment Center. Last year, St. Claire Regional provided care for the region with nearly half a million patient encounters, and reported revenues in excess of $100 million.
St. Claire Regional Medical Center’s service region serves a population of over 160,000 in Bath, Carter, Elliott, Fleming, Lewis, Magoffin, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Rowan and Wolfe counties. St. Claire Regional’s five family medicine clinics are located in Frenchburg, Morehead, Olive Hill, Owingsville, and Sandy Hook.
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