HMH is coming to Hodgenville

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By Doug Ponder

The Hardin Memorial Hospital Board recently voted to build a new LaRue County family medical practice in Hodgenville.

According to a news release from HMH, a new 7,400 square foot facility will be built on Lincoln Drive in Hodgenville next to the new LaRue County Library. HMH has signed a 15 year lease with Aulbach Pence, LLC who will construct the building and they said the total cost of the Hodgenville building is unknown at this time.

HMH officials said the family medical practice will be staffed with Board Certified Primary Care Physicians and Advanced Practice Clinicians. The providers will administer all aspects of acute and preventative primary care for all ages. Ancillary services including lab, x-ray and EKG will also be offered on-site.

The Hodgenville clinic will consist of 14 exam rooms, a waiting room, a draw station for labs performed at HMH, and an x-ray unit. There will also be shelled space that could be utilized for additional imaging modalities or rehab services in the future.

At this time, the estimated completion and opening date will be in the late fall, sometime in October or November. Officials said they plan to close the clinic in Magnolia and they plan to relocate providers and staff from the current Magnolia facility to the new Hodgenville facility.