A group of physicians and staff at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital (LCRH) utilized a video presentation to outline services and programs at the Somerset hospital during the July membership meeting of Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce. LCRH was corporate sponsor of the chamber session at The Center for Rural Development.

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital, a 295-bed acute care facility, is a general medical and surgical facility. The hospital provides healthcare services for an 11-county service area in south central Kentucky.

A modern, state-of-the-art facility, the hospital offers cardiac care and an advanced neurosurgery program with Spine Center accreditation. LCRH also has a complete clinical laboratory, 24-hour Emergency Department services, intensive care units, surgical services (including orthopedic and urological), and diagnostic imaging. Other specialty services include women's and children's services, a Level II neonatal nursery, cardiopulmonary services, behavioral health unit and inpatient rehabilitation.

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital (LCRH) employs a staff of more than 1,200 health care professionals and support personnel and has more than 170 physicians representing 38 medical specialties.

In addition to numerous physician practices, LCRH has eight stand-alone outpatient facilities for bariatric medicine, cancer treatment, imaging, surgery, wound care, sleep disorders and therapy services.

Established in 1976, Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital has grown from a 175-bed facility to its current 295 beds. LCRH has evolved from a private hospital opened in 1917 to a community hospital opened in 1921 to a municipality owned Somerset City Hospital and eventually, through several ownerships, to Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.

(Some information from hospital's website)