Medical Center expansion project underway

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) — Clark Regional Medical Center announced the beginning of a 45,000 square foot expansion project, with a ground breaking ceremony on Wednesday, May 27.

Marketing Director Katy Hedge said the new three story building will provide services such as wound care, rehabilitation, and clinics for congestive heart failure and Coumadin.

We stand together to mark the beginning of our journey to create a comprehensive medical campus.” announced CEO Cherie Sibley. “Healthcare is rapidly changing and the needs of our consumers are rapidly changing.  This project demonstrates our commitment to the health of our community and dedication to meeting the needs of our patients by expanding our space and our services.”

Hedge also announced there would be an Education center, where classes would be routinely held for subjects like healthy eating, diabetes management, and support groups. She added that there would also be a state-of-the-art sleep center, for people whose treatment options required a sleep study.

The project will be completed in approximately 10-14 months, says project manager Jay Harris, and will be build by Wehr Constructors Inc. of Louisville.

For more information about plans and services that will be offered by the new Clark Regional Medical Center, visit

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