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Baptist Health Richmond to host 2nd Annual Chalk the Walk

The event coincides with Suicide Prevention Awareness Week

Baptist Health partners with KAM on COVID-19 testing solutions

Baptist Health offering screening, testing and monitoring services directly to employers

Baptist gets federal funding to expand telehealth

Funding expands service at eight facilities

Lexington hospitals to loosen visitation restrictions Monday

While each hospital’s restrictions in the updated policy may vary, they will all require screening at all entrances, and for anyone who enters the building to wear a mask and practice good hand hygiene.

WATCH: Versailles couple reunited after surviving COVID-19

After more than a month apart, Gene Hornback and his wife Elaine of Versailles, were reunited Friday at Baptist Health Lexington when Gene, a COVID-19 patient, was discharged.

State looks to help as Baptist, others reassign, furlough staff, cut leaders’ pay

Baptist Health is temporarily reassigning some staff, putting some workers on unpaid furloughs, and cutting leaders pay by up to 20 percent.

One medical group helps another in tough times

The doctors and staff at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington have been making a concerted effort to minimize the use of PPEs during surgeries and at other times.

Baptist Health suspends visitation at hospitals, medical offices

Effective Tuesday, March 24, Baptist Health is suspending visitation at all of its hospitals, and allowing only essential caregivers to accompany patients for medical appointments or tests.

Baptist Health Lexington says patient tested positive for coronavirus

Baptist Health in Lexington says a patient has tested positive for the coronavirus. It's unclear if this is a new case.

Baptist limiting visitors; blood center seeks donations

Coronavirus prompting responses, concerns.

MSU mourns death of Professor L. Curtis Hammond

Morehead State University is mourning the loss of Dr. L. Curtis "Curt" Hammond, a beloved Associate Professor of Music, who passed away Thursday.

Two Madison County deputies injured in crash on I-75, driver cited

A Pineville man was cited after KSP says he swerved onto the shoulder of I-75 in Madison County, hitting a sheriff's cruiser and another vehicle, injuring two deputies.'

Baptist Health offering info session for expectant parents set for April 28

Expectant parents can talk with obstetricians and pediatricians and find out about childbirth services offered at Baptist Health Lexington at the #BornAtBaptist maternity event.

City, Baptist Health Lexington host screening of film on opioid crisis

Linda Gorton and Baptist Health Lexington will co-host a presentation of “Beautiful Boy,” a film that explores the limits of treatment and family love in confronting the power of addiction. It is based on a true story.

Woman accidentally backs car into Lexington office building

Cleanup is underway at a Lexington office building after a woman accidentally backed her car into it.

Health records on iPhone now available to Baptist Health patients on MyChart

Baptist Health now supports Health Records on iPhone, which brings together hospitals, clinics and the existing Apple Health app to make it easy for patients to see their available medical data from multiple providers whenever they choose.

Baptist Health Lexington receives top ‘A’ rating for hospital safety

Baptist Health Lexington has earned the top rating of “A” for hospital safety from The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit healthcare ratings organization.

‘A Midsummer Night’s Run’ is Saturday in Lexington

Lexington's only downtown nighttime race will be run for the 33rd year Saturday, August 12, 2017.

Baptist Health – A Midsummer Night’s Run

On Saturday, August 12th, runners and walkers will take to the streets of downtown Lexington for a night of entertainment and activities.

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