Woodford Memorial Hospital (1904-2000)
The Woodford County Memorial Hospital was founded in 1904 by a group of ten church women in a three bed house on Macey Avenue in Versailles, Kentucky. Throughout the years, Woodford Memorial Hospital grown. From facility additions to the small brick house on Macey Avenue in 1929 to 1940, the hospital expanded their services. It wasn’t until 1963 that the current structure on Amsden Avenue was built to serve Woodford County. In 1969, the original house on Macey Avenue was lost in a fire. Over the decades, there were many administrators, nurses, doctors and staff that were dedicated in providing the quality health care.
Bluegrass Community Hospital Opens (2001)
Bluegrass Community Hospital opens on January 2, 2001 under the direction of LifePoint Health. After updates and constructions to the Emergency Room, Bluegrass Community Hospital was ready to open its doors to patients.
Bluegrass Community Hospital Additions (2007)
In 2007, the hospital invested $1.7 million in a new medical office building that would house orthopedic services, rehabilitation services and two primary care physicians. Today, the building continues to service patients through great accessibility and convenience.
Bluegrass Community Hospital Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary (2021)
Bluegrass Community Hospital proudly celebrates its 20 year anniversary under the direction of LifePoint Health. The hospital continues to provide quality care, close to home. From cardiology to interventional pain management, we have the services to provide for you and your family. You can “Count On Us”.