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MCMC is closely monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates. In an abundance of caution, we have activated the appropriate infection control protocols at our hospital until further notice to protect patients, as well as the staff and community.
Effective March 18th, 2020 at 1:00pm CT
All employees, visitors, and outpatients must enter through the main entrance. A station will be set up at the entrance to screen those entering the building. Staff and visitors with a temperature of 100 or greater will be asked to leave.

Effective March 17th, 2020
All patients (emergency room or inpatients) will only be allowed one visitor at a time.
Children younger than 12 are not allowed to visit patients in the facility until further notice.
When visiting remember to wash your hands with soap and water when entering and leaving patient rooms.
Individuals with fever, runny nose, body aches or respiratory symptoms should not visit.
We appreciate everyone’s cooperation in adhering to these temporary restrictions so that we can maintain the safest possible environment for patients, families and staff.
ATTENTION: HeartBeat Cafe Restrictions
Effective Monday, March 30th, 2020
HeartBeat Cafe will be offering takeout orders to the public. Orders will be limited to the steam table and grill menu and must be placed by phone. To place an order call (270) 487-9231 ext. 1195. For available hours see our hours of operation.

Effective Tuesday, March 17th, 2020
Monroe County Medical Center Heartbeat Cafe will be closed to the public in accordance with state requirements and recommendations related to the current Coronavirus situation throughout the state of Kentucky.

We apologize for any inconvenience. We appreciate the cooperation of Monroe County citizens and MCMC visitors during this time. When these requirements are lifted, we will re-open the HeartBeat Cafe to the public.
Community Health Needs Assesment
Community Needs Assessment
To the Residents of Monroe County,
The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that all non-profit 501(c)3 hospitals conduct a community needs assessment (CHNA). Hospitals must complete a CHNA at least every three years with input from the broader community, including public health experts. Monroe County Medical Center is pleased to present its CHNA.
The contents of the CHNA were compiled from local, state and national data sources. Additionally, surveys were made avaliable throughout the county, focus groups were conducted and responses aggregated to provide a comprehensive overview of the healthcare landscape in Monroe County.
The CHNA provides valuable information that indicates where Monroe County Medical Center is in meeting the needs of the county and the surrounding areas, and where there is room for improvement. The CHNA will serve as a guide to improve the performance of the Medical Center in allocating resources, identifying concerns, and improving the overall health of the people it serves over the next three years.
We do not have adequate resources to solve all problems identified and some issues are beyond the mission of the hospital, therefore action is best suited by others. Some improvements will require personal actions by individuals rather than the response of an organization. As you review this CHNA please consider ways to help us improve the health and medical service to our area. I invite and welcome your response to this report.

Vicky McFall
Chief Executive Officer
News & Events
News & Events
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Our News & Events have been updated. You can still check out our News & Events page for the latest information.
However, we also offer a new archive page to catch up on anything you might have missed.

Our radiology technologists are responsible for performing diagnostic and screening exams. We would like to thank our Radiology staff for the important role they play in patient care and safety.
For more information on our departments, click here.
Health Center
Introducing the MCMC Health Center
The new MCMC Health Center will provide access to resources that may help our patients learn more about their physical and mental health
Information and topics include:
  • Diseases and Conditions
  • Educational Resources
  • Health Tools

Click here for more information and to begin learning more about your health!
Coronavirus Update
About Us
Thank you for visiting our website. Our mission at Monroe County Medical Center is to provide quality, safe primary and specialty services for the citizens of Monroe County and surrounding areas through detection, prevention, and treatment of illness.
Monroe County Medical Center strives through continuous quality improvement to meet the needs of its customers by providing primary patient care in an environment which offers specialty services and focuses on prevention of illness thereby improving the quality of life.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.