Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center named a national Great Places to Work in Healthcare for fourth year in a row
For years people have heard that sugar gives you diabetes, aspartame gives you cancer, and no sweets at all just make you sad. So, here is how I break down sweeteners to my patients.
TLRMC has introduced an intuitive registration solution called Queue (pronounced Q) that offers real-time registration monitoring and works to reduce patient wait times.
Flu season is here. While the flu is tough on everyone, it has a greater impact on those more vulnerable. People with immune deficiencies, the young and the elderly, have a longer recovery period to get them back to their pre-illness baseline.
Rachael and Kevin Pierce of Clarkson are the proud parents of the first baby born at Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center in 2018. Ridgley Hannah Pierce entered the world at 6:31 a.m. on Monday, January 1. The baby girl was delivered by Dr. Sam Buck.
Due to high Influenza activity within our community and surrounding areas, Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center (TLRMC) in Leitchfield has initiated visitor restrictions effective immediately. These restrictions are part of an effort to keep our patients safe from further illness and our staff healthy so they may continue to provide top quality patient care.
Kentucky is seeing the ravaging effects of opioid abuse and overdoses both statewide and locally.
Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center is excited to offer a new Medical Stabilization program to aide those suffering from substance or alcohol withdrawals. Medical stabilization and withdrawal management is the first phase of the recovery process.
Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center was recently named one of the Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals in the U.S. This is the second year in a row the Grayson County hospital has been honored.