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New MOB breaks ground at Old Brownsboro Crossing

A new, four-story medical office building now under construction will add even more amenities to the busy shopping and services hub at Old Brownsboro Crossing. The McMahan Group, along with lead contractor Messer Construction Co., recently broke ground on the 100,000 SF, four-story facility – the third medical office building at the development. The McMahan

Hosparus expands services beyond hospice care

In response to the ever-changing health care needs of the community, Hosparus is expanding its home-based services beyond traditional hospice care to include palliative and advanced illness care for both adults and children, serving more patients and families than ever before. On March 17, the organization will rebrand as Hosparus Health to demonstrate its commitment to providing

Shriners Hospitals for Children — Lexington is moving

Shriners Hospital for Children — Lexington opened its first hospital in downtown Lexington, KY in 1926 and has been operating at its current location on Richmond Road since 1955. It was the 14th Shriners Hospitals for Children in the United States and was originally connected to the children’s ward of the Good Samaritan Hospital. In

Fighting to protect Medicare

  By Ron Bridges AARP Kentucky has just launched a campaign to let Congress know we oppose any plan to increase Medicare costs and risk for seniors and today’s workers. We believe Kentuckians have earned Medicare by paying in with each and every paycheck. Proposals to turn Medicare into a voucher system would take healthcare