Officials say they don't want Kentucky's only alternative facility in 'backyard'
By Marty Finley
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 2:13 am (Updated: February 12, 11:33 am)
Hardin Memorial Health officials on Monday defended their opposition to an alternative birthing center in Elizabethtown, saying the center’s presence could place hospital obstetricians in uncomfortable positions of unfamiliarity.
Dennis Johnson, president and CEO of HMH, said he is “very strongly opposed” to the thought of a new center in the city because HMH would be responsible for emergencies arising with the center’s patients.
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