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ISSUE: Fort Knox, HMH announcements
OUR VIEW: State of flux means opportunities
Two announcements this week provided some detail and insight into the future of the area’s most significant health care providers.
Col. Bruce Jenkins, garrison commander, described a two-phase multi-year development that eventually could include an inpatient tower. Final plans may shift as planning progresses and use of the initial outpatient center is evaluated.
Hardin Memorial’s master facilities plan approved Tuesday is an extension of the hospital’s strategic plan and responds to definite patient expectations. It calls for an increase from 93 to 196 private suites, renovation of the emergency department and relocation of the cancer center from the basement to an off-site location.
It’s easy to understand the excitement expressed by HMH President and CEO Dennis Johnson when he said, “This is o
Whether it’s federal intervention, insurance overhauls or research discoveries, the state of health care in
The first opportunity from this week’s announcements are economic. Engi
Another opportunity develops for skilled doctors and nurses who will staff the facilities, provide services and establish offices in the community.
It also should be noted
For those of us who struggle annually with the complexities of filling out insurance enrollment documentation, anticipating the future is beyond reach.
What’s clear is change brings opportunity. Our history tells us
It’s how we grow.
This editorial represents a consensus of The News-Enterprise's editorial board.