Hardin Memorial Hospital planning new ambulatory care building for Bardstown
By JIM BROOKS
Nelson County Gazette / WBRT Radio
Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, 4 p.m. — Hardin Memorial Hospital is the company that is behind the new ambulatory care building proposed for a tract on East John Rowan between Corvin’s Furniture and the Bardstown Walmart.
According to the plans filed with the Nelson County planning commission, the building with be a two-story facility with an actual foot print of approximately 35,000 square feet. The building will be constructed on a 6.99 acre tract adjacent to Corvin’s Furniture. The tract will also include approximately 290 parking spaces to serve the building.
A request Tuesday night from the Minneapolis, Minn.-based Medcraft Healthcare Real Estate in regard to water and sewer utilities to serve the medical building was approved by the Bardstown City Council. Medcraft has also submitted site plans for review by the Design Review Board.
Hardin County-based Hardin Memorial Hospital has more than 40 locations in the 10-county area it services including its own Diagnostic Imagine Center and the Family Medical Center, both on South Fifth Street in Bardstown. In fiscal 2016, Family Medical Center
Hardin Count-based Hardin Memorial Hospital is a regional healthcare provider with an ongoing presence in Nelson County, including its affiliation with Family Medical Center served more than 17,500 patients — which amounts to nearly half the population of Nelson County.