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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Information on this not-for-profit hospital, located in Winchester. Includes services, volunteer information, news and events, nursery and directions with maps.

Clark Regional Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Clark County, KY.

Clark Regional Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Clark Regional Medical Center is a proprietary hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


After being misdiagnosed for a month, I had to visit the Winchester ER and I was more than pleased with my treatment and care. The people working at the ER are very capable and willing to help you. They give you a very hopeful feeling that everything will be okay. I'm not keen on being in the ER for 3 hours with testing and what not but I can't complain for them saving my life! Would recommend to anyone who needs attention immediately. (in the last week)

This is the best hospital around. You never have to wait long for anything, the staff wants you to be comfortable and informative about your stay or your visit. Wouldn’t go anywhere else. (a week ago)

I wish I would have gone to an Urgent Care or another small clinic or even a Walgreen's --- anything -- just not Clark Regional. Needed a tatanus shot after stepping on a nail that very lightly punctured my foot during a service project. They recorded my information incorrectly which nearly made me lose my medical insurance coverage. After paying the uninsured charge in the area of $1,100 out-of-pocket for third-party physician costs and a vaccine that the Red Cross literally will administer to volunteers for free, Clark Regional switches me from the uninsured rate to the insured rate and is seeking an additional $300, months and months after I settled the bill. Now because they contract a third party for billing and their own skeleton-sized billing staff will not return answering machine messages, I am finding it impossible to speak with anyone at the hospital who I can plead my case to or at least arrange a payment plan. Awful, awful, terrible service. (a month ago)

Very very rude receptionist in the er registration. She acted like we were an inconvenience!!! As well as acting that way when anyone else came in. I love this hospital but you need hire someone that has some compassion for others instead of snubbing them. the date is July 15th 2018 at 10:40 pm not sure of her name and really don't want the confrontation of asking because my daughter is sick or else I wouldn't be here!!! Update: after giving her the name and birthday 7 times my daughter still had to write it down and was still spelled wrong. Please please hire someone else that is competent this is ridiculous. If she slams this window one more time others are gonna need medical attention from cuts and abrasions of broken glass! Her name is Chelsea by the way! (in the last week)

Took my wife to CRMC today for cataract surgery. Very pleased with the facility and staff. Dr Simon performed the surgery with follow up immediately thereafter by Dr. Puckett in office. In at 7:30 AM out by 10:30 AM. Couldn’t have been smoother. So far post op has gone as expected with no issues other than a little cloudy vision in operative eye. Dr Simon attributes that to slight swelling. Vision will improve as swelling moderates. (3 months ago)

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