St. Claire Regional Medical Center
St. Claire Regional Medical Center opened its doors on July1, 1963, as a general acute care hospital with 41 beds, 9 nurses and 6 physicians representing 3 specialties (General Practice, Surgery and Internal Medicine). Today, St. Claire is much more than just a hospital, it's an integrated healthcare system know as St. Claire HealthCare.
St. Claire HealthCare (SCH) is the largest employer in the region with nearly 1,200 staff members including more than 100 medical providers representing 32 medical specialties. It includes the largest rural hospital in Northeastern Kentucky with 159 beds, 7 family medicine locations within 5 counties, a multi-specialty medical pavilion, an outpatient center, homecare services including family medical supply, pharmacy and aesthetics.
SCH also partners with UK Health Care to offer services at services at the More head Cancer Treatment Center and More head Women's Health Care. SCH serves as an established training site for the UK College of Medicine's Rural Physician Leadership Program (planned expansion to 4 years anticipated in 2021).
Last year SCH provided.......
- Nearly a half million patient encounters and revenues in excess of $144 million
- Over 5,400 inpatient admissions
- More than 3,800 surgeries - over 2,900 on an outpatient basis
- Over 58,000 diagnostic imaging procedures, including Mir's, cardiac catheterization, echo cardiograms, nuclear medicine and CT scans
- Over 400,00 clinical lab test
- care for more than 32, 000 emergency patient visits - one patient every 16.5 minutes
- Over 90,500 patient visits at 7 family medicine locations
- Over 61, 000 homecare visits
- Over 9,600 behavioral health patient visits
- Delivery of almost 400 newborns
- Nearly 350 TeleCare patient encounters via Kentucky's TeleHealth Network