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Harlan ARH Hospital

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Harlan ARH Hospital is a not-for-profit, 150-bed acute hospital with a 48-year reputation of providing quality primary and secondary care to its service area population in southeastern Kentucky. The hospital has modern diagnostic equipment including GE Extreme 16, CT Scanner, mobile MRI and mobile Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory. Harlan ARH Hospital is finishing up a $14.5 million dollar renovation program.

Harlan County is located in the mountains of southeastern Kentucky, the state's richest bituminous coal field. The majority of the county lies between two major mountain ridges, Pine Mountain to the north and Cumberland Mountain to the south. Atop Cumberland Mountain, Harlan County shares a border with Lee County, Virginia. In between these two long mountain ridges lie the three spurs of Black Mountain, one of which is the highest point in the state. This mountain has been the source of Harlan County's economic history as a major coal producing region in the state and nation since the early 1920s.

Like other parts of Appalachia, Harlan County is an outdoor enthusiast’s playground! The county is located within a short driving distance from several Kentucky state parks and some of the large lakes in the Tennessee Valley Authority system. Part of the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park is located in the extreme southwestern corner of the county, with the park’s entrance located in neighboring Bell County. These parks provide opportunities for golf, tennis, swimming, fishing, hiking, and more.

Rated the #1 health system in Kentucky and West Virginia by Verispan in 2005, ARH is a not-for-profit system operating nine hospitals, physician practices, skilled nursing, home health agencies, HomeCare Stores and pharmacies in eastern Kentucky and southeastern West Virginia. With over 4600 employees and more than 500 affiliated physicians, ARH is a Provider of Choice in the communities it serves. ARH has been committed to promoting good health in Central Appalachia for nearly 50 years. If you are a physician seeking a high quality lifestyle and a high quality medical practice, then you have found a home with ARH. We invite you to join the ARH team! 

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