Owensboro Health Regional Hospital & Medical Group

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Owensboro Health is a community-focused, nonprofit healthcare system that provides innovative medical advancements and compassionate care to help improve the community. Owensboro Health includes Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, which is a top-rated hospital located 123 miles north of Nashville, TN and 109 miles southwest of Louisville, KY. Owensboro Health also includes Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital; Owensboro Health Twin Lakes Medical Center; diagnostic centers and regional clinics; primary care, education and wound healing centers; a cancer center; home care services; three new Healthplex locations; and the HealthPark.

Each year, Owensboro Health Regional Hospital averages 2,000 births; 73,000 emergency room visits; 18,000 admissions and 500,000 outpatient visits each year. System-wide, the organization has nearly 4,800 employees and 250 medical staff across 18 counties in western KY and southern IN. 

The new $350 million dollar Owensboro Health Regional Hospital and medical office building features a nine-story facility licensed for 477 patient beds, and offers views of lush green vistas and natural scenery from every room. 

  • 16 operating room suites
  • 2 da Vinci® surgical systems to aid in minimally invasive procedures
  • Expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Level III)
  • Epic EMR
  • RFID (Radio-frequency Identification) system for technology tracking and inventory


Owensboro sits on the southern bank of the Ohio River and serves as a cultural and business hub in the Kentucky-Indiana-Illinois tri-state region. A modern and vibrant community that maintains a rich history and traditional charm of a southern American city, Owensboro offers a family-friendly atmosphere, quality educational opportunities, a low crime rate and low cost of living index. 

  •  America's Best PLaces to Work - CNN/Business Week
  •  Named a "Hear the Music" City in 2019 - Brand USA
  •  Top City for Millennials in 2018 - Business Insider