Louisville, KY-based Jewish Hospital opens outpatient center
Louisville, KY-based Jewish Hospital has opened an outpatient facility as part of a strategy by the healthcare company to move more services to faster growing parts of the Louisville area. The facility has a 24-hour emergency room and provides diagnostic medical imaging services. It also offers oncology services such as infusion and radiation, holistic medicine, and cardiac services. A rehab center will open in November.
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