Located in the heart of Central Kentucky, Taylor Regional Hospital is dedicated to providing outstanding medical care by serving the 110,000 people who live in Campbellsville and the regional service area. In 2003, we changed our name from Taylor County Hospital to Taylor Regional Hospital to reflect our ever growing services and communities that we touch.
The Level III Trauma Center at Taylor Regional Hospital is one of only two Level III Trauma Centers in the state of Kentucky. We are verified as a Level III by the American College of Surgeons on Trauma and we are also designated by the KY Trauma Advisory Committee. We are also the longest consistently verified Level III trauma center in the US. A Level III Trauma Center provides prompt assessment, resuscitation, emergency operations, and stabilization through the prompt availability of a surgeon. For critically injured patients requiring treatment notavailable at a Level III Trauma Center, transfer agreements with Level I Trauma Centers are maintained. In addition to the Trauma Center, the emergency department at Taylor Regional Hospital is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with a physician on staff at all times.
In 1968, Rosary Hospital, run by the Dominican Order of St. Catherine, was sold to the Taylor County Hospital District and Taylor County Hospital was born. Construction was completed on the current site in 1973. Over the years, several additions and renovations have brought TRH to the current level of service that we have today.
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In accordance with KRS 65A.080, Taylor Regional Hospital maintains the adopted budget, financial statements and most recent audit or attestation engagement reports at 1700 Old Lebanon Road, Campbellsville, Kentucky 42718. These documents may be examined by the public upon request.