SEARCH

Maps & Directions

Directions

Directions coming North on I-75 (from Tennessee)
Take I-75 North to exit 90. Go straight toward the light then turn right onto the Richmond By-Pass. Go thru approximately 4 lights then at the 5th light (this should be the intersection of the by-pass and highway 52. Turn left onto highway 52 toward Irvine. Go approximately 21 miles on this road and when you enter town, you will cross a green bridge that goes over the Kentucky River. Once across the bridge, go thru 2 lights and at the 3rd light turn left onto Carhartt Avenue. Then take the 1st right onto Mercy Court.
Directions coming South on I-75 (from Cincinnati)
Take exit 90A
Turn right onto the Richmond By-Pass. Go thru approximately 4 lights then at the 5th light (this should be the intersection of the by-pass and highway 52. Turn left onto highway 52 toward Irvine. Go approximately 21 miles on this road and when you enter town, you will cross a green bridge that goes over the Kentucky River. Once across the bridge, go thru 2 lights and at the 3rd light turn left onto Carhartt Avenue. Then take the 1st right onto Mercy Court

Visiting Hours

Visits with family and friends are an important part of a patient's recovery. Rest and quiet are also very important. For the comfort and care of our patients, please honor the following visiting hours: Visiting hours on the general nursing floor are 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

We suggest a few guidelines when you visit the hospital:

  • Only two visitors per patient are permitted at any one time.
  • Visitors are not encouraged to stay overnight. In exceptional cases where overnight attendance would be beneficial to the patient, permission may be granted by the Clinical Leader or Charge Nurse.
  • Personal items such as sleeping bags, pillows, cots, lawn chairs, etc., are not allowed in any area of the hospital.
  • Children under 12 years of age are not encouraged to visit. They may be permitted to visit for periods of 30 minutes at the discretion of the Clinical Leader or Charge Nurse.
  • Special arrangements can be made through the Nursing staff.

We believe your health is a personal matter and we will do everything in our power to ensure your privacy. You can help us by designating one person to serve as a contact person with our staff. Other family members may inquire about your condition through this contact person.