King's Daughters Medical Center, established in 1899, is a non-profit regional referral center in Ashland, Kentucky.
A recipient of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Quality Award, the 385-bed facility is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Their goal is to care, serve, and heal the community through its world-class services.
With more than 85 clinical services, KDMC specializes in comprehensive cardiac, medical, surgical, pediatric, rehabilitative, psychiatric, cancer, neurological, pain care, wound care, and home care services.
The Cancer Resource Center is a 24-bed facility devoted to providing compassionate care for the cancer patients. Cancer education and support groups are offered.
The Cardiovascular Recovery Unit, at the Center for Advanced Care, provides utmost care to the patients who had their open-heart surgery. It has eight cardiovascular intensive care suites and a family waiting area.
The Paul G. Blazer Jr. Health Education Center has a 120-seat auditorium, with state-of-the-art audio-visual facilities, and six meeting rooms.
Other facilities at Kingís Daughters Medical Center include the Pain Center, Wound Center, Sleep Medicine Center, Chest Pain Unit, Heart and Vascular Center, Asthma Education Center, and Breast Care Center.
The Outpatient Services Center, near the hospitalís main campus, offers physical, occupational, audiology, and speech therapies. Further, KDMC operates family centers at various locations in Ohio and Kentucky.
To improve the health status of the community, free health screening and education programs are conducted. The Occupational Medicine program deals with work-related health issues.
Rose Petals, a free membership resource program, is committed to the betterment of women and their families.
In addition, Kingís Daughters Medical Center manages the Ashland-area Meals-on-Wheels program, to cater delicious meals to the homebound patients