Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center



Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center is a 75 bed hospital in Grayson County, Kentucky. Located between Rough River Lake and Nolin River Lake, we serve over 115,000 people living in six counties. We exist to heal the sick, relieve pain and suffering, and improve the quality of life for the people we serve. Our vision is to be recognized by the people we serve as the provider of choice for their health care needs and as a leading force for progressive change within our community.

It is our goal not to merely meet expectations, but to exceed them. We do this by living out our Mission, Vision and Values each and every day. We believe we owe it to the community we serve to strive for excellence in all we do. We take our role in the community seriously. That means that in all we do, from our facility to the technology to the people who care for our patients, we do it in a way that sets us apart from ordinary. 

Twin Lakes


Awards

TLRMC named a 2018 Top Rural & Community Hospital by The Chartis Group

Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center was recently named one of the Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals in the United States by The Chartis Center for Rural Health. This is the second year in a row the Grayson County hospital has been honored. Unlike last year, TLRMC is the only rural hospital in Kentucky to receive the 2018 honor. 

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HANDS Award

The Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary has won the HANDS Award (Helping Accomplish Noteworthy Duties Successfully) given by the Kentucky Hospital Association on three occasions. Each time, the Auxiliary was the only recipient for an In-Service Hospital Project for hospitals with under 100 beds. The awards were presented for the Sock Monkey project (2008), Patty’s Pillows for cancer patients (2010), and for renovating the hospital chapel (2013).

 

KHA’s 2018 Health Care Governance Leadership Award

The Kentucky Hospital Association's Health Care Governance Leadership Award, which recognizes individuals who have had a positive and sustainable impact on the quality of care in their community, was presented to Trevor Ray, board chair of the Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center in Leitchfield.