Educational Classes at La Grange

Community Health and Outreach

How is Baptist Health La Grange involved in our community?

Baptist Health La Grange is very involved with the community in Oldham, Shelby, Henry and Trimble counties through various community health programs. 

It is our mission to demonstrate the love of Christ by improving the health in our communities and supporting the wellbeing of those who seek care from us. We also want to encourage our community to be as healthy as they can be through our community health programs.

Baptist Health La Grange Events

  • Health Fair: Held annually at the hospital.
  • Genesis Garden: A garden located at the hospital that enables patients, community members and employees who meet certain guidelines access to fresh fruit and vegetables.
  • Oldham County Grand Slams: Health, Hope & Hometown 5K, a co-sponsored event including the Baptist Health Foundation of Greater Louisville, Hope Health Clinic and Hometown Pizza’s Every Slice Matters Foundation.
  • Free Infant and Child CPR classes: Classes offered on a variety of topics for expectant mothers.
  • Medical Explorers: A program that introduces high school students to career options in the healthcare field.


  • Operation Parent: A program to provide parents of fourth graders with resources to prevent youth risk behaviors.
  • Health Education: Provide athletic directors at local middle and high schools in Oldham, Henry, Trimble and Carroll counties.
  • STEM Fairs: at Oldham and Henry County high schools.
  • JA Inspire: Junior Achievement program that assists 8th-9th grade students explore career options.

Charities Supported by Baptist Health La Grange

Contributing to charities both local and nationally is very important to us at Baptist Health La Grange. Our top five charities contributed to are:

  • Hope Health Clinic
  • March of Dimes
  • Heart Association
  • Fund for the Arts
  • Supporting Heroes
  • Baptist Health La Grange Foundation

Community Awards & Recognition

Baptist Health La Grange volunteers were awarded the “HANDS” award from the KHA in 2017 for its “Little Free Library.”