About Baptist Health La Grange

Baptist Health La Grange is a 90-bed hospital providing a broad spectrum of healthcare services to residents of Oldham, Henry, Trimble, Carroll and eastern Jefferson counties. Formerly known as Baptist Hospital Northeast, the facility offers an Emergency Department that is stroke certified by the Joint Commission. The hospital recently completed a $2.5 million renovation of the George & Beverly Rawlings Women’s Center. Patients also have access to a new Cardiac Center with diagnostic capabilities, Infusion Center for receiving chemotherapy treatment and renovated pre- and post-op and PACU areas. The hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic imaging capabilities, including the recent addition of 3D mammography and stereotactic breast biopsy, and a private, up-to-date Sleep Center. Additional services include intensive and critical care, pulmonary services, rehabilitation and sports medicine and ambulatory care.

The hospital has multiple points of care, including Baptist Health Medical Group physician offices conveniently located on campus. The hospital has outpatient oncology fusion locations in La Grange, Louisville and southern Indiana, in addition to the Women's Diagnostics Center in St. Matthews. Baptist Health Crestwood, an outpatient facility, offers easy access to physical therapy, diagnostic imaging and a physician office. The hospital also manages the Oldham County EMS, a service owned by the Oldham County Ambulance Taxing District and Fiscal Court. The EMS is accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Ambulance Services.

Baptist Health La Grange is a member of Baptist Health -- which, as one of Kentucky's largest not-for-profit healthcare providers -- owns Baptist Health Louisville, Baptist Health Lexington, Baptist Health Corbin, Baptist Health Floyd, Baptist Health Hardin, Baptist Health Deaconess Madisonville , Baptist Health Richmond, and Baptist Health Paducah.

Baptist Health La Grange is accredited by state and federal agencies that oversee compliance with established standards of care. The primary accrediting agency is The Joint Commission.

In 2015, the hospital achieved the Pathway to Excellence designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. The designation identifies the elements of work environments where nurses can flourish. The designation substantiates the professional satisfaction of nurses at Baptist Health La Grange and identifies it as one of the best places to work.