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The Lexington Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a fully accredited, two-division, tertiary care medical center with an operating bed complement of 199 hospital beds. Acute medical, neurological, surgical and psychiatric inpatient services are provided at the Cooper Division, located adjacent to the University of Kentucky Medical Center.
Hospital County City Bed count Type Founded Closed Health System; Albert B. Chandler Hospital: Fayette: Lexington: 569: Level I trauma center Teaching: 1962
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System - West Los Angeles Medical Center. Martinez. VA Northern California Health Care System - Martinez VA Medical Center. Mather. VA Northern California Health Care System, Valley Division - Sacramento VA Medical Center. Menlo Park. Palo Alto VA Medical Center - Menlo Park. Palo Alto.
Veterans' health care in the United States is separated geographically into 19 regions (numbered 1, 2, 4–10, 12 and 15–23) known as VISNs, or Veterans Integrated Service Networks, into systems within each network headed by medical centers, and hierarchically within each system by division level of care or type.
The Federal Medical Center, Lexington (FMC Lexington) is a United States federal prison in Kentucky for male or female inmates requiring medical or mental health care. It is designated as an administrative facility, which means that it holds inmates of all security classifications.
August 24, 2023 at 1:30 PM. Ryan C. Hermensemail@example.com. Lexington’s University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital was recently ranked the best hospital in the Bluegrass ...
Lexington VA Medical Center; N. ... Pikeville Medical Center; R. Rockcastle Regional Hospital and Respiratory Care Center; S. Saint Joseph Hospital (Lexington ...
The talk page may contain suggestions. (January 2022) / 38.0316446; -84.5084135. Opened in 1962, the Albert B. Chandler Hospital along Rose Street at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky is the flagship component of UK HealthCare.  It is named for twice-former Governor of Kentucky A. B. "Happy" Chandler.