About Our Hospital
Committed to Care
ContinueCARE Hospital at Baptist Health Corbin provides care with an interdisciplinary approach, developing individualized care plans, encouraging family and/or caregiver participation, to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Our hospital is licensed under Medicare as a long-term acute care hospital, providing care for critically ill and medically complex patients who require a longer acute care stay than a traditional hospital.
We enjoy the best of both worlds by having relationships with larger systems, yet maintaining a small hospital atmosphere.
Employee of the Quarter
Liza Peterson, RN, Clinical Supervisor
Featured Clinical Team Member
David Cernekee, RRT
To provide quality long-term, acute-care and a healing environment for our patients, using Christian values as our guide.
To be the premier Long Term Acute Care hospital in Kentucky, committed to restoring the individual patient’s highest quality of life and the healing of their body, mind, and spirit.
Chief Executive Officer & Chief Nursing Officer
Pamela Harrison took on this dual role in April of 2020, after serving as CNO at our facility since September of 2019.
ContinueCARE Hospital at Baptist Health Corbin opened in August 2004 as a 32-bed Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) located on the lower level of our host hospital, Baptist Health Corbin. Our facility operates in collaboration with our host hospital. As part of this agreement, we lease space and purchase certain ancillary services from our host hospital.
Our host hospital’s mission serves as the foundation for our mission: “As a faith based organization, it is the mission of Baptist Health Corbin & Clinics to provide quality health services to our customer’s using Christian values as a guide.”
We measure our success based on the level of satisfaction expressed by our patients, physicians, our host hospital, our staff, and regulators. Please let us know if we have met and satisfied your needs.