Wellness & Prevention
Owensboro Health is committed to improving the health of our communities. The best advocate for your overall health and well-being is you! We want to empower you to take an active role in the direction of your health and encourage you to explore the screenings and wellness programs we offer below. Click on each link for more information, or call us at 270-417-2000 with any questions.
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COVID-19 Information Center.
Vaccinations save lives by preventing the spread of contagious diseases and boosting your immune system. Vaccinations are available at multiple locations at Owensboro Health.
Learn more about vaccinations, including COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine.
Community Education and Wellness
Find out about the services we offer to the community, including weight management, diabetes prevention, nutrition education and fitness classes.
Learn about community wellness resources.
Lifestyle Medicine is the prevention, treatment, and even reversal, of diseases caused by lifestyle factors. We want to help you live better!
Learn more about lifestyle medicine.
Diabetes and Prediabetes
Are you at risk of developing diabetes? Take the CDC's assessment now. Share your results with your doctor and ask for a simple blood test to confirm.
Early detection of progressive conditions can improve outcomes and help you know what to look out for. Consider screenings for several conditions from cancer to heart health and stroke.
Learn more about specific options for early detection and screening.
Coal Miners’ Respiratory Clinic
The Coal Miners' Respiratory Clinic in Greenville, Kentucky, is part of Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital. The clinic strives to minimize the effects of pulmonary impairment in coal miners and others with pulmonary disease.
Find out more about the clinic.
Sepsis is the body’s extreme, life threatening response to an infection. It is a considered a medical emergency. If not treated quickly, it can lead to organ damage or failure and death. Learn more about sepsis, including the causes, symptoms and who is at risk.
Owensboro Health is a smoke-free organization, and we are dedicated to helping you achieve your goal of living a smoke-free life. We work along with others to provide education, resources, support, and encouragement.
Learn more about how to quit smoking.
Nutrition and Weight Management
Enjoy better health with nutrition counseling and weight management services from Owensboro Health. Our team of registered dietitians is here to help you set and achieve your nutrition, weight and health goals.
Talk to our dietitians and nurses who provide diabetes education and support are all Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists (CDCES).
Join the Healthpark, Kentucky’s only facility certified by the Medical Fitness Association, and benefit from personal guidance from certified and licensed staff and medical oversight. No matter where you are in your fitness journey, we are here to help. We offer a diverse mix of classes, programs and opportunities so you can customize your wellness experience.
Call Center: Our 24-hour Health Hotline
Do you have questions about your health? Before you make an unnecessary trip to an Urgent Care center or the Emergency Department, call us. An experienced registered nurse at Owensboro Health answers this number and is happy to help!
Contact the Call Center at 877-888-6647.
Medical Reference Library
Open to Owensboro Health medical staff, employees, students and the public, our full-service, on-site medical library offers convenient access to a wide range of peer-reviewed texts, including professional journals and electronic databases.
Learn more about the Medical Reference Library.
Community Needs Health Assessment
Every few years, we conduct assessments to determine the health needs and priorities of our community. Learn more about the results of those assessments here.
View the latest Community Needs Health Assessment.
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Universal Medication Form
Everyone who regularly takes medications should complete and carry with them a current list of all medicines.
Download the Universal Medication Form.