Clark Memorial Health
Welcome to Jeffersonville, a family-friendly community directly across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky, offering the best of small town America and a major metropolitan area.
Clark Memorial Health (CMH) has provided superior health care services to residents of southern Indiana since 1922. CMH provides a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient services on a 22-acre campus that includes a 241-bed, acute-care facility, two medical office buildings and an outpatient surgery center. Services are also provided through an urgent care center, a diagnostic imaging center and the Clark Physician Group of physician practices. Clark Memorial Health is part of the Regional Health Network of Kentucky and Southern Indiana, a joint venture between Norton Healthcare and LifePoint Health.
Jeffersonville, the seat of Clark County, is one of several southern Indiana communities that are part of the greater metropolitan area of Louisville, Kentucky known as Kentuckiana. With a total population of more than one million people, the area is rich in culture, commerce, history, dining, shopping, sports and entertainment. The area is also home to a robust business presence, including a 1 million-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center. Clark County boasts three school districts, and residents have convenient access to advanced education opportunities at a number of nearby colleges and universities, including Indiana University Southeast and the University of Louisville. Popular Kentuckiana attractions include the Derby Dinner Playhouse, Falls of the Ohio, Carnegie Center for Art & History, Huber’s Winery & Orchard, Kentucky Center for the Arts, Jeffersonville RiverStage, the Louisville Science Center, the Kentucky Derby Museum and the Louisville Bats baseball team. Annual events include Steamboat Days, Harvest Homecoming, Art in Speed Park and Sellersburg Celebrates.
More than 100 public parks, 50 golf courses, numerous tennis courts and area lakes offer a diverse array of relaxation and outdoor fun. The Big Four Walking Bridge connects southern Indiana with Louisville and allows residents to walk, bike and run across the Ohio River. Churchill Downs, the home of the world-renowned Kentucky Derby, is just a 15 minute drive away.