Fleming County Hospital
Welcome to Flemingsburg, the seat of Fleming County and the Covered Bridge Capital of Kentucky.
Established in 1962, Fleming County Hospital provides inpatient and outpatient services to residents of Fleming County and the surrounding areas at its 52-bed acute care facility and physician practices. The hospital features a number of private rooms, expanded operating rooms, a larger emergency department and state-of-the-art MRI technology among many recent enhancements.
Nestled in the rolling hills of northeastern Kentucky, close to the Ohio River, Flemingsburg is surrounded by farmland. The town's brick-paved sidewalks and acorn-shaped street lamps recall the charm of its rich history and simpler way of life. Its proximity to the AA Highway and I-64 make it a prime location for industry, and its rich, fertile land has drawn many Amish and Mennonite families who now call the area home.
Residents and visitors alike can delight in treasure hunting in local antique shops and admiring the work of local folk artists and talented craftsmen. Opportunities for golf, fishing, camping, swimming, tennis, hiking, hunting and boating abound in the area.