Discover a community care partner in AdventHealth Manchester, formerly Manchester Memorial Hospital, in Clay County, Kentucky. Whether you’re here for a sleep study, an emergency, or a surgical procedure, our caring providers are dedicated to making your stay with us as comfortable as possible. As part of the AdventHealth network of care, our team is guided by the principles of CREATION Life — Choice, Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust, Interpersonal Relationships, Outlook, and Nutrition — as we deliver the highest standards of care across the wide variety of medical services we provide.
Manchester is a home rule-class city in Clay County, Kentucky, in the United States. It is the seat of its county. The town was founded to be the seat of the newly formed Clay Co. in 1807 on a 10-acre (4.0 ha) parcel near the Lower Goose Creek Salt Works. The county court stipulated that the town be named Greenville in honor of the War-of-1812 general who gave the county its name. The Greenville in Muhlenberg County had already preempted that name, however, and it was changed to “Manchester” in December. There was a local legend in the town that this was in honor of the hometown of Gen. Garrard’s second wife Lucy Lees, but a prominent local family, the Hollingsworth, were originally from Manchester, England. Rennick points out that Lucy Lees was born well after the naming of the city. He opines that it is more likely that the local businessmen simply wanted a name evocative of the English industrial success.
|Location||210 Marie Langdon Dr, Manchester, KY 40962|
|Candidate Type||PA or NP|
|Shift Lengths||12 Hour Shifts AM and PM|
|Beds||43 Med/Surge 6 ICU|