As Central Kentucky’s
largest multi-specialty medical group, we have been here to serve you
since 1920. From establishing the first radiology department in
Lexington to implementing one of the first electronic medical records
systems, Lexington Clinic has a rich history of medical innovation and
superior care for you…our patients.
Today, with more than 2,000 patient visits daily, Lexington Clinic is
leading the way in healthcare through the dedication of more than 200
providers in more than 30 specialties in many convenient locations
throughout Central Kentucky.
We look forward to being your partner in health.
Lexington Clinic Facts
Cares for more than 2,000 patients daily and 600,000 patients annually
Employs more than 200 providers and 1000 staff
Has providers in more than 30 different specialties
Has more than 25 different locations throughout Central Kentucky
Draws patients from an area of 1.3 million residents
To provide the highest quality integrated healthcare.
Lexington Clinic Core Values
Excellence - striving for the highest quality patient experience regardless of our individual role.
Integrity - firm adherence to a code of ethics, honesty, dependability, and respect.
Service - enthusiastic and professional service to our patients, their families, the referring physicians, our colleagues, and our community.
Compassion - for our patients, their families, and each other.
Respect - appreciation of patients, partners, and staff.
Dedication - commitment to our mission and recognition of the group and individual needs.
Fiscal Responsibility - long term financial discipline is the key to the security, strength, and growth of the organization.
Lexington Clinic is founded by Drs. David Barrow, David W. Barrow and Waller O. Bullock and seven other physicians.
Dr. Elmer S. Maxwell was the first pathologist in Lexington. Under his guidance, with the cooperation of the University of Kentucky, Lexington Clinic established a school for medical technologists.
Dr. Donnan Harding joined Lexington Clinic as the first trained
radiologist in Lexington. He was a pioneer in both diagnostic and
therapeutic X-ray, establishing the first radiology department in
Lexington Clinic physicians developed the first cardiac care unit in Lexington at Saint Joseph Hospital.
Lexington Clinic installed the first 16-slice CT scanner in
Lexington that could rotate around a patient's body in only a half
Lexington Clinic neurosurgeons begin operating with Airo Mobile Intraoperative CT technology, becoming the first in Kentucky to utilize this equipment.
Dr. Richard Floyd, IV, performed the first thoracic ablation surgery for atrial fibrillation.
Lexington Clinic became the only medical group practice in
Kentucky accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory
Health Care (AAAHC.)
Lexington Clinic is Central Kentucky's largest and oldest medical group. We have more than 200 providers in more than 30 specialties taking care of 600,000+ patients in the Lexington community since 1920.