ARH Tri City Medical Center

  • address 18880 US- 119, Cumberland, KY 4082336.9665176-83.0224166

Appalachian Regional Healthcare

In 1956, the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) and thousands of citizens in the coal communities dedicated the Miners Memorial Hospital Association’s (MMHA) facilities. The system’s hospitals were located in Harlan, Hazard, McDowell, Middlesboro, Whitesburg, Pikeville and South Williamson, Kentucky; Man and Beckley, West Virginia; and Wise, Virginia. By the early 1960s, MMHA announced its intention to close some of the hospitals and soon after the Board of National Missions formed a new and independent not-for-profit health system Appalachian Regional Hospitals (ARH)–that purchased the Miners Memorial Hospitals. The health system changed its name in 1986 to Appalachian Regional Healthcare to more accurately describe its far-ranging services.

MCHC Cumberland Medical/Dental Clinic

  • address 1620 East Main Street, Cumberland, KY 4082336.9744685-82.9801865

Urgent Care

A non-profit corporation, had its humble beginning in 1971 located in a trailer

in rural Leslie County, Kentucky. In the 50+ years since, MCHC has grown into

one of the largest rural community health centers not only in the

Commonwealth of Kentucky, but also in the United States.

With over 400 employees including 80+ healthcare providers across multiple

specialties, MCHC provides services to over 40,000 patients each year.

Currently, MCHC clinics are located in Letcher, Perry, Owsley, Harlan, and Bell


Whitesburg ARH

Hospital, Whitesburg KY

  • address 240 Hospital Rd, Whitesburg, Kentucky 4185837.1134822-82.8131865

Hospital in Whitesburg, KY