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Read preview. Synopsis Most towns did not have hospitals of their own before the mid-twentieth century, and Kentucky towns were no exception. Kentucky's first real hospital opened in , but it was in Louisville -- too far away to serve many Kentucky communities, especially in cases of emergency. For this and other reasons, the lifespan of the average Kentuckian in the s was only 40 years. Today it has grown to 75, and trained medical professionals are available to most communities throughout the state.
Healing Kentucky tells how medical care changed in Kentucky over years and became the much safer and better system we know today. Mar - University Press of Kentucky.
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