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Hospital Campus

Welcome to our home.

At Three Rivers Medical Center, we’re here for your all-around health–and that includes your comfort and convenience while you stay with us, visit patients, or stop by for an appointment or procedure. Here’s what we have to offer and how and where to find it.

Driving Directions

From I-64 (East/West):

  1. Take exit 191, Route 23 South, for 26 miles to Louisa.
  2. Turn right on to Route 32 Junction.
  3. Turn left on to Route 32. Travel approximately 1.5 miles.
  4. Turn right on to Highway 2565. Travel Highway 2565 for approximately 2 miles.
  5. Turn left on to Highway 644. The hospital is 3/4-mile away on the right.


There are two parking areas reserved for patients and visitors to the west of the hospital. Please note that parking behind the hospital is reserved for hospital staff only and the parking to the north of the hospital is reserved for Emergency Department patients and visitors. Please observe all “Reserved Parking” and “Handicap” parking designations.

Local Accomodations

If you’ll be staying in our area for an extended period of time, we’re happy to suggest a few places that will take care of you just as well as we are taking care of you friend or family member.

Hotels in the area:

Best Western Plus
18199 US 23
Louisa, KY 41230
Book a Room.


An ATM is located in the Emergency Department lobby.

Spiritual Services

The healing process takes place over time, through many processes and in many ways – and not all of them have to do with medicine or the body. At Three Rivers Medical Center, we’re happy to assist with guidance of another type, whether by one of our staff or a clergy member of your choosing.

The volunteer chaplains program at Three Rivers Medical Center provides access to local chaplains seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

For more information and to arrange clergy representation, please speak with your nursing staff.

Three Rivers Medical Center fully allows patients and their families to express their spiritual beliefs and cultural practices, as long as these beliefs and practices do not harm the patient, others or interfere with treatment.


Complimentary wireless Internet service is available to guests.