Located within HRH, 23-bed unit will offer specialized services


Greenfield Mayor Chuck Fewell (left) talks with AMG Specialty Hospital Central Indiana CEO Rodney Midkiff (center) and AMG COO Gene Smith at an open house Tuesday for the opening of AMG's long-term acute care hospital within Hancock Regional. AMG will receive its first patient Monday in the 23-bed LTAC unit. (Jim Mayfield / Daily Reporter)

GREENFIELD –– A new long-term acute care hospital folded into a former surgical wing at Hancock Regional Hospital will accept its first patient Monday.

AMG Specialty Hospital Central Indiana will lease a third-floor wing at the hospital to provide a 23-bed unit offering specialized care to include ventilator management, non-healing wounds, surgical and cardiac complications and other conditions of chronic, acutely ill patients.

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