About Us

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Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center is a 50,000-square-foot, 135-bed facility (with nine private rooms) located in Barbourville, Kentucky. We have provided high-quality, long-term care and short-term rehabilitation to our residents for many decades, and in 2013 we began a new chapter and set a new standard in care, when we built the new Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center (formerly called Barbourville Nursing Home). Our new, $12-million, state-of-the-art facility features a library, private chapel, ice cream parlor, secure courtyard, nine private rooms, a spa area, a beauty parlor and a physician’s lounge. Each large room has a private bathroom. The recreation areas are spacious. The private courtyard is accessible from our common areas. Our new, well-equipped rehabilitation facility is fully staffed, features all new equipment and offers both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative care. Our special spas even include large whirlpool tubs, each with their own dedicated flat screen television mounted at the perfect viewing angle.

Our facility offers 24-hour nursing care, physicians, pharmaceutical services, lab services, along with speech, physical and occupational therapies. We also feature special menus and diets, created and monitored carefully by a registered dietician.

Whether you and your family’s medical advisors are evaluating a short-term rehabilitative and recuperative stay for a family member or loved one, or the prospect of long-term care, we invite you to call today to schedule a tour.

Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center offers a variety of engaging daily activities to reflect residents’ interests. These activities are designed to help give our residents the opportunity to not only maintain but improve their quality of life. We feature a beautiful lobby area and quaint, cozy dayrooms for families and residents to visit or have activities together such as birthday parties. Residents and families can also enjoy a spacious front porch with ceiling fans for southern comfort or the large park area where we host BBQ dinners during summer months.

Barbourville Health and Rehabilitation Center offers phone and cable connections in each room, electronic security, individual heating and air units, private and semi-private rooms, a beauty and barber shop, the Wanderguard System and Hospice services. We also offer pet therapy, with our cat, Lily. And, we are proud participants in the Daniel Boone Parade.

KAHCF Awards

2010 KAHCF Eastern District Activity Director Award
2010 KAHCF StateWide
Activity Director Award
KAHCF Eastern District LPN award
2009 KAHCF Statewide LPN award
2008 KAHCF Eastern District Support Services Award
KAHCF Statewide Support Services Award
2003 KAHCF Eastern District Dietary Award
2003 KAHCF Statewide Dietary Award
2003 KAHCF Eastern District SRNA Award
2003 KAHCF StateWide SRNA Award
Best Places to Work Winner
First Place Winner 2014

Press and Accolades

Lifestyle and Ammenities

Our state of the art kitchen and dining room were recently featured in Enrich Magazine, along with our dining program.

Who We Are

Janna Partin | Administrator

Our administrator, Janna Partin, is a registered nurse who has served as BHRC administrator since 2005. She began at BHRC in 2001 as a floor manager.

Delores Fields | Director of Nursing

Delores Fields, director of nursing, is a registered nurse since 1996. She has been director of nursing since 2011. She began her career at BHRC in 2008 as the Medicare coordinator/staff development/infection control. Delores has 15 years of long-term care nursing experience with three years in acute-care nursing.

Lenora Gray | Dietary Manager

Lenora Gray, dietary manager, is a registered dietary manager who began her career at BHRC in 1985. She began working in kitchen as a dietary aide. Lenora not only ensures our residents received delicious and nutritious meals, she sings and plays the piano for our residents and staff. Lenora has won both eastern district and…

Annette Ferro | Housekeeping and Laundry Supervisor

Annette Ferro, housekeeping and laundry supervisor, began her career at BHRC in 1999 as a housekeeping aide. She has been supervisor over housekeeping and laundry since 2009. She ensures our residents’ home is pristine.

Shannon Good | Activity Director

Shannon Good, activity director, began her career with BHRC in 2003. Shannon has won the eastern district and statewide activity award. She makes sure our residents stay involved with their community and provides them with many meaningful, engaging activities.

Therapy Department

Physical therapist Anne Pederson has been named “Best of the Best Physical Therapist for Knox County” for three consecutive years. Tammy Hudson, OTR/L, (Therapy Department/Rehabilitation Manager) has 12 years experience in long-term care. BHRC has two full-time occupational therapists and two full-time physical therapists. We have one full-time speech therapist and one full-time physical therapy assistant.…