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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A hospital that feels like a hotel -- that was the goal when Jewish Hospital Medical Center East opened its doors.
Today, doctors celebrated 10 years in business serving eastern Louisville's healthcare needs. The medical center was on the cutting edge of patient privacy when it opened in January 2003, offering outpatients private suites and emergency rooms.
It has since treated more than 700,000 people. Tammy Tyillian-McDill of the hospital says, "We have very high expectations and we have exceeded all of them and look to continue with that in the future."
Jewish Hospital was part of a recent merger that formed KentuckyOne Health. The group has more than 16,000 employees throughout Kentucky and southern Indiana.