Annual energy savings of approximately $50k for one KY hospital

A national healthcare network addresses the continual rise of utility costs in the Kentucky region saving $50,000 annually for one hospital and receiving the ENERGY STAR award, while reducing the cost of doing business across their portfolio and ensuring patients receive high-quality and cost-effective care.

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Hospital Boiler Plant Renovation

Harrison County Hospital has been serving the people of Harrison County, Indiana since 1950. Today, the hospital attends to the healthcare needs of approximately 60,000 residents of Harrison and Crawford counties, Indiana and Meade County, Kentucky.

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Increased patient comfort, energy savings of nearly $500,000

Hardin Memorial Hospital (HMH) provides compassionate care and advanced services to residents of Hardin County, Kentucky and its surrounding counties. The 300-bed regional healthcare center has over 1,600 employees and strives to provide patients with superior quality service.

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New Central Utility Plant

New Central Utility Plant (CUP) built for a Kentucky hospital after a detrimental basement flood shut down the facility’s electrical system, telephone and computer communication lines, air conditioning and hot water leading to evacuation of patients and staff.

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Master Service Agreement offers range of services with one call

A national healthcare network addresses the continual rise of utility costs in the Kentucky region saving $50,000 annually for one hospital and receiving the ENERGY STAR award, while reducing the cost of doing business across their portfolio and ensuring patients receive high-quality and cost-effective care.

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10-year sustainability service program

In 2006, Norton Women’s and Kosair Children’s Hospital upgraded its turn-key central utility plant, avoiding imminent systems failure and interruptions to patient care while saving annually on energy costs.

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