Spring View Hospital
Population: 5,802 :: Service Area: 30,500
Welcome to the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky, home of champion thoroughbreds and world-famous country ham. Amid the rolling hills and green pastures of central Kentucky, the city of Lebanon in Marion County offers all the benefits of gracious living in a most tranquil and beautiful setting.
Spring View is a 75-bed, acute-care community hospital that offers a full range of specialties and services, including Surgical Services, Emergency Services, Cardiopulmonary Services, Laboratory Service, Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging Services, Rehabilitation Services, Women’s Center Services and Occupational Health Services.
Lebanon is the county seat for Marion County. In recent years, Lebanon has established itself as a center of trade, commerce and industry in central Kentucky. In the last 17 years we have added 22 industries and 4,000 jobs. The Downtown Lebanon Historic District, listed on the National Historic Register, features antique shops and an arts and crafts cooperative featuring the works of local and other Kentucky artisans. Marion County Country Ham Days ranks as one of the most successful and largest community festivals in Kentucky. The Maker’s Mark Distillery is located in nearby Loretto, and Centre College in Danville is nationally recognized for its academic achievement.
Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region is famous for its natural beauty, and Marion County is no exception. The beautiful Green River Lake is only 25 minutes from Lebanon. Green River is a haven for the water sport and fishing enthusiast as well as the vacationer that just wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This 8,200-acre lake offers more than 33 miles of picture perfect water lying between 250 miles of shoreline. It is just perfect for fishing, skiing and riding your personal watercraft or just relaxing in one of the many houseboats, small craft, floating cabins, and condominiums available. Just minutes from the hospital is Fagan Branch Reservoir and it features the 3.2-mile Cecil L. Gorely Naturalist Walking Trail, a great environment for hiking, bird watching, nature studies and fishing. Marion County is also proud to have the 34-acre Graham Memorial Park that has outdoor tennis courts, a fitness trail, picnic pavilion, gazebo, playground and an aquatic center offering year-round activities.