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Hospitals Within 20 Miles of Crestwood, KY

Hospitals Within 20 Miles of Crestwood, KY

Hospitals Within 20 Miles of Crestwood, KY

Crestwood is a beautiful area known for its feel of true Kentucky country. However, one of the many perks of its location is the fact that it still remains in close proximity to the city of Louisville. Sitting approximately 20 minutes from downtown, Crestwood residents can rest assured knowing they have full access to Louisville’s hospitals and medical facilities while still enjoying the serenity of the country-side. With so many wonderful homes available in the nature-filled area of Crestwood (and the rave reviews of the Oldham County School District), there is no reason to rule anything out due to the distance from the city. In fact, almost all of Louisville’s hospitals are within a 20 mile drive! Below is a list of facilities with their proximity to the city of Crestwood. Why not enjoy the best of both worlds?

The University of Louisville Hospital, located at 530 S. Jackson Street, 40202, is only 19 miles from the Crestwood area. Along with the James Graham Brown Cancer Center and University Physicians Associates, University Hospital is part of a large medical complex in downtown Louisville. UofL Healthcare is an academic medical...

Oldham County Schools: The Best in Kentucky!

Oldham County Schools: The Best in Kentucky!

Oldham County Schools: The Best in Kentucky!

Located less than 30 miles from downtown Louisville, Oldham County Schools are among the best in the state of Kentucky. With the number of children progressing through these schools, this is certainly something to celebrate! The district boasts seventeen schools, elementary through high school, all of which are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. This accreditation is not only distinguished in the state of Kentucky, but also nation-wide. Because these high-performing schools work to meet the needs of almost 12,000 students, the county’s overall graduation rate is above the state average while the dropout rate is below average. Again, this is an amazing accomplishment worthy of city-wide acknowledgment!

The 2014-2015 school year is going to look a little different than years past within all of Oldham County. Due to the closing of Liberty Elementary, the entire area has taken part in a county-wide redistricting. All schools, from elementary to high school, have been involved in this change to continue to improve the school system as a whole. As with any large overhaul of a currently implemented system, various criteria were considered when redesigning the district.  Geographic location of the student’s home compared to the school’s location, the size of the school, and the suspected enrollment rate...