▪ Bluegrass Orthopaedics and Hand Care will merge with Central Kentucky Orthopaedics on April 1. With the merger, the new organization will become Bluegrass Orthopaedics.
It will continue to be the largest independent orthopedic group in Central Kentucky and will have three full-service locations: Richmond Road, Hamburg and Georgetown. It also will add a physical therapy location in Georgetown, joining the current main physical and occupational office off Richmond Road.
Central Kentucky Othopaedics is comprised of Drs. Tim Wilson and Travis Hunt, who have been in Georgetown for a decade and in Hamburg for two years.
Dr. Chris Christensen, an orthopedic surgeon, also has joined the group. Christensen has been seeing patients at the Hamburg location.
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▪ Magnolia Springs Senior Living, a small, family owned, not-for-profit community, is slated to open this summer in Lexington. Magnolia Springs will offer seniors an independent environment focused on active, social living with assisted care and memory care options available.
The community boasts 97 apartments — 72 senior living and 25 memory care units — and amenities such as a full-service restaurant, 24-hour bistro café, ’50s diner, theater, health club, business center, spiritual center, and numerous common areas for residents to socialize or relax.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo