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Population: 6,747 :: Service Area: 34,346
Located in southeastern Indiana, Scott County has something for everyone. With its rich history, welcoming residents and scenic landscapes, Scott County has earned a reputation for hospitality. It is a family-oriented community that is clean, safe and offers many family-friendly events and activities. In addition, education is a top priority in Scott County.
Scott Memorial Hospital is a 25- bed acute care facility that is fully accredited by the Joint Commission and the College of American Pathologists. The hospital is a 93,852 square-foot medical facility that features private rooms with private baths.
Scott Memorial Hospital has a 24-hour physician-staffed Emergency Department and provides a comprehensive list of inpatient and outpatient services including OB/GYN, Pharmacy, Cardiac Rehab, Laboratory Services, Dietary, Physical Therapy, Medical Imaging, ICU, Nuclear Medicine and CT.
In addition, the Scott Memorial Hospital Medical Specialty Clinic offers many specialties including Podiatry, Pediatric Cardiology, ENT, General Surgery, Cardiology, Dermatology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Neurology, Oncology/Hematology, Pain Management and Urology.
The Frazier Rehab Institute also is located on the Scott Memorial Hospital Campus providing our patients with access to Physical Therapy, Post Operative Orthopedic Care, Outpatient Neurological Rehab, Stroke Rehab, Pain Management, Alternative Communication Services and Speech-Language Therapy.
Scottsburg, Ind., the county seat of Scott County, was established in 1871 following the building of the Jeffersonville, Madison and Indianapolis Railroad. The town was named in honor of the president of the railroad, Horace Scott. The county was named after General Charles Scott, who fought in the Revolutionary War and later became governor of Kentucky.
Scottsburg is 29 miles north of Louisville, Ky., and benefits from easy access to other nearby cities and towns within the greater Louisville metropolitan area.
Scottsburg has numerous parks and wildlife sanctuaries nearby including Clifty Falls State Park, Crosley State Fish and Wildlife Area, Deam Lake State Recreation Area and Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. Popular historical sites nearby are Corydon Capitol Historic Site, Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site and the Governor’s Mansion. Forest Discovery Center and Stevens Museum also are not far from Scottsburg.
Hardy Lake State Reservoir is a regional destination located in Scott County. Its 2,178 + acres of land and 741 acre lake is complete with campgrounds, a beach, playgrounds, basketball and volleyball courts, an archery range, hiking trails, fishing piers and open play-fields.
In addition, Scott County is located between three major metropolitan areas that offer a wide variety of special events and attractions: Indianapolis, Ind.; Louisville, Ky.; and Cincinnati, Ohio. Recreational highlights in these areas include:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway—The Indianapolis Motor Speedway annually hosts three premier world racing events: The Indianapolis 500-Mile Race, the Brickyard 400 and the United States Grand Prix.
Kentucky Derby—Experience the excitement and pageantry that is world-class thoroughbred racing by visiting Churchill Downs in Louisville.
Cincinnati Reds—The Reds continue their tradition of playing ball along the waterfront when the team takes the field in Great American Ball Park.