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EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION UNION COLLEGE 310 COLLEGE STREET BARBOURVILLE TELEPHONE - 1-800-489-8646 Union College is passionate about serving its students and the region it calls home. It strongly supports a diverse academic environment built upon a liberal arts foundation and integration of higher order thinking into all of our learning. The college encourages civic engagement and service learning throughout the communities we serve. Union strives to celebrate its Appalachian heritage and welcomes an environment where the people of this area and their PUBLIC EDUCATION BABOURVILLE INDE- PENDENT SCHOOLS WWW.BARBOURVILLEIND.COM TELEPHONE — 606-546-3120 SCHOOLS BARBOURVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 140 SCHOOL STREET TELEPHONE — 606-546-3129 (HS) — 606-546-3144 (ELEMENTARY) KNOX COUNTY WWW2.KNOXKYSCHOOLS.COM ADMINISTRATION CENTRAL OFFICE 200 DANIEL BOONE DRIVE BARBOURVILLE TELEPHONE — 606-546-3157 SUPERINTENDENT — KELLY SPRINKLES SCHOOLS CENTRAL ELEMENTARY 1000 KY 3439, BARBOURVILLE TELEPHONE — 606-546-3496 DEWITT ELEMENTARY 138 KY 718 FLAT LICK TELEPHONE — 606-542-4274 FLAT LICK ELEMENTARY 110 KY 3085 FLAT LICK TELEPHONE — 606-542-4712 traditions are made an integral part of the institutional mission. Each person that steps onto the Union campus becomes part of Union's family and Union com- mits to foster those relationships for generations to come. That is the college's passion, inspiration and pledge to you. STUDENT PROFILE: — Undergraduates: 912 — Graduates: 227 — Student to teacher ratio: 1 teacher to 15 students — 100 % of Union students receive financial ai — 66% of undergraduates are from Kentucky G.R. HAMPTON 60 KY 3441 BARBOURVILLE TELEPHONE — 606-546-4169 GIRDLER ELEMENTARY 5452 N KY 11 GIRDLER TELEPHONE — 606-546-4859 JESSE D. LAY ELEMENTARY 220 NORTH ALLISON AVENUE BARBOURVILLE TELEPHONE — 606-546-6524 LYNN CAMP ELEMENTARY 366 NORTH KY 830 CORBIN TELEPHONE — 606-523-1814 KNOX COUNTY MIDDLE 311 NORTH MAIN STREET BARBOUVILLE TELEPHONE — 606-545-5267 KNOX CENTRAL HIGH 100 PANTHER WAY BARBOURVILLE TELEPHONE — 606-546-9253 LYNN CAMP MIDDLE/HIGH 100 NORTH KY 830 CORBIN TELEPHONE — 606-528-5429 KNOX COUNTY AREA TECHNOLOGY CENTER 210 WALL STREET BARBOURVILLE TELEPHONE — 606-546-5320 Page 50 — The Times-Tribune • Community Guide 2019 Union College students prepare to deliver food collected in a food drive. — 47% of undergradautes are from Appalachia — 35 states represented, 17 countries represented — 35 majors offered — 52% of students live on campus — 58 % of students are athletes HEALTH CARE BABOURVILLE ARH HOSPITAL Located at 80 Hospital Drive in Barbourville just off Hwy. 25E, this state-of-the-art facility features private rooms and baths. At Barbourville ARH Hospital, you’ll discover the region’s most comprehensive health services including Nuclear Medicine, Surgical Services, Physical Therapy, Spiral C.T., Mammography services, a fully-staffed 24-hour Emergency Room, and MRI services available nearby. The Knox County Respiratory Therapy Department offers patients fully certified sta f and services such as Diagnostic Radiography and Computed Tomography (CT) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Knox County Hospital also offers fluoro - copy, sonography, ACR Accredited and FDA Certified Ma - mography, non-invasive cardiovascular studies, echocardiogra- phy, transesophageal echocardiography, and nuclear medicine studies as well. The hospital’s laboratory is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week (including holidays) with highly-trained medical technologists, medical laboratory technician’s and phlebotomists. The hospital was established in 1959 in downtown Barbo- urville. The facility moved to its current location on Hospital Drive in July 2001. Barbourville ARH Hospital is a non-profit provider of health care for Knox County and the surrounding areas. In coopera- tion with its excellent medical staff, dedicated employees and other local health care providers, Barbourville ARH Hospital offers a complete healthcare delivery system. Barbourville ARH Hospital is committed to identifying community health needs and making every effort possible to meet those needs in order to improve the quality of for all residents in its service areas.