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Direct Primary Care with Bluegrass Family Wellness


DPC is an innovative care model that emphasizes a partnership between patient and physician to improve healthcare, without a third party involvement. It’s an affordable option for your healthcare needs!

Our Address

6001 Claymont Village Drive, Suite 5
Crestwood, KY 40014

Phone Number

normal hours phone number, refills & appointment requests
after hours urgent requests only

What is Direct Primary Care?

Your Doctor

Molly Rutherford, MD, MPH

Board Certified in Family Medicine

Board Certified in Addiction Medicine

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Oldham County COVID-19 Update

Context: 414 confirmed cases among 67,000 people, many in nursing home and prison. 61 cases from Richwood (7 deaths) & 190 cases in the prison = 251 of our cases are in predictable environments for outbreaks. Keep social distancing, wear masks, wash hands and protect the vulnerable please.In accordance with CDC guidelines, Governor Beshear has asked local health departments to start reporting confirmed & probable cases. Oldham County's total numbers will now include confirmed and probable cases. So what does this mean exactly?

🔬 Confirmed cases are those that were confirmed by a laboratory test.

🤧 Probable cases are those that have signs and symptoms consistent with COVID-19 infection and known close contact to a confirmed case but were not laboratory tested.

Increases in cases can be contributed to community transmission, corrections and long term care.

By practicing #HealthyatHome, #HealthyatWork and #SocialDistancing, we strongly believe Oldham County will get through this together! #HealthyPeopleStrongCommunity #TeamKentucky #TeamOldhamCounty #MaskUpOldhamCounty

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Rand Paul Proposes Expanding Health Savings Accounts for All Americans via @BreitbartNews

Coupla things might work: handwashing, not sneezing on people, staying home if you’re sick. (Masks? Don’t start.) Maybe, maybe not, but they can’t hurt. Unlike lockdowns. And they’re all free!

But you can’t have endless press conferences just to tell people to wash their hands.

So yer busy. You don’t want to read Part 2. Here’s the executive summary:
Lockdowns don’t work.
Travel bans don’t work.
School and work closings don’t work.
Not much works.
Virus gonna virus.

None of this was a secret, btw: we just panicked and forgot it.

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