Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center is the modern heir to a medical legacy which began in Paintsville, Kentucky, in 1920. Several generations later, and an untold number of medical and technological advances, Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center stands today as a leading healthcare facility in Eastern Kentucky.
The current 72 bed primary care facility serving families in five counties was opened in 1983, and expanded in 1994, as the modern successor to Paintsville Hospital.