Federal Medical Center Lexington
Also known as the Federal Medical Center, Lexington is a federal prison in Lexington, Kentucky. It serves as an administrative security facility for male and female inmates requiring medical or mental health care. The prison also has a minimum-security satellite camp adjacent to it.
The history of FMC Lexington dates back to its establishment as a medical center within the Federal Bureau of Prisons system. As the largest medical center in the system, FMC Lexington provides specialized medical and mental health services to its inmate population.
Visitation is essential in maintaining connections between inmates and their loved ones. FMC Lexington has a designated visitation schedule to facilitate these interactions.
Visiting hours are as follows:
- 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM on Sundays
- 2:25 PM to 8:00 PM on Mondays
Visitors need to familiarize themselves with the specific guidelines and requirements set by the prison administration before planning a visit.
The prison is on a vast expanse of land, spanning 302 acres, with 37 acres enclosed within a security perimeter fence. This ensures the facility’s safety and security and its surrounding areas.
For further information about the Federal Medical Center, Lexington, including inmate records search and visitation details, individuals can refer to the official website of the Federal Bureau of Prisons or utilize online inmate search platforms specific to the state of Kentucky.
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