• PMC employees pour out love for Angel Tree Project


    PIKEVILLE — Christmas is here and with that comes Pikeville Medical Center's (PMC) sponsoring of their annual Angel Tree Project.


    The project is geared towards helping families in need during what is considered to be the most joyous time of year. The hospital was able to assist families from 40 schools in Pike, Floyd and Letcher counties this season.


  • Mud Creek Outreach Christmas giveaway brings help to needy


    PIKEVILLE — Mud Creek Outreach Ministry recently held a Christmas Giveaway at Stumbo Elementary School. They served over 100 children and the remaining gifts went to a local Angel Tree family.


    Heather Tackett, founder and president of Mud Creek Outreach Ministry said this would not be possible without the help of the community and selflessness of others.


  • Pikeville Medical Center welcomes Dr. Schaub


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) proudly announces the addition of Nicholas Schaub, M.D., surgical oncologist.


    Dr. Schaub received his undergraduate degree in physiology and neurobiology from the University of Maryland, College Park. He earned his medical degree from the University of Maryland in Baltimore.


  • Outreach event provides for Letcher County families in need


    JENKINS — The third-annual Christmas Outreach event took place at the Smile Faith Foundation in Jenkins on Dec. 9.


    The program assisted over 400 individuals by providing toys, hygiene products, coats and clothes in all sizes.


  • LLCC outreach program busy during 2017


    The Pikeville Medical Leonard Lawson Cancer Center (LLCC) outreach program, led by Outreach Coordinator Shirley Coleman, spent 2017 raising awareness and educating the community about cancer.


  • PMC, KODA celebrate 'Tree of Life' ceremony


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) has maintained a strong relationship with Kentucky Organ Donors Affiliates (KODA) for many years.


    A tree-lighting ceremony was held on Dec. 4 at Pikeville Medical Center to honor those who have provided life through organ, eye and tissue donation.


  • PMC cardiothoracic surgeon performs region's first minimally invasive MAZE


    PIKEVILLE — Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Dermot P. Halpin, M.D., FACS M.D. has successfully performed phase one of the region's first minimally invasive MAZE procedure for Atrial Fibrillation (AFib). The second phase of the procedure is scheduled to be completed by PMC Electrophysiologist Chase Reynolds, M.D.


  • Dr. Medaiyese among dedicated critical care unit professionals


    Pikeville Medical Center's (PMC) expansion of the Critical Care Unit this past March is just the latest advancement of health care in eastern Kentucky. PMC's Critical care unit is comprised of the latest state-of-the-art equipment and a highly trained and skilled team of critical care physicians working together to provide world-class quality health care.


  • PMC conducts mock disaster


    More than 100 volunteers, hospital employees and local first responders took part in a mock disaster drill on Dec. 7 at Pikeville Medical Center. The drill tested the preparedness of the hospital's emergency response team should a real crisis occur.


  • PMC welcomes Dr. Blessing Nollah


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) proudly announces the addition of Blessing Laura Nollah, M.D., Medical Oncologist/Hematologist.


    Dr. Nollah received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, with honors, from Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York, and medical degree from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey.