Craig Blevins, 50, of Dorton, wrecked his four wheeler back in September of 2015. That accident actually saved his life.
Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) proudly announces the addition of Emergency Medicine Physician Dr. Brett E. Jarrell.
Dr. Jarrell received his Bachelor of Arts in biology from Wittenberg University. He received his Masters of Arts in biology from Marshall University and obtained his medical degree from Marshall University School of Medicine.
PHELPS — Phelps Elementary School (PES) students packed the gymnasium to take part in the first-ever Autism Community Walk on March 31.
Autism Awareness Month is observed throughout the month of April and marks an important time for individuals, families and communities to honor and unite for many reasons.
Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) recently recognized its fourth DAISY Award winner, Jessica Anderson. The DAISY Award is a national initiative that recognizes extraordinary nurses for their work.
Chief Operating Officer Juanita Deskins presented Anderson with the DAISY Award to thank her for her contributions to PMC and their patients.
Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) recognizes April as Sports Eye Safety Awareness Month.
Sports-related eye injuries can be avoided by wearing proper eye safety equipment.
“Eye protection is important in a lot of sports,” PMC Sports Medicine Physician Dr. Jamie Varney said. “Eyesight is something people take for granted until something happens,” said Dr. Varney.