• City officials honor late attorney: May’s Family presented Community Ambassador Award

    Posted:05/26/2017

    PIKEVILLE — Pikeville city officials honored the life of longtime attorney Pamela Todd May by presenting her family with the “Community Ambassador Award” prior to her services this past week.

     

    The proclamation was presented to her husband, Walter E. May, and family members.

     

  • USDA PROGRAM: Letcher market helping ensure no child goes hungry this summer

    Posted:05/26/2017

    WHITESBURG — The Letcher County Farmers Market is once again participating in the USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) for the fourth year.

     

    The market, fiscally sponsored by the City of Whitesburg, was developed to provide residents with fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables.

     

  • Patient’s family praises care at PMC

    Posted:05/26/2017

    A Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) employee’s family has been touched by the quality of care their daughter/granddaughter received.

     

    MaKayla Caudill, the teen daughter of Michelle Caudill, RN, who works in recovery is grateful for the services provided by PMC. Her grandfather is Mike Newsome who has worked in Information Systems for many years.

     

  • PMC Employees Off The Clock: Compton’s passion for kids runs deep between the lines

    Posted:05/26/2017

    Jordan Compton has served two years as a sales representative for Pikeville Medical Center’s (PMC) Medical Leader.

     

    Off the clock, Compton is the head coach for the Shelby Valley High School baseball team.

     

  • PMC observes Oncology Nurses Month

    Posted:05/26/2017

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) celebrates Oncology Nurses Month. Oncology nurses provide fearless commitment and endless compassion to patients every day.

     

  • PMC recognizes Critical Care Awareness Month

    Posted:05/26/2017

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is observing Critical Care Awareness Month to recognize dedicated professionals who care for critically ill patients and their families.

     

    PMC encourages the public to applaud the efforts of the critical care team during the month of May.

     

  • Blackburn named Assistant CEO for PMC

    Posted:05/19/2017

    PIKEVILLE — Pikeville Medical Center Chief Operating Officer and President of the Board Walter E. May has announced that Donovan Blackburn has been hired as Assistant CEO for the hospital.

     

    Blackburn will begin his duties at a date to be announced soon, but no later than 60 days from this past Monday.

     

  • PMC honors fifth DAISY Award winner

    Posted:05/19/2017

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) recently recognized its fifth DAISY Award winner, Jennifer Adkins. The DAISY Award is a national initiative that recognizes extraordinary nurses for the work that they do for patients and families each day.

     

  • PMC recognizes employees during week-long celebration

    Posted:05/19/2017

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) celebrated its nearly 3,300 employees during National Hospital Week held May 7-13.

     

    This particular week on the calendar means that PMC employees were treated to lunch, gifts and special recognition.

     

  • Pikeville Wind Band makes history

    Posted:05/19/2017

    LOUISVILLE — The Kentucky Music Educators Association holds the State Concert Band Performance Assessment each May at Comstock Hall at the University of Louisville School of Music. Bands from across the Commonwealth, including Pikeville High School, perform in this prestigious event.