• Blackburn on the job at PMC


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) welcomed Assistant Chief Executive Officer Donovan Blackburn as the newest addition to senior management on June 12.


    Blackburn began his first day at PMC much like every new employee. He started with orientation, an opportunity to learn the basics.


  • RAY OF HOPE: Letcher County center transitioning youth to independent living


    WHITESBURG — Randy Dollarhyde and Tomeika Brock know first-hand the struggles facing youth in eastern Kentucky.


    Both came from troubled homes.


  • Church fights hunger


    Luke 6:38: We simply follow God’s direction to give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete with it shall be measured to you again.

  • PMC Employees Off The Clock: The magical world of Ricky Hamilton


    On April 26, 2010 Ricky Hamilton joined the Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) family. He began his career in the IT Department as a technician. Today he serves as the PMC Quality and Process Engineer. He spends his days analyzing data for the hospital. His focus is to improve efficiency.


  • Golden Corral to open in Pikeville on July 3


    PIKEVILLE — Golden Corral Buffet and Grill, located at 233 Cassidy Boulevard in Pikeville is set to open July 3.


    The new Pikeville Golden Corral has created over 65 jobs for the region.


  • Fire safety tops list of keeping your home safe


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is observing National Safety Month during June. The third topic of the series brings awareness to the safety in our homes.


  • Pastor’s memory shines through Blessing Box


    PIKEVILLE — The memory of Pastor Gene Layne is being carried on through a Blessing Box affixed to the front of the Church of God, Militant Pillar and Ground of Truth on Bypass Road.


  • PMC recognizes National Aphasia Awareness Month


    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) joins the National Stroke Association to recognize June as National Aphasia Awareness Month. Aphasia is a communication disorder that affects a person’s ability to process and use language.


  • Carrington to appear at Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center Oct. 20


    PIKEVILLE — Rodney Carrington will be appearing at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center on Friday, Oct. 20.


    Tickets for the show will go on sale at 10 a.m. today at the Appalachian Wireless Box Office and through Ticketmaster.


    He has been making audiences laugh for almost twenty years with his unique brand of stand-up comedy.


  • Superintendent Dr. Webb leaving Floyd County schools


    PRESTONSBURG — Superintendent Dr. Henry Webb’s passion for the students of Floyd County has vaulted the school system to new heights on the state level.


    Dr. Webb, after 22 years, has resigned his position to accept employment with Kenton County as its new superintendent.


    His final day is June 30.