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    • NOVEMBER 11, 2019
    Secretary Ramsey Announces Involvement with  PMC’s New Employee Outreach Program During Press Conference

    Secretary Ramsey Announces Involvement with PMC’s New Employee Outreach Program During Press Conference

    On Friday, November 8, Kentucky’s Education and Workforce Development Secretary, Derrick K. Ramsey, traveled to Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) announcing his involvement with the hospital’s new Employee Outreach Program. The program is made up of a network of partners, including PMC, Eastern Kentucky Employment Program, Inc. (EKCEP), Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) and

    • OCTOBER 4, 2019
    Secretary Ramsey Unveils New Apprenticeship Program for Area Schools

    Secretary Ramsey Unveils New Apprenticeship Program for Area Schools

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is working with the Pike County/Pikeville Independent school systems and Kentucky’s Education & Workforce Development Secretary, Derrick K. Ramsey, to develop new career pathways for high school students in this area. Secretary Ramsey traveled to PMC to meet with Pike County Schools Superintendent Reed Adkins, Pikeville Independent Schools Superintendent Jerry Green

    • OCTOBER 3, 2019
    New PMC Primary and Urgent Care Opened in Prestonsburg

    New PMC Primary and Urgent Care Opened in Prestonsburg

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) held a ribbon-cutting, Sept. 23, for the new Primary Care and Urgent Care Clinic located in Prestonsburg on South Lake Drive. This investment is intended to better serve the health care needs of Floyd County. This will be the first urgent care endeavor for the hospital. “I want to thank Mayor

    • SEPTEMBER 16, 2019
    PMC Is Awarded Grant for Construction of Children’s Hospital

    PMC Is Awarded Grant for Construction of Children’s Hospital

    PMC was, once again, a presenting sponsor at this year’s annual Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) Summit held at the Appalachian Wireless Arena Sept. 5 and 6. Twenty grants were announced by Governor Matt Bevin and Congressman Hal Rogers, totaling $34.4 million. These investments are intended to bolster job growth and economic development in the