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    • SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
    Physician Approaching 40 Years Serving Local Patients

    Physician Approaching 40 Years Serving Local Patients

    Samuel “Jerry” King, MD, has dedicated nearly 40 years of his life to being a family medicine provider.  Born and raised in Pike County, Dr. King said making the decision to return to the mountains after completing medical school and a research fellowship at the University of Kentucky was easy. “I never wanted to practice

    • SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
    Many Patients Finding Pain Relief Through OMT Therapy

    Many Patients Finding Pain Relief Through OMT Therapy

    Many people throughout the region are finding relief from a wide range of health problems through a hands-on approach known as OMT. Short for Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment, OMT is used by osteopathic physicians, also known as DO’s, to treat and even diagnose illnesses or injuries.  DO’s are specifically trained on the body’s system of muscles,

    • JANUARY 3, 2020
    Primary Care. Urgent Care. ER Care. Know the Difference.

    Primary Care. Urgent Care. ER Care. Know the Difference.

    Pikeville Medical Center offers many levels of service. Here is some information to help you know the differences between Primary Care, Urgent Care and Emergency Room Care, so you can choose the best option for your healthcare needs.   PRIMARY CARE | Focuses on care to adults and children that includes assessing and treating current

    • SEPTEMBER 5, 2019
    Local Physician Joins PMC to Grow Clinics in Floyd County

    Local Physician Joins PMC to Grow Clinics in Floyd County

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) proudly announces the addition of Debra Hall, MD, to treat patients at PMC’s clinics in Prestonsburg and Harold. Dr. Hall joins PMC with an extensive background in family practice. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences and her medical degree at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Dr. Hall completed