Pikeville Medical Center’s mission is to advance the health and well-being of our region through comprehensive care in a Christian environment. It is our goal to be the provider and employer of choice for healthcare in our region.
The Lawson Cancer Center Delivers Advanced Cancer Care Close to Home
The future of cancer care isn’t tomorrow. At Pikeville Medical Center’s Lawson Cancer Center, we have the expertise and leading-edge technology to fight it today. With capabilities to provide full-service cancer treatment and follow-up care, the Lawson Cancer Center is one of a select few cancer centers in Kentucky to hold accreditation from the Commission on Cancer with commendations.
When a person is involved in a serious accident or is critically injured, knowing higher level care is available at a nearby trauma center is reassuring. Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is proud to be the…
Most people are familiar with kidney stones, but many do not realize there is an entire medical specialty dedicated to comprehensive kidney health. The kidneys perform several critical functions in the…
Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is pleased to announce two departments located at the PMC Urgent Care and Family Wellness Center have been designated as Certified Autism Centers (CAC) by the International…
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a very serious condition that reduces the ability of the kidneys to filter blood and can lead to permanent organ damage. If kidneys do not function as they should, toxic…
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