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At Pikeville Medical Center, the future of heart surgery is no longer tomorrow. It’s today. Trust our cardiac team to the care of your heart. Together. We are Saving Lives.

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A True Testimony to the Growth and Development of Heart Care

“Dr. Deel was amazing to me. He explained everything with compassion and made me feel very comfortable about my surgery. I am thankful for the care I received at PMC and thankful to God for his will to take care of the physicians and myself.”

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    • NOVEMBER 19, 2018
    PMC – One of the Nation’s Few Hospitals Offering the New Micra Leadless Pacemaker

    PMC – One of the Nation’s Few Hospitals Offering the New Micra Leadless Pacemaker

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is one of the few hospitals in the nation to provide the new Micra Leadless Pacemaker for their patients. PMC currently has two electrophysiologists, Michael Antimisiaris, MD (Dr. A) and Chase Reynolds, MD and both physicians have completed the extra training to provide this new advancement to the patients in the

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    • OCTOBER 9, 2018
    PMC Selected as One of the Few Centers in the Nation to Implant New Watchman Device

    PMC Selected as One of the Few Centers in the Nation to Implant New Watchman Device

    Atrial fibrillation (AFib) patients have an increased risk of stroke and the new Watchman Device, sometimes called a left ventricle appendage occlusion device, could prove to be one answer to treating those patients. Not every AFib patient qualifies for this procedure, but a significant number of patients will. Pikeville Medical Center’s (PMC) Electrophysiologist Michael Antimisiaris,

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