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    • APRIL 8, 2018
    Susan Evans: A bariatric success

    Susan Evans: A bariatric success

    Susan Evans of Teaberry, suffered diabetes and she struggled with infertility but that was all before she chose to reclaim her life at Pikeville Medical (PMC) Wellness and Weight Loss Center. “My breaking point came when I was going to get some orange juice because my sugar was dropping,” said Evans. “The last thing I

    • APRIL 6, 2018
    Patient praises PMC for ‘saving my life’

    Patient praises PMC for ‘saving my life’

    Coman Gibson, 74, of Letcher County, was admitted to Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) on Feb. 6, after being referred for a foot issue. “He got to where he couldn’t walk,” said Gibson’s son, Coman Ray Gibson. “We took him to several places, but nowhere could figure it out, so they recommended PMC. We brought him

    • APRIL 6, 2018
    PMC welcomes general cardiologist Dr. Pally

    PMC welcomes general cardiologist Dr. Pally

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) proudly announces the addition of Madhava T. Pally, M.D., General Cardiologist. Dr. Pally received his Bachelor of Medicine degree from Gandhi Medical College in Hyderbad, India. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, the Board of Cardiovascular Disease, the Board of Nuclear Cardiology, the Board of Critical

    • APRIL 6, 2018
    Ten things you need to know about your new Medicare card

    Ten things you need to know about your new Medicare card

    Medicare is mailing new Medicare cards starting now. Here are 10 things to know about your new Medicare card: Mailing takes time: Your card may arrive at a different time than your friend’s or neighbor’s. Destroy your old Medicare card: Once you get your new Medicare card, destroy your old Medicare card and start using