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    • AUGUST 17, 2019
    PMC Sleep Center Offers New Services and Moves into a New Larger Location

    PMC Sleep Center Offers New Services and Moves into a New Larger Location

    Pikeville Medical Center’s (PMC) Sleep Center recently moved to its new location on the 10th floor of PMC’s May Tower at the main hospital. The move was initiated to accommodate the growing demand of patients. The new location was met with much excitement from staff, patients and physicians. “The new location will allow us to

    • AUGUST 16, 2019
    Local Actor Returns to Stage Thanks to PMC Orthopedic Surgeon Kevin Pugh, MD

    Local Actor Returns to Stage Thanks to PMC Orthopedic Surgeon Kevin Pugh, MD

    Roger Belcher of Pikeville, KY retired from the United States Federal Government. For years, he had plans to enjoy his spare time by participating in the performing arts in the region. Belcher started to experience knee pain that hindered his ability to act at local theatres. He began to see lifestyle limitations and limited movement.

    • AUGUST 16, 2019
    PMC Plastic Surgery Center Recognized Nationwide, Top 15 Percent Accounts in the US

    PMC Plastic Surgery Center Recognized Nationwide, Top 15 Percent Accounts in the US

    Pikeville Medical Center’s (PMC) Plastic Surgery Center was recently recognized nationwide as an Allergan Gold Account. Allergan is a global pharmaceutical leader focused on developing, manufacturing, and commercializing branded pharmaceuticals for patients. Allergan markets a portfolio of leading brands and best-in-class products primarily focused on four key therapeutic areas including medical aesthetics, eye care, central

    • AUGUST 1, 2019
    Dr. Samuel J. King Joins the PMC Family and Brings  Along 36 Years of Family Medicine

    Dr. Samuel J. King Joins the PMC Family and Brings Along 36 Years of Family Medicine

    Samuel Jerome King, MD, has deep roots in the mountains of eastern KY. He grew up in Pike County, graduated from Belfry High School and attended college at Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes, KY, and Pikeville College, Pikeville. Medical school took him to the University Of Kentucky College Of Medicine in Lexington. He also completed