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COMPREHENSIVE CAPABILITIES

COMPREHENSIVE CAPABILITIES

Here at Pikeville Medical Center’s Heart and Vascular Institute, we have assembled a team of cardiac specialists who bring a broad range of expertise to our program. We have coupled that with cutting-edge technology and have provided our team with the best equipment and operating rooms available. The combined result is comprehensive heart care for the people of our region that is second to none.

Irregular Heartbeat?

 

If you are experiencing irregular heart rhythms, particularly if those symptoms are combined with fatigue, dizziness and shortness of breath, Pikeville Medical Center’s Dr. Chase Reynolds and Dr. Michael Antimisiaris specialize in diagnosing and treating the full breadth of conditions that involve the heart’s electrical system.

 

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The Watchman

 

WATCHMAN is a permanent implant that offers an alternative to the lifelong use of blood thinners. It’s about the size of a quarter and made from very light and compact materials. If you have a history of bleeding or a lifestyle, occupation or condition that puts you at risk for bleeding, ask your doctor about the WATCHMAN Implant.

 

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Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery

 

At Pikeville Medical Center, the future of heart surgery is no longer tomorrow. It’s today. Minimally-invasive options make procedures safer and less invasive. Trust our cardiac team to the care of your heart. Together. We are Saving Lives.

 

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Heart Cath Lab

 

Pikeville Medical Center’s Cardiac Cath Lab has been nationally recognized in Cath Lab Digest. Pictured are Interventional Cardiologists Dr. Deepak Pattanshetty, Dr. Muhammad Ahmad, Dr. Arun Nagabandi and staff.

 

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Latest News and Events

    • AUGUST 21, 2021
    PMC Offers Specialized ‘Electricians of the Heart’

    PMC Offers Specialized ‘Electricians of the Heart’

    Many people in the region suffer from a heart condition that causes an irregular heartbeat, called arrhythmia. Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) offers two Cardiac Electrophysiologists (EPs), sometimes referred to as “electricians of the heart,” who specialize in abnormal heart rhythms. PMC’s Heart and Vascular Institute EP team of Chase Reynolds, MD, and Michael Antimisiaris, MD,

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    • MAY 28, 2021
    Pikeville Medical Center Celebrates Accomplishments With Ribbon Cutting Events

    Pikeville Medical Center Celebrates Accomplishments With Ribbon Cutting Events

    On May 24, 2021, Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) hosted two ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new state-of-the-art Heart and Vascular Institute expansion and the new location of the Appalachian Valley Autism (AVA) Center.  The ceremony was attended by Governor Andy Beshear, Congressman Hal Rogers and a host of other local dignitaries. The first of the

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    • MAY 28, 2021
    PMC Heart Program Celebrates Another Milestone

    PMC Heart Program Celebrates Another Milestone

    Pikeville Medical Center’s (PMC) heart program hit another milestone on May 24th with the ribbon cutting of the PMC Heart and Vascular Institute, the result of a $35.2 million capital investment.  Governor Andy Beshear and Congressman Hal Rogers were joined by several physicians and staff who are committed to improving the heart health of their

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    • FEBRUARY 5, 2021
    Advanced Technology Gives PMC Physicians the Tools to Administer Better Care to Heart Patients

    Advanced Technology Gives PMC Physicians the Tools to Administer Better Care to Heart Patients

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) provides the most comprehensive heart and vascular program in the region and is proud to showcase three state-of-the-art interventional cardiac catheterization (cath) labs.  The cath labs, featuring a Philips Azurion imaging system, were at the heart of a $4.8 million USDA Economic Development grant project. “These labs equip us to provide

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