For hospital patient transfer services call 606-430-4911.
To refer a patient to PMC’s outpatient trauma clinic call 606-430-2206.

Click HERE to register for PMC’s 2022 ATLS Courses

Pikeville Medical Center offers trauma care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Led by surgeons Dr. Aaron Brown and Dr. Rudy Judhan, PMC’s trauma team is comprised of experienced professionals in trauma, the emergency department, neurosurgery, orthopedic trauma, critical care, interventional radiology and local emergency transportation services.

In 2015, PMC achieved accreditation as Kentucky’s only Level II Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons(ACS), a scientific and educational association that improves the quality of care for surgical patients.

As a verified Trauma Center, PMC is equipped and staffed to provide comprehensive emergency care to patients suffering traumatic injuries caused by vehicle crashes, gunshots, assaults, falls or other incidents. The spectrum of care encompasses the pre-hospital phase through the rehabilitation process.

For more information about PMC’s trauma services and our community outreach initiatives, contact Sandy Tackett, trauma program director, at 606-218-3586 or Angie Reed, trauma outreach and injury prevention coordinator, at 606-218-6334

Physician Office Address:
PMC Clinic Building, 6th Floor
911 Bypass Road, Building A
Pikeville, KY 41501

    • NOVEMBER 13, 2019
    Extraordinary Outcome for Trauma Patient

    Extraordinary Outcome for Trauma Patient

    Robert Beck, 60 from War, WV was admitted to the Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) intensive care unit on his birthday, February 20 of this year, and placed on life support. His treatment and recovery have been nothing short of miraculous. Beck had been working on replacing the floors in his kitchen. This work took days

    Read more
    • JULY 30, 2019
    Young Boy Survives a Life-Threatening Injury

    Young Boy Survives a Life-Threatening Injury

    Ashley Sparks of Pikeville experienced every mother’s worst fear last April when her two children and their grandmother were involved in an automobile accident. Sparks recalls her day starting like an ordinary day. “I dropped my two sons, Caden and Brady, off at school,” said Sparks. “I took pictures of them with their science projects

    Read more
Pikeville Medical Center