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Find your path with Volunteers to Careers!

Find your career with us! Demand for healthcare workers has never been stronger and should you choose a field in healthcare, your future will almost certainly be a bright one career-wise. Volunteering can be your first steps into a rewarding career… before you commit to a course of study. Learn more about the following fields below!

Making a difference

Volunteering at Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is an exciting and rewarding opportunity that matches caring people with services that provide help and comfort to the patients and families who come to the hospital. It is also a chance to offer valuable assistance to PMC employees on a daily basis.

 

Why volunteer?

People from all walks of life choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. Many see volunteering as an opportunity to:

  • Help others
  • Meet new friends
  • Gain new skills or utilize existing skills

Volunteer Classifications

  • Adult volunteers are 18 years and older and serve in a variety of department throughout the hospital.
  • Teen volunteers are 14 to 17 years old and are typically placed in specific areas of the hospital.

Placement depends on skills, interests and availability. Once a volunteer is placed, flexibility is appreciated to help PMC best meet patients’ needs.

Latest News and Events

    • SEPTEMBER 9, 2022
    General Cardiology at PMC

    General Cardiology at PMC

    Experiencing shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pains, changes in heart rate or rhythm or high blood pressure? These symptoms may indicate a heart condition. Dr. Rodney Handshoe, Dr. Hamid Nawaz, Dr. Raymon Nelson and Dr. Madhava Pally, cardiologists at the Heart and Vascular Institute at Pikeville Medical Center (PMC), specialize in diagnosing and treating diseases

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    • SEPTEMBER 2, 2022
    A One-Time Implant Could Reduce Stroke Risk

    A One-Time Implant Could Reduce Stroke Risk

    As seen on a recent national marketing campaign, the WATCHMAN device is used with patients who meet certain criteria regarding an Atrial Fibrillation (AFIB) diagnosis. PMC has two Electrophysiology specialists, Dr. Chase Reynolds and Dr. Michael Antimisiaris, who regularly implant WATCHMAN devices in patients who are identified as high risk for stroke.  The WATCHMAN is

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    • AUGUST 26, 2022
    PMC Welcomes New Dermatologist

    PMC Welcomes New Dermatologist

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is excited to announce the development of a new dermatology service line and the addition of Brooke Hensley, DO, FAAD. Dr. Hensley is seeing patients in the PMC Plastic Surgery and Dermatology Center across the street from the main hospital in the river fill. Dermatology is a branch of medicine concerned

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    • AUGUST 23, 2022
    PMC Earns National Recognition for Promoting Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donation

    PMC Earns National Recognition for Promoting Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donation

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) has earned national recognition for its efforts to increase organ, eye and tissue donor registrations across the state through the Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) Hospital Organ Donation Campaign. The WPFL is a national initiative that unites the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

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