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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.

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    • JUNE 13, 2024
    PMC Offers Convenient, Walk-in Orthopedic Clinic

    PMC Offers Convenient, Walk-in Orthopedic Clinic

    When unexpected injuries occur that need the prompt attention of an orthopedic specialist, Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) offers a service tailored for the needs of those patients. On weekdays between 8am and 9am on the 6th floor of the PMC Clinic building, the Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Institute of Eastern Kentucky at PMC provides

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    • JUNE 10, 2024
    Summertime Brings Increased Risk of Orthopedic Injuries

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    During the summer months, many people are eager to embrace outdoor activities and enjoy the warm weather. However, with the joy of summer also comes an increase in orthopedic injuries. The combination of longer days, adventurous activities and other recreational hazards creates a perfect storm for accidents that can lead to fractures, sprains and other

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    • JUNE 6, 2024
    PMC Is “Pediatric Ready” When the Need Arises

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    There is no question that children and adolescents have different needs, especially when it comes to their health. Whether discussing the importance of vaccinations, necessary preventive care or choosing an emergency department when an unexpected illness or injury occurs, knowing the medical staff has been specifically trained to care for children provides an extra layer

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    • JUNE 3, 2024
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