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Pikeville Medical Center

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Pikeville Medical Center

For physicians aspiring to practice in a progressive, growing medical community that demands quality and breeds excellence, Pikeville Medical Center is the place for you.

As a 340-bed tertiary care center, the hospital offers more than 400 services, including every major specialty and many subspecialties.

PMC continues to experience growth and a need for well-trained physicians. The hospital recently completed a $150 million expansion, adding an 11-story Clinic and a 10-story parking garage. The Clinic houses new physician offices, exam rooms and state-of-the-art operating and endoscopy rooms. The enclosed parking garage accommodates 1,162 vehicles.

The combination of first-class care, state-of-the-art technology and a highly motivated support staff has enabled PMC to recruit outstanding physicians.
 

PMC is currently seeking new physicians and offers generous salaries and an excellent benefits package.

 

ABOUT PIKEVILLE

 

Located in the heart of the east Kentucky mountains, the city of Pikeville is extremely welcoming to new community members. On average 35-40 physicians and their families relocate to the area every year.

With some of the best education systems in the state, Pikeville’s schools consistently rank among the top in academics and athletics.

Home to more than 1,400 businesses, Pikeville is the third largest banking center in Kentucky and is known as the industrial, financial and retail marketplace of the region.

The city was twice voted one of the "Best Small Towns in America" by Prentice Hall.

Pikeville is an exceptionally clean community with beautiful homes and virtually no crime. A wide selection of outdoor activities are available year-round, including hiking, golfing, biking, white water rafting, kayaking, hunting and fishing.

The University of Pikeville, located near the hospital, boasts an Osteopathic School, a nursing program and two master’s degree programs. The University opened Kentucky’s first College of Optometry in 2016.

As the region’s leader in health care, Pikeville Medical Center employs over 3,000 community citizens and serves a population of nearly a half million people from the surrounding area.

Enjoy living in a safe, diverse, family-oriented community that provides an excellent quality of life.

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