To provide those citizens of Kentucky living in
Floyd, Johnson, Magoffin, Martin and Pike counties
a regional leadership forum, responsible for area wide
planning and coordination of service and development projects
undertaken in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky
and designated agencies of the federal government.
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On Thursday, December 2nd, Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) representatives as well as state and local leaders gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting of Eastern Kentucky’s only children’s hospital. The opening of the Drs. R.V. and Jyothi Mettu Children’s Hospital at Pikeville Medical Center is the culmination of a multi-year initiative centered around enhancing pediatric healthcare services for the children of the region
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear was among those in attendance for the ribbon cutting celebration and shared his excitement about the positive energy originating from Pikeville Medical Center and spreading throughout the entire region.
Partnership in Appalachia creates pathway for nurses to graduate debt free The University of Pikeville (UPIKE) announced its latest partnership with Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) during a signing event held this evening, December 2, at the Elliott School of Nursing. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear joined UPIKE President Dr. Burton J. Webb and PMC President and Chief Executive Officer Donovan Blackburn in announcing the Rural Health Nursing Fellowship, a new educational and employment opportunity that will not only benefit nursing students but also Appalachia. Students eager to pursue a career in nursing can now earn a two-year associate degree from UPIKE and graduate debt-free by making a commitment to work at PMC upon becoming a licensed RN. With their commitment, the hospital agrees to cover the remaining education costs once financial aid is applied. UPIKE and PMC are innovatively working together to address the ongoing nursing shortage in the commonwealth. Together, they are creating an opportunity for education and employment in a lucrative career path that greatly benefits the people of the region both organizations serve.
Governor Beshear is delighted to see two of the area's largest employers team up to create enriching opportunities for people in Eastern Kentucky