Pikeville Medical Center Inc

Registered Name
Pikeville Medical Center Inc
Tax ID
61-0458376

Overview

Pikeville Medical Center is a 340-bed medical facility located in Pikeville, Kentucky.

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Programs

Physician Practices

$126m

Currently, more than 350 physicians are members of Pikeville Medical Center's Medical Staff. During FY 2017, PMC welcomed 28 physicians, two physician assistants, eight certified registered nurse anesthetists, and 12 nurse practitioners to the organization.The physicians recruited during this time period consist of five anesthesiologists, one cardiothoracic surgeon, one primary care physician, three intensivists, seven emergency medicine physicians, two hematologists/oncologists, four hospitalists, one interventional radiologist, one podiatrist, one pulmonologist, one urologist, and one vascular surgeon.With the addition of these new physicians, PMC offers more than 400 services, including most specialties and many subspecialties. PMC, as a proud member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, forged a partnership which was the first of its kind in the area. This powerful tool extends Mayo Clinic's knowledge and expertise to physicians and providers interested in working together in the best interest of their patients. PMC providers accessed Mayo Clinic resources, via an online point-of-care information system and electronic consulting process that connects physicians with Mayo Clinic specialists on questions of diagnosis, therapy or care management. The primary goal of the Mayo Clinic Care Network is to provide the benefits of Mayo Clinic knowledge and expertise close to home, decreasing the patient's need to travel outside the region for healthcare.In 2014, PMC completed a multi-million dollar expansion, adding an 11-story clinic building and a 10-story parking garage on the main campus to improve the accessibility of health care and efficiency in the manner in which that care is delivered. The PMC Clinic houses eight additional operating rooms, six endoscopy suites, 23 pre-op rooms, 27 post-op rooms and most of PMC's physician practices including cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, colorectal surgery, trauma surgery, general surgery, endocrinology, interventional radiology, gastroenterology, urology, orthopedic trauma surgery, orthopedic surgery, hand surgery, podiatry, sports medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, infectious disease, nephrology, neurology, neurosurgery, physiatry, pulmonology, ophthalmology, optometry, oral/maxillofacial surgery, otolaryngology, plastic/reconstructive surgery, and surgical oncology. The 1,162-space parking garage connects to the PMC Clinic on each floor, allowing patients to conveniently park on the same floor as their physician's office.In addition to physician practices found in the clinic, PMC offers: bariatric surgery in Pikeville (Kentucky); cardiology general/invasive/interventional/electrophysiology in Pikeville, Whitesburg, Prestonsburg, and South Williamson (Kentucky) and Grundy (Virginia); oncology medical/hematology/radiation/gynecologic in Pikeville (Kentucky); neurology in Whitesburg, South Williamson, and Prestonsburg (Kentucky); family medicine in Harold and Shelby Valley (Kentucky); obstetrics/gynecology in Harold (Kentucky); pain management; dermatopathology; pathology; psychology; cardiac rehabilitation and pulmonary rehabilitation in Pikeville (Kentucky).PMC also offers emergency medicine services and utilizes around-the-clock Hospitalists, Intensivists and Neonatologists who devote their professional time to the care of hospitalized patients.PMC and the Pike County Kentucky Board of Education formed an innovative partnership during 2017 to provide nurse practitioners for the school system's 2017-2018 term, reaffirming PMC's commitment to be a leader in providing quality healthcare to the children of the region. PMC physicians completed 365,683 patient visits during FY 2017, an increase of 24 percent from the previous year. Many existing physician practices experienced significant growth during the year: obstetrics/gynecology (34% volume increase), pediatrics (22% volume increase) trauma surgery (25% volume increase), bariatrics (26% volume increase), intensivists (32% volume increase), and hospitalists (33% volume increase). New practices in the specialties of emergency medicine, nephrology, oral/maxillofacial surgery, optometry, and colorectal surgery encountered more than 49,396 patient visits during the fiscal year.The continued expansion of Pikeville Medical Center's specialty capabilities, including trauma services, has resulted in fewer patients being transferred out of PMC to larger hospitals and an increase in the number of patient transfers in to PMC from smaller hospitals throughout eastern Kentucky. Transfers in to PMC increased by 21% from 5,066 in FY 2016 to 6,118 in FY 2017.PMC strives to ensure there is an adequate supply of primary care physicians for the rural region in which it serves and is a founding member of the Appalachian Osteopathic Post Graduate Training Consortium. To facilitate the education of primary care physicians, PMC operates the only Family Practice/Neuromuscular Medicine (FP/NMM) Residency Program in Kentucky, the only One-Year Plus One Neuromuscular Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Residency Program in Kentucky and one of only five Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Medicine Residency Programs in Kentucky. The Family Practice Clinic in conjunction with the Residency Program had nearly 12,000 patient visits during FY 2017.

Surgical Services

$95m

The surgical services division of Pikeville Medical Center performs a comprehensive array of surgical and endoscopic procedures with some of the most sophisticated, technologically advanced medical equipment available. The recruitment of new surgeons from varied specialties, including trauma, has not only resulted in substantial expansion of service offerings but has also led to the increase in the number of OR suites available to meet patient demand. PMC has 20 operating rooms, including 2 dedicated open heart surgery operating rooms, and six endoscopy rooms currently in operation. During FY 2017 there were 354 open heart surgery cases, in addition to 20,761 surgical services cases, which included inpatient and outpatient endoscopy procedures, inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures, and C-sections, a 7% increase in cases over the prior year.Pikeville Medical Center's Wellness and Weight Loss Surgery Center is a comprehensive program MBS QIP accredited by the American College of Surgeons American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. Services provided by the multi-disciplinary team within the Weight Loss Surgery Center include laparoscopic gastric bypass, laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding and revisional surgery along with pre-operative and post-operative processes to ensure the long term success of the patient. During FY 2017 PMC purchased the Uroskop Omnia Max Urology Imaging System. The superior imaging technology, unrestricted patient access, and unhindered view provided by the Uroskop Omnia Max results in exceptional image quality at the lowest possible radiation dose, optimizing not only operational efficiency but also patient safety. The capital investment for surgical services totaled $549,044

Imaging Services

$16m

Pikeville Medical Center's American College of Radiology accredited imaging services division takes pride in providing high quality diagnostic and interventional services in a caring and efficient manner. The state-of-the-art technology currently utilized within imaging services includes two linear accelerators, one 32-slice large bore CT scanner, two 64-slice CT scanners, two 320-slice CT scanners, a PET/CT scanner, a Spect/CT scanner, two 1.5T open MRIs, a 3.0T open MRI, an IR Allura Xper FD 20 cardiovascular system, and an Azurion 7 C20 image guided therapy system.PMC completed installation of the Azurion 7 C20 image guided interventional x-ray system and control room within the fully equipped Interventional Radiology (IR) Lab during FY 2017. IR specializes in minimally invasive image-guided procedures that diagnose and treat diseases in most every organ system in the body. In addition to the two procedure rooms that are now in operation, the IR Lab houses nine pre-operative and post-operative bays, a centralized nurse's station and two outpatient rooms for minor ultrasound procedures. Interventional Radiology performed more than 3,300 procedures during FY 2017, an increase of 23% over FY 2016. The total capital investment in imaging services during FY 2017 was $1,298,470.

All Other

$236m

Pikeville Medical Center is a regional provider of comprehensive health care services through its licensed 300-bed acute care and inpatient rehabilitation hospital, Level II Trauma Center, Outpatient Diagnostic Center, Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Center, Sleep Labs, Home Health, Home Medical Equipment, Family Practice Residency Program, Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Cancer Center, Pain Management Clinic and multi-specialty physician practices. PMC offers more than 400 services, including most every major specialty and many subspecialties. With more than 3,000 employees and over 400 credentialed providers, PMC stands as the largest hospital providing high quality patient care in the eastern Kentucky counties of Pike, Floyd, Johnson, Letcher, Magoffin and Martin. In addition, PMC also serves a significant number of patients from Mingo County, West Virginia. PMC's role in the health care delivery system in eastern Kentucky has been elevated to that of a regional referral center for smaller community hospitals that have patients with complex needs whom they cannot serve. PMC's total inpatient admissions during FY 2017 was 15,642 a 6.4% increase over prior year, resulting in a total adult and neonatal inpatient occupancy rate of 90%.As the premier hospital in a multi-state region, PMC is home to some of the most sophisticated, technologically advanced medical equipment in eastern Kentucky and is continually growing and looking for new ways to provide the very best in health care to its patients and the broader population. The hospital's compassionate, dedicated employees and physicians are focused on providing world class patient care in a Christian environment while continually striving for perfection.PMC is a certified Kentucky Cabinet of Health and Family Services' Department of Public Health Level II Trauma Center and has also received Level II Trauma verification from the American College of Surgeons. PMC is the only Level II Trauma Center in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and is the designated hospital for all trauma cases in Eastern Kentucky. As a verified Trauma Center, PMC is equipped and staffed to provide comprehensive emergency care to patients suffering traumatic injuries. The spectrum of care encompasses the pre-hospital phase through the rehabilitation process. PMC's Trauma Center serves more than 400,000 people; significantly increasing those individuals' chance of survival should they be injured. The number of trauma patients PMC served increased by 12% between 2016 and 2017.Heart disease is one of the most prevalent health problems affecting the region that Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) serves. PMC's Heart and Vascular Institute offers comprehensive cardiac care through services including general cardiology, interventional cardiology, invasive cardiology, electrophysiology, cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, echocardiography and a two stage cardiac rehab program, allowing patients to receive the full spectrum of cardiac care close to home.PMC is an accredited Chest Pain Center with Primary PCI and is a Level IV Cycle V Chest Pain Center. PMC is also accredited by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation for meeting strict standards of practice. PMC is a member of the American Heart Association's Mission: Lifeline. The American Heart Association developed Mission: Lifeline to transform heart attack patient outcomes by connecting healthcare providers, pre-hospital providers and community stakeholders in a proactive system of care that saves and improves lives from symptom onset through cardiac rehabilitation. All Mission: Lifeline participants share a common commitment to American Heart Association guidelines and data-based quality measures. Since PMC began implementing the AHA best-practice strategies, Pike County, KY has gone from being ranked as one of the worst places in the nation to have a heart attack, to one of the safest.An Innova IGS 530 with Omega V cath lab suite and Maclab hemodynamic IT uscan system were purchased during FY 2017 for the Cardiac Catherization Lab. The Innova provides clinical versatility supporting increasingly sophisticated interventional vascular procedures in addition to coronary angiography with greater precision and dose efficiency. The capital investment in cardiac services during FY 2017 totaled $796,634. The increase in the offering of cardiac specialty services and the outreach of satellite cardiac clinics have contributed to continued volume increases in cardiac procedures during FY 2017. The hospital completed 66,914 cardiac procedures during the fiscal year, an increase of eight percent over the prior year. Pikeville Medical Center Leonard Lawson Cancer Center (LLCC) is one of a select few accredited full-service cancer centers in Kentucky providing cutting edge cancer treatment and follow-up care that have received commendations by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer. LLCC is a free-standing facility with convenient parking to better serve patients in the battle against cancer. Oncology services offered by PMC include medical oncology, hematology, radiation therapy, infusion service, genetic counseling, palliative care, biopsies and surgical oncology.9th Floor Critical Care Unit RenovationDuring FY 2017, the interior build out of 23,000 square foot of space on the 9th floor of the May Tower was completed. The 29 bed state-of-the-art critical care unit, along with nurses' stations and support staff space, was placed in service to meet the demand resulting from the dramatic increase in the number of complex and emergent cases transferred to PMC from smaller hospitals across the region. Equipment purchased for the project included a nurse call system, ceiling lift systems for each bed, Nihon Khoden patient monitoring system, Venue 50 point of care ultrasound, Intouch beds, Lifepak defibrillators, Thermogard XP temperature management systems, EV1000 monitors, and ICP/ICT neuromonitors. The capital investment totaled $5,719,944.6th Floor Critical Care Unit RenovationThe interior renovation and equipment to convert five existing patient rooms located on the 6th Floor of the May Tower to additional ICU rooms was completed during FY 2017. Equipment purchased included EV 1000 monitors, warming cabinets, Lifepak defibrillators, Thermogard temperature management system, ventilators, and Nihon Khoden patient monitoring system. The capital investment totaled $1,019,535.Other Capital InvestmentsOpenVista E.H.R. implementation network hardware and software was installed during FY 2017. The purchase included servers, network installation, Netapp SAN storage, Commvault software, Microsoft SQL software and VMWARE Vsphere 6 Enterprise Plus software. This major capital investment in the hardware/software system network for the OpenVista E.H.R. totaled $3,423,303.Upgrade of the Soft Computer Laboratory Information System was completed during FY 2017. The upgrade included SCC Soft Oracle, Weblogic, Softlab, Softmic GUI, Softbank and Softpath modules in preparation for the implementation of the Medsphere OpenVista E.H.R. system. This capital investment totaled $409,225.During FY 2017, PMC purchased the Cellvision DM9600 digital morphology system for Laboratory. The DM9600 automates the manual effort associated with traditional microscopy by leveraging digital image analysis to locate and examine cells in blood and other bodily fluids, thereby accelerating turnaround and increasing technologists' productivity. The capital investment totaled $115,000.Pikeville Medical Center's Microsoft Exchange email system was upgraded during FY 2017. The upgrade includes advanced message archiving, email security, web security, robust audit functionality as well as self-service options. This capital investment totaled $303,123.

Other Program Services Continued

$0

National RecognitionPikeville Medical Center (PMC) strives to be nationally recognized as a leader in healthcare. The dedication of PMC's leadership team, physicians, and staff to fulfill the hospital's mission "to provide world-class quality health care in a Christian environment" led to notable recognition and awards during FY 2017 including: November '16 The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for certifications in total hip replacement, total knee replacement and hip fracture. PMC is the only hospital in Kentucky to have attained all three of these certifications.November '16 The Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog organization announced that PMC once again earned a Hospital Safety Grade of "A", accomplishing the difficult task of being awarded straight "A's" since the ranking began in 2013. PMC is one of only 113 hospitals out of over 2,600 across the country to attain this honor.December '16 The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Heart-Check Mark for Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers.April '17 The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Workplace Partnership for Life Hospital Organ Donation Campaign Platinum Level award winner for efforts to promote organ donation awareness and registration.August '17 The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval -- Three Year Accreditation of Pikeville Medical Center and PMC Leonard Lawson Cancer Center.October '17 The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite.PMC's commitment to provide world-class quality healthcare in a passionate, innovative, and visionary environment, where patients' needs are placed first, will propel the organization forward to continued growth and expansion, forever meeting the evolving healthcare needs of the region.

Leadership

Ronald Burchett Board President
Joe Dean Anderson Board Secretary/treasurer
Alex Poulos Board Vice President
Walter E. May Board President/ceo
Michelle Hagy CFO - Senior VP Finance
Juanita Deskins Chief Operating Officer
Debra Blackburn Board Member
David Collins Cpa Board Member
Hobert Johnson Deceased 218 Board Member
Dennis Halbert Board Member
John Labreche Board Member
Julius Clinton Martin Ii Board Member
Jo Nell Robinson Board Member
Mary Simpson Board Member
Sue Smallwood Deceased 418 Board Member
Cindy May Johnson Board Member
Michael Mccoy Board Member
Jyothi Mettu Board Member
David Baird Board Member
Aaron Crum Board Member/cmo
Fadi Al Akhrass Board Member/chief of Staff
William D. Blackburn Chief Executive Officer
Cheryl Hickman Chief Regulatory Officer - Senior VP
Michelle Rainey Chief Nursing Officer - Senior VP
Tony Damron Chief Information Officer -senior VP
Catherine Jorgensen VP Corporate Compliance
David Halcomb Assistant Chief Financial Officer
Debra Parsons Chief Nursing Officer
Marcus Conley Assistant Chief Financial Officer
Ralph Lomma VP Facilities
Anita Wilson VP Surgical Services
Dermot Halpin Cardiothoracic Surgeon
Amy Johnson Bariatric & General Surgeon
Kevin Pugh Orthopedic Surgeon
Keith Hall Orthopedic Surgeon
William B. Webb Do Emergency Department Physician
Russell Shanklin Former-assistant CIO
Peggy Justice Former - VP Physician Network
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