Located in Pikeville, Kentucky, Addiction Services offers treatment for Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Addiction Services generally offers treatment options (such as Counseling) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Addiction Services using their website at www.pikevillehospital.org to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Most Insurances.
Husband went in for emergency cath. Great staff and fantastic outcome.
PMC have a great cardiology department. My husband is being treated for an aneurism there and the doctors and staff are awesome.
A great hospital , H.R.M.C. needs to take notes & get there head out of the a** ...
We have been there several times and the doctors nurses CNAs everyone is so nice and helpful this is the first place that has ever explained what an advanced directive and a living will is excellent place
My life was saved by their great surgical team and taken care of by a great Nursing Staff beginning 3/17/17 when I was flown there from Madison WVA
Excellent staff and hospital. During my one and hopefully only stay.
My mother in law was well taken care of wonderful staff
Today was a GREAT day! Pikeville Medical Center won my confidence in the first ten minutes of being greeted by the receptionists/nurses at the check- in desk in the office of Dr. Naveed Ahmed, neurologist. My 81 year old father was the patient and my Mother and I accompanied him. For two years various doctors , specialists and other physicians offered no explanations of test results, courses of action or just plain, old fashioned care and concern for this ongoing medical misery my Dad was made to endure. Within MINUTES Pikeville Medical Clinic and Dr. Ahmed erased all this agony with heartfelt concern and professionalism we had not seen in years. Always their reply, "we are here for YOU." Personal interest and efficiency in teamwork was obvious from the start. Dr. Ahmed listened TO my parents, not AT them, he was not in a rush, sat close to them and made sure they understood his explanations as well as to the why he was asking questions he put to them. He was highly complimentary of his staff that was working closely with him which made my Dad and Mom feel at ease. He ordered tests and they were performed THAT VERY DAY. His staff and both floors we had to travel to for various tests all brought the same, smiling faces in helpful places. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, please CALL NOW and get yourself, or your family member, an appointment at this medical center. You will not have to wait for months for an appointment. Dr. Ahmed is genuine and caring. He is also board certified in several areas. The standout attribute about Dr. Ahmed, he is Christian influenced and led. You will see it. You will feel it. In turn, Dr. Ahmed introduced me to Christy Prater, Clinic and floor manager of Pikeville Med Center. She is continuing to make this clinic the best for all patients as demonstrated by the Mayo Clinic partnership. A former nurse with multiple areas of practice, she is another star in the performance rating for Pikeville Medical Center. Forthright, and again, concerned, she shared with me goals and strategy to attain them in an impressive personal conversation. Today was a GREAT day, God Bless this medical center and all who attend as a patient as well.
The hospital's front entrance or what use to be the main front entrance is quiet dangerous to enter into as cars come through speeding . I suggest putting a pedestrian sign up. And a speed limit. I was visiting my grandmother in I.C.U and although one nurse I spoke to was very rude and unkind in her tone of voice, the nurse I was appointed to who was over my grandmother was very kind and helpful even though she was quiet busy at the moment. I'm not sure of her name but I wish to give my appreciation and thanks to her for taking just a few moments to speak to me and let me know what was going on with my grandmother.