Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is a 261-bed facility in Kentucky offering more than 400 services, including every major specialty and most sub-specialties, and is a proud member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network.
PMC underwent a $150 million expansion, which includes the addition of an 11-story clinic and a 10-story parking garage to its main campus. In 2010, PMC received a $44.6 million loan from the federal government as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) that permits the construction of the new buildings.
The new clinic houses office and clinical space for outpatient surgery, as well as exam rooms for primary and specialty care physicians.
Wheaton Sprague was contracted by Pioneer Cladding & Glazing of Loveland, Ohio to provide shop drawings, fabrication drawings and engineering for the 5,000 square foot unitized curtain wall for this new construction project
During 2009-2011, Pikeville Medical Center was named the National Hospital of the Year by the American Alliance of Healthcare Providers three consecutive times.