The King’s Daughters Health Foundation contributed 30 automatic external defibrillators, or AEDs, to community agencies throughout Boyd and Greenup Counties.
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King’s Daughters Medical Center is pleased to recognize its Marketing/Public Relations team, which recently earned two Thoroughbred Awards and six Certificates of Merit at the Kentucky Hospital Association’s annual convention in Louisville.
King’s Daughters recently introduced the Luminetx VeinViewer, a revolutionary device that enables caregivers to easily detect veins for venipuncture procedures such as IV insertion and blood sampling.
The King’s Daughters Diabetes Education Center has moved to a new location on the medical center campus.
As King’s Daughters continues to grow, so too does the need to recruit highly talented nurses. This year, KDMC has hired 155 nursing school graduates, the most in the medical center’s history.
King’s Daughters is pleased to welcome neuroradiologist Charl Van Wyk, M.D., to the medical staff.