King's Daughters named one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare For the second year in a row, Modern Healthcare magazine, a leading healthcare journal in the U.S., has placed King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC) on its national
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The King’s Daughters Medical Center Auxiliary recently awarded $200,000 toward 17 specific projects that will benefit patients and local residents. The funds were raised throughout the year by gift shop sales, as well as special sales and events sponsored by members of the KDMC Auxiliary.
Visitors to the King’s Daughters web site can enjoy an exciting new feature – a 360-degree virtual tour of the medical center. Twenty-one areas can be viewed in full color, high definition detail, including some non-public places such as procedure rooms and operating suites. The photos rotate, or spin, to show viewers a 360-degree view, often with images of KDMC team members and visitors going about normal activities. Each photo is tagged with a brief description.
King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC) cardiologist Richard Ansinelli, M.D., now is accepting patients at the Burlington/South Point Family Care Center, South Point, Ohio. For an appointment, call 606.324.4745 or toll-free at 1.866.973.6655.
Cardiologist David K. Bush, M.D., who has practiced in Ashland since 1994, now has joined Kentucky Heart and Vascular Physicians, an affiliate of King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC). For an appointment, Dr. Bush can be reached at Medical Plaza B, Suite 230, 613 23rd St., Ashland; or by calling 606.324.4745 or toll-free at 1.866.973.6655.
Coumadin services now are available at the office of Kentucky Heart & Vascular Physicians, 5000 State Route 321, Prestonsburg, Ky.