Pikeville Medical Specialties offers wheelchair clinic July 28, Aug. 25 King’s Daughters Medical Center offers a new service called a wheelchair clinic for patients who would benefit from having a power wheelchair or scooter.
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King’s Daughters offers wheelchair clinic July 21, Aug. 11 King’s Daughters Medical Center offers a specialized service called a wheelchair clinic for patients who would benefit from having a power wheelchair or scooter.
A new King’s Daughters service speeds diagnosis and treatment of lung disorders.
The Center for Pulmonary Health, located in the Medical Arts Building, 2301 Lexington Ave., Suite 320, specializes in testing, treatment and education for patients receiving follow-up care for lung nodules, those with pulmonary hypertension and those needing pulmonary function testing. The phone number is (606) 408-4414.
The physicians of Tri-State Pulmonary Associates – pulmonologists Scott Nelson, M.D., Gregory Stark, M.D., and Bjorn Thorarinsson, M.D. – provide medical oversight. Nurse practitioner Anna Bayes sees patients daily at the center.
The King’s Daughters brain injury support group will meet at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3, at the King’s Daughters Rehabilitation Unit family resource room (second floor of the main building).
King’s Daughters will host a Look Good,…Feel Better program from 2 to 3 p.m. Monday, July 19 at the KDMC Center for Advanced Imaging building, 2225 Central Ave., Ashland. Look Good…Feel Better is a free program to help women offset appearance-related changes from cancer treatment.
King’s Daughters Pastoral Care Department is offering a grief support group from 6 to 8 p.m.,Monday, Aug. 2, in the KDMC Health Education Center (lower level of the Lexington Avenue parking garage).