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King’s Daughters Medical Center, in conjunction with the Kentucky Heart Foundation, is offering a free varicose vein screening beginning at 2 p.m. Friday, June 15 at King’s Daughters Medical Specialties – Proctorville, 6276 State Route 107, Proctorville. Vascular/endovascular surgeon Al Addasi, M.D., will perform the screening.
Everyone needs to be able to travel safely on the streets in their communities. However, many roads are built with only drivers of cars or trucks in mind, making streets difficult and often dangerous for bicyclists, pedestrians and public transportation users. Healthy communities have streets that accommodate individuals on foot and bike and benefit the entire community, says Andrea Plummer, a health policy analyst with Kentucky Youth Advocates. Plummer will talk about the complete streets movement, childhood obesity, health, and the community at a special program sponsored by the Boyd-Greenup Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities Coalition at 11 a.m. Friday, June 15.
Valet changes to curbside shuttle service Valet service at KDMC is changing to a free curbside shuttle service beginning Thursday, May 31. Patients and visitors can park in a dedicated area on Central Avenue and 24th Street, which features a
King's Daughters Medical Center reduces workforce in face of declining patient volume, reimbursement issues Today, King's Daughters Medical Center made a difficult but necessary decision to reduce our workforce in response to declining patient volumes, shrinking payments from both Medicare