KFSK News and the Petersburg Medical Center monthly program, “PMC Live” airs at 12:30pm, the first Thursday of each month. The program will focus on different departments, new initiatives, and highlight challenges at the medical center.
The October 3, 2019 episode discusses chemotherapy at PMC. Guests include: PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter, Angela Menish, Director of Patient Care Services, and Elizabeth Hart, Skilled Nursing Coordinator and Case Manager.
The September 5, 2019 episode discusses the PMC Foundation and how it helps fund capitol projects and scholarships. Guests include: PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter, PMC Foundation board member, Liz Bacom, and nursing student, Carolyn Kvernvik.
The August 1, 2019 episode features the medical center’s lab manager and emergency preparedness coordinator Laurie Miller.
The July 3, 2019 episode features PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter along with Liz Bacom and Darlene Whitethorn of the Petersburg Medical Center Foundation board. Among the topics is the July 27 Paddle Battle in the Narrows.
The June 6, 2019 episode features speech language pathologist Bailey Koebernick and physical therapy student Sara McWaters along with PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter.
The May 2nd 2019 episode celebrates the graduation on this day for four local nursing students Adam Axmaker, Valaree Nilsen, Carolyn Kvernvik and Audrey Morten. PMC medical center CEO Phil Hofstetter also talks about the hire of a fourth physician and another community cafe listening session planned for next week.
April 2019 episode features discussion about activities for residents in Long Term Care
February 2019 episode features an update on the developments for a new facility. There was also a discussion on tele-health and the opportunities it provides to patients and providers in Petersburg.
January 2019 episode features an update from PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter along with Jill Dormer and Julie Spigelmyre of the finance department.
December’s episode has an update from PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter along with Bradee Axmaker and Marina Kempes of the physical therapy department.
November’s episode is with PMC CEO Phil Hofstetter and occupational therapists Tara Burns and Ali Menozi.