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Lake Cumberland Medical Associates provides Somerset, Kentucky and the Lake Cumberland Region top physicians in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, and Pediatrics.  We strive to maintain a firm commitment to all of our patients to provide the level of high quality care that we would want for our families. We are a Rural Health Clinic and are surveyed annually by the Office of Inspector General to maintain this status.  We are also accredited by Joint Commission.

Our facility offers a wide range of services including preventive care, treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, diagnostic testing, and Occupational Medicine.

Address:
350 Hospital Way 
Somerset, KY 42503
 
Phone:
606-451-2600
Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 

The Labratory at Lake Cumberland Medical Associates is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM should your physician require you to have bloodwork completed . 
 

Our Team

Stanton Cole, MD 

Jonathan Dixon, MD

Daniel Gallo, MD 

Dana Gibson, MD

Jeffrey Golden, MD 

Patrick Jenkins, MD

Harry Kennedy, MD

Travis Massengale, DO  

Rodney Oakes, MD 

Laura Pedersen, DO 

Jonathan Ruby, MD 

Mandissa Sealey, MD 

Gregory Sherry, MD 

Tonya Shea, MD

Anthony Stugan, MD 

David Thomas, MD, MPH

Joseph Weigel, MD 

James Wilson, MD 

Valerie Allen, APRN 

 

Robin Goff, APRN 

Timothy Poynter, APRN 

Allison Bastin-Muse, APRN 

Autumn Richardson, APRN 

Julie Stevens, APRN 

                                                                                                                                                                                    


Primary Care

Most of us know that primary care doctors treat aches, pains, and colds. But these are just a few areas primary care doctors treat in a broad field of expertise. Primary care doctors:

  • care for most diseases except very uncommon or unusual ones;
  • offer counseling;
  • and monitor your health against your lifestyle goals over time, something called health promotion.

They also educate patients about preventing chronic diseases, like limiting sugar if you have prediabetes or increasing your physical activity if you’re at higher risk for heart disease.



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