Boone County Leadership Class visited NARMC on Tuesday, January 28. The group met with NARMC's President and CEO Vince Leist and toured the facility. NARMC is proud to host groups like Boone County Leadership!
Recently, the NARMC team celebrated service milestones. Staff with years of service in five year increments were awarded service pins. A combined total of more than 1,002 years are represented in the crowd. 5 years Lottie Adams Teresa Akin Ashley Black Shane Bridges Tiffany Bryant Sara Camp Heather Clements Lora Conwill Sarah Cooper Laquetta Cope Andrea Correll Julie Garcia Nancy George Jackie Hern Katheryn Holder William Holsted Bethany Hornaday Frank Hudson Jena Hudson Pame
Dr. Ali Abdelaal started his Oncology practice in Harrison in July of 1994. Since then, he has made an impact on so many patients in our community. Since then, he has made an impact on so many patients in our community. Recently, NARMC staff and community members celebrated Dr. Abdelaal and wished him the best during his upcoming retirement. Dr. Abdelaal, thank you for everything you have brought to NARMC and our community! You will be greatly missed! We wish you the best in
Diabetes can have detrimental effects on eyesight if not controlled. In fact, diabetes is the third leading cause of blindness in the United States. For this reason, it is recommended that everyone with diabetes see an ophthalmologist or an optometrist once a year for a dilated eye exam. But why? High blood glucose (aka blood sugar) can cause multiple complications in the eye. One example is Retinopathy, which is defined as damage to the retina in the eye that can cause
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) is proud to announce that Josh Bright, PharmD, has been promoted to the Vice President of Operations for the medical center. He has been with NARMC since 2011 and recently served as the Director of Pharmacy. Dr. Bright serves on the Board of Directors for the North Arkansas Partnership for Healthcare Education (NAPHE) and currently is a member of Arkansas Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Arkansas Class XIV. He is an Apexus Certif