The medical staff of North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) continues to grow in response to patient needs. NARMC is proud to announce a new staff member has joined the NARMC team, in addition to expanded roles by three established physicians.
“We believe these announcements support our commitment to leadership development and quality patient care to those we serve, as well as focusing on improving clinical outcomes. We look forward to additional staff announcements as we move in to 2019,” said Vince Leist, NARMC president and CEO.
Dr. Brent Rosson has expanded his activities at NARMC to now include Medical Director for Hospice of the Hills. Dr. Rosson will continue seeing patients at the NARMC Internal Medicine Clinic, but this new assignment expands his role to also working with patients and their families in hospice care.
Dr. Brad Allen, who currently works in the Marshall Family Practice, has expanded his practice to include working with Robin Fojas, PA-C, at the Lead Hill Claude Parrish Community Health Center.
Dr. J. Kevin Richter will expand his practice from the Physicians Clinic of Berryville to also see patients at the Newton County Family Practice in Jasper. In addition, NARMC has added a new team member to the Newton County Family Practice clinic. Michael Thompson, MPA-C, has joined the clinic in Jasper and will be working with Dr. Richter to provide care to the Newton County community. Thompson brings with him more than 20 years of experience in family practice, urgent care, pediatrics and occupational medicine.