Medical Center of South Arkansas and emergency medical air transportation company, Survival Flight, have formed an alliance to bring enhanced emergency air transport services to the South Arkansas region. Beginning in February, this alliance will equip Medical Center of South Arkansas with an onsite helicopter and crew based on the hospital’s campus.
A trip to a national meeting of experts in healthcare, medicine, and public policy was a critical step toward a career goal of addressing healthcare equality for a University of Arkansas biomedical engineering undergraduate.
Samia Ismail earned a travel grant from the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering to attend the group's Public Policy Institute in Washington, D.C., in the fall of 2019.
Michelle Rupp joins AFMC in a newly created position as vice president of marketing, communications and strategic development.
“Michelle will lead initiatives in communications and strategic development as we work towards diversifying our customer base,” said Ray Hanley, president and CEO of the non-profit healthcare improvement organization.
Dr. Gerry Jones has been appointed the chief medical officer for CHI St. Vincent Infirmary in Little Rock.
Jones, a cardiothoracic surgeon with extensive administrative experience, has served as vice president for medical affairs for the CHI St. Vincent Central Arkansas market since January of 2019.
Stephen Potts has been appointed director of quality operations for the Community Quality Alliance, a clinically integrated network (CIN) affiliated with Northwest Health.
Potts previously served as chief operating officer for Visiting Angels of NWA.
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