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MASH Applications Are Available

Saint Mary's MASH (Medical Applications of Science for Health) is a two-week summer enrichment program for high school sophomores and juniors interested in pursuing a medical career. The 2017 program will run Monday through Friday, and is slated for June 12-23 at Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center. During the two weeks, students will: receive CPR training and certification

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Saint Mary’s to Partner with Friendship Community Care on Program

Saint Mary's Regional Health System is proud to partner with Friendship Community Care and Project Search as one of the six programs in Arkansas to provide internships for young adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Registration forms can be found on the Friendship website at www.fccare.org/project-search/ The deadline for internship applications is March 1, 2017. Project Search Program to

Dr. David Nelson Voted River Valley’s Best OBGYN

Dr. David Nelson Dr. David Nelson, OBGYN with Millard-Henry Women’s Center Obstetrics and Gynecology, has been voted Best of the Best/Readers' Choice OBGYN for 2016 by the readers of the Russellville Courier. After attending Ouachita Baptist University, Nelson received his medical degree from UAMS in 2006. He has practiced at Millard-Henry Clinic since

Saint Mary’s Welcome New Physicians

Saint Mary's Regional Health System and Millard-Henry Clinic are pleased to welcome Dr. Suzanna Chatterjee, ob-gyn, and Drs. Valentino Piacentino III and Sarahrose Webster, general surgeons. The physicians are accepting new patients at their Millard-Henry Clinic offices. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Chatterjee, call 479-890-2428. Call 479-968-2345 for an appointment with Dr. Piacentino or

A little heart to heart

Dr. Shuja Rasool visited with a local Pre-AP science class recently, spurring on interest in medicine with students in the Arkansas River Valley community.