Baxter Regional Ahrens Clinic
The Baxter Regional Ahrens Clinic, operated by Dr. Shawn Bogle and his staff, performs medical care in the general fields of family practice. Pediatric care, adolescent medicine, adult and geriatric medicine, as well as EKGs, basic x-ray examinations and on-site limited lab testing are all offered here.
Baxter Regional Bone & Joint Clinic
The Baxter Regional Bone & Joint Clinic, operated by Dr. Win Moore and his staff, specializes in general orthopedic care for adults and children. Focusing on total joint replacement, general sports medicine, carpal tunnel surgery, arthritis treatment, fracture care, and total joint revision, this facility is dedicated to pursuing non-invasive options before considering surgical procedures.
Baxter Regional Comprehensive Women’s Clinic
The Baxter Regional Comprehensive Women's Clinic, operated by Dr. Corey Smith, Dr. Maureen Flowers and staff, offers full services for women of all ages. These include contraception and family planning, lactation consultation, osteopathic manipulation, initial infertility work-up, postmenopausal treatment, and full obstetrical services.
Baxter Regional Heart Clinic
The Baxter Regional Heart Clinic, operated by Dr. Louis Elkins and his staff, provides adult cardiac, thoracic, and vascular care to patients of Baxter Regional Medical Center. Treatments provided by this facility include Off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery, coronary bypass surgery, treatments for coronary and valvular heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, cerebrovascular disease, esophageal surgery, videoscopic assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) and electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy.
Baxter Regional Urology Clinic
The Baxter Regional Urology Clinic, operated by Dr. Daniel Decker and staff, focuses on providing urological care. At this clinic, they provide services to treat a variety of genitourinary disorders and diseases, including kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, incontinence, urological and prostate cancers, chronic urinary tract infections, benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), and urinary retention.
Baxter Regional Family Clinic
The BRMC Family Clinic, operated by Dr. Kam Lie and their staff, provides comprehensive services in general practice and family medicine. In addition to preventive and primary health care, the clinic offers acute and chronic disease management, weight loss management, comprehensive preventative screening, electrocardiograms, pulse oximetry, ear lavage, drug screening, physical exams, skin lesion cryosurgery, and Department of Transportation (DOT) screenings.
A satellite clinic, Baxter Regional Family Clinic on Market, is operated by Dr. John T. Leslie, Dr. Benjamin Stevens and their staff.
BRMC Gastroenterology & Advanced Imaging
The BRMC Gastroenterology & Advanced Imaging center, operated by Dr. William Dyer and his staff, provides diagnosis and treatment for diseases and disorders affecting the gastrointestinal tract, including the stomach and intestines. Procedures performed by the staff of this facility include colonoscopies, endoscopies, endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and other procedures for the benefit of patient health.
BRMC Medical Specialists
BRMC Nephrology/Pulmonology Clinic
The BRMC Nephrology/Pulmonology Clinic, operated by Dr. Grant Mathews, Dr. Sara Martin, and Dr. Brian Malte and their staff, works to identify, diagnose, and treat diseases and disorders affecting the kidneys and the lungs. As a specialty clinic, the pulmonology department manages patients who need life support and ventilation or are suffering from diseases like asthma, pneumonia, chest infections, and tuberculosis. The nephrology clinic treats patients for dialysis and kidney transplantation, as well as for hypertension and renal osteodystrophy.
BRMC Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic
BRMC Neurosurgery & Spine Clinic, led by neurosurgeons Dr. Lucas Bradley and Dr. Allan Gocio, offers the opportunity for a comprehensive evaluation of any issue related to the brain or spine, close to home. They provide evaluations, surgical and non-surgical treatment and management of neurological disorders including brain tumors, aneurysms, degenerative spine disease, osteomyelitis, traumatic spine injury, spinal bone fusion, nerve compression, fibromyalgia, scoliosis, Chiari Malformation and Carpal Tunnel.
Fairlamb Senior Health Clinic
The Fairlamb Senior Health Clinic, operated by Jessica Johnson, APRN, and staff, provides comprehensive medical care for patients age 65 and older, focusing on promoting independence and quality of life. To do this, they provide education and testing, preventative and routine health services, medication analysis, cognitive memory testing, and case management to assist their patients in connecting with other area resources.
Previous Oncology experience required
The Advanced Nurse Practitioner is a licensed professional nurse that works under a Collaborative Agreement with a Physician, to provide direct, comprehensive, preventative and therapeutic healthcare to patients and families including assessment, diagnosis, treatment, prescription, counseling and instruction in compliance with Nurse Practitioner Protocols and all regulations governing APRN’s.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. MSN Required.
Experience: Minimum of five (5) years nursing experience. Previous Oncology experience required.
Licensure: Current Arkansas APRN license and DEA license in good standing.
Certifications: BLS required, ACLS within the first six months of employment and PALS within the first year of employment.
Other: Basic computer skills required with working knowledge of Microsoft Office, EMR, Population Health portals and other database systems.
Safety Sensitive Designation:
This position is deemed safety sensitive in accordance with Arkansas Act 593 governing Medical Marijuana.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job with or without an accommodation. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to perform the following: Must have the ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, to solve problems and make decisions. Ability to stand and walk, bend, squat and twist up to or exceeding 8 to12 hours during shift(s) using proper body mechanics. Occasionally requires lifting of 50 pounds or more of equipment, able to push in excess of 150 pound wheelchair with patient and equipment, and occasionally lifts patients with assist 125 pounds or more using proper body mechanics. Spends eight hours or more in front of computer, monitor or similar screen utilizing keyboard and/or mouse. Must be able to respond quickly in emergency situations of CPR and obtaining equipment. Must be able to handle critical and highly stressful situations with efficiency and composure. Acuity to the five senses required to respond to critical changing patient situations from actual observations and/or equipment alarms.