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St. Bernards will host a free program for expectant parents on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at St. Bernards Auditorium.
The quarterly program known as Baby State is set for 6 to 8 p.m. at St. Bernards Auditorium, 505 East Washington Ave., and will include lots of information for parents-to-be. No registration is required.
Attendees will have opportunity to meet the St. Bernards maternity nursing team, the unique internationally board certified lactation team and others on the medical center’s expert staff who specialize in caring for babies.
In addition, information will be available on car seat... Continue Reading
Dr. G. Logan Lynch has joined physicians at St. Bernards Surgical Associates.
He earned his Medical Degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine and completed an internship and residency in the Department of Surgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Ms.
During the last year, Lynch served as administrative chief resident of general surgery there.
He holds an undergraduate degree in biology from Delta State University in Cleveland, Ms., where he met his wife of eight years. They have two children, Carson, 6, and Juliet, 3.
He served... Continue Reading
Beverly Nix Stone, chief executive officer of St. Bernards Healthcare Associated Regional Providers (SHARP) and St. Bernards Medical Group Board Memeber, was recognized at the recent Arkansas Hospital Association annual meeting as the recipient of this year’s American College of Healthcare Executives Senior Career Award.
Stone, who actually helped develop the physician-hospital organization to help self-insured employers contract directly with providers, has been at the helm of SHARP since 1993. She has given oversight to SHARP, helping create one of the largest physician-hospital organizations in the state. It is the area’s largest healthcare network... Continue Reading
Growing up, Dr. Joseph Kosinski knew he wanted to pursue a career in science. After graduating from Notre Dame with an undergraduate degree in chemistry, he worked for several years as a chemist, studying in a lab.
Dr. T. Joseph Kosinski 2015 web“I enjoyed chemistry, but the work was so dry,” he said. “I wanted to interact and work with people every day. I felt that serving as a physician was my true calling, so I went to Indiana University in pursuit of a medical degree.”
He applied and was accepted... Continue Reading
Pediatric neurologist Dr. Stephen Bates and Arkansas Children’s Jonesboro Clinic have joined St. Bernards Medical Group.
Dr. Bates earned his Medical Degree from the University of London – St. George Hospital, where he also completed an internship in pediatrics. He, then completed his pediatric neurology residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical where he was on the faculty and medical staff for 14 years as a practicing physician and instructor of pediatric neurology, epilepsy and rehabilitation. In 1988, Dr. Bates moved to Little Rock to serve as the director of pediatric neurology at Arkansas Children&rsquo... Continue Reading