News & Events
Drs. Roger and Connie Hill were recognized as recipients of the Dr. Willie C. Young Serving the Mission Volunteer Award at this year’s St. Bernards Medical Group Health & Fitness Expo.
The award is given to individuals who give selflessly of their time to make this community a better place to live. This marked the first time the award went to two people.
The Hills have played pivotal roles in ensuring that residents of this region receive the very best in heartcare services. Roger is a cardiologist who moved to Jonesboro after earning... Continue Reading
St. Bernards Orthopedic Associates is moving to Clopton Clinic. Our new facility will help us better serve you. So we can keep you on the move.
Now located at:
St. Bernards Clopton Clinic
Jonesboro, AR 72401
Dr. Nick Guinn, a family practice physician with St. Bernards First Care, will be the reader for the Stories in the Forest program at The Mall at Turtle Creek Saturday, April 1.
He will read There’s a Wocket in My Pocket by Dr. Seuss and A Coconut Named Bob by Austin Weaver.
The Seuss book is an all-time children’s favorite. Its main character is a little boy who talks about “imaginary creatures” in his house. You probably remember “zlocks behind the clocks,” “Jertain behind the curtain,... Continue Reading
Dr. Timothy Dow grew up in Oklahoma, but northeast Arkansas feels like home.
After completing his family practice residency at the University of Oklahoma Medical College in Tulsa, Dr. Dow moved to Trumann to begin his career in a medically underserved community, which was a requirement of the National Health Service Scholarship he had received in school.
Little did he know, his time in Trumann would change his life, when he met a young woman named LeAnn Hodges.
“LeAnn and I met at my office in Trumann, so this town will always... Continue Reading
Dr. Brad Fields, obstetrician-gynecologist with St. Bernards OB-GYN Associates, will serve as reader for the March 4 Stories in the Forest Saturday at St. Bernards Fun Forest at The Mall at Turtle Creek.
He will read a childhood favorite book.
The Stories in the Forest program gives parents some quality time with their children and exposes children to some favorite books of local residents. It is an outgrowth of an annual St. Bernards Women’s Council children’s program known as Kids on the Mile.
The Women’s Council is a... Continue Reading