"I grew up watching my father practice personal, small-town medicine in Conway, AR. My father, Conway’s first internal medicine physician, was a major determining factor in my career choice. My father always had a personal relationship with his patients, and I wanted the same for mine. I have been practicing medicine in Fayetteville, AR since June, 2000. I graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Chemical Engineering degree and from UAMS in Little Rock with my MD. Late in 2013, I began my new direct primary care practice in Fayetteville, serving Northwest Arkansas and beyond. The best part of my job is the people I have come to know and care for. I find that health is more than physical, and believe that unless I care for the whole person, I am not really caring for them at all. That’s where becoming a direct primary care physician comes into play."
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I call this type of medicine “direct primary care.” I practice medicine in a way that I believe it should be practiced: by having a positive and quality relationship with my patients. We are unencumbered by health insurance since we do not have to bill, file, code or collect."