Dr. Anitsira Collado, Dr. Joaquin Duarte and Dr. Mahiry Romero-Salinas have been hired as physicians at White River Health System of Batesville.
Collado completed a residency in internal medicine at the Metropolitan Hospital Center in New York.
Romero-Salina also completed her residency in internal medicine at the Metropolitan Hospital Center in New York.
Duarte completed a residency in internal medicine from the John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County in Chicago.
Gary L. Bebow, administrator and CEO of White River Health System, has been recertified as an associate of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Bebow’s recertification represents achievement in development and excellence as a health care executive. He has been an administrator and CEO for WRHS for 25 years.
Dr. Mark S. Thomas has been hired as vice president of population management at Washington Regional Medical System of Fayetteville. Thomas completed his residency in family practice at the University of Oklahoma. As the vice president of population management, Thomas will supervise population health initiatives.
Dr. Jennifer Anderson has been hired as associate medical director at Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care in Little Rock. Anderson is responsible for prescription drug and other specialized clinical reviews for Arkansas Medicaid. Anderson is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.
Paula Rader has been promoted to president and CEO of United Cerebral Palsy of Little Rock, where she has worked since 1992. Rader joined UCP as a waiver supervisor and filled other positions on her way to her last promotion to chief program officer in 2012.
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