Amy Fisher received the HR Professional of the Year award from the Northwest Arkansas Human Resources Association.
Fisher is the director of human resources at John Brown University in Siloam Springs.
She has also been named the Northwest Arkansas Human Resources Association’s official nominee for the Arkansas Society for Human Resources Management’s Professional of the Year Award for 2019.
Jessica Duggar has joined the Mercy Hospital Fort Smith Emergency Department as a certified nurse practitioner and advanced practice registered nurse.
Duggar previously worked as an ER clinical nurse manager and a staff nurse at Mercy Hospital Ozark and an intensive care unit staff nurse at Mercy Hospital Fort Smith.
She earned her master’s in nursing from South University in Savannah, Georgia, and her bachelor’s in nursing from Arkansas Tech University in Russellville.
Chandra Mathis recently joined Mercy Clinic Oncology in Fort Smith as a certified family nurse practitioner.
Mathis received her master’s in nursing from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Addison, Illinois, and her bachelor’s in nursing from the Loretto Heights School of Nursing in Denver. She has 27 years of experience as a registered nurse and a hospitalist.
Jill Morphew has joined Mercy Clinic Cardiology in Fort Smith as a board-certified adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner. Morphew earned her master’s in nursing from Walden University in Minneapolis and her bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. She was a registered nurse and charge nurse in Fort Smith for five years before joining Mercy.
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