Phyllis Rogers joined AFMC of Little Rock last month as its new chief financial officer.
Rogers will also serve on the management team of the nonprofit health care quality improvement and education organization.
Rogers served as CFO of Delta Dental of Arkansas for 17 years, then as CFO for ForeverCare, which was part of Arkansas’ Provider-Led Arkansas Shared Savings Entity (PASSE) program for behavioral health clients.
Dr. Ben Bordador, an internal medicine physician, has joined CHI St. Vincent Little Rock Diagnostic Clinic. He had been a hospitalist with CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs since 2011 and served as co-medical director for the Christus Dubuis Hospital of Hot Springs from December 2014 through November 2015.
He completed medical school at the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine & Surgery in Manilla, Philippines, and an internship and residency at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons at Harlem Hospital Center in New York.
Nycole Oliver, an advanced practice registered nurse at Baptist Health Family Clinic on Dodson Avenue in Fort Smith, was recently selected as one of the Arkansas Center for Nursing’s 40 Nurse Leaders Under 40 for 2019.
Amie K. Alexander, a recent graduate of the Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, has joined Friday Eldredge & Clark in Little Rock as an associate practicing health care law.
Alexander, a 2015 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, also has a master’s degree from the UA Clinton School of Public Service.
Maeghan E. Arnold, Brittany L. Aultman and Lindsey K. Bourne are among 29 nurses from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences recently named to the Great 100 Nurses Foundation’s annual list of the state’s superb nurses.
Other honorees are Nancy E. Casali, Kelly B. Castleman, Patricia A. Cowan, Andrea K. Easom, Donna J. Elrod, Beverly S. English, Shannon A. Finley, Jennifer L. Gernat, Marisa L. Green, Tammy C. Jones, Pamela J. LaBorde, Leslie R. McCormack, Anita J. Mitchell, Corey L. Nagel, Rosalyn J. Perkins, Joyce E. Randof, Joanna M. Rankin, Leah D. Richardson, Janet L. Rooker, Rebecca R. Sartini, Melissa C. Slater, Kimberly M. Stickley, Caroline L. Tingquist, Stephanie E. Trotter, Mary F. Tucker and Sherri D. Ward.
James Roundtree has been promoted to vice president of surgical services at Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville.
Roundtree joined Washington Regional in early 2017 as clinical director of surgical services and was most recently director of surgical services.
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