Mitchell Brings Innovation to Arkansas Urology (Movers & Shakers)


Ken Mitchell of Arkansas Urology in Little Rock
Ken Mitchell of Arkansas Urology in Little Rock

Ken Mitchell, a certified physician’s assistant, has joined Arkansas Urology in Little Rock. Mitchell wrote and implemented an innovative treatment protocol, the surgical impotence management strategy, which provides comprehensive patient education and delivery care for men undergoing prostate cancer treatment. Mitchell received his degree in biology from Dana College and a master’s in physician assistant studies from the University of Nebraska Physician Assistant Program.


Dr. Cliff Fullerton of Baptist Health in Little Rock
Dr. Cliff Fullerton of Baptist Health in Little Rock

Dr. Cliff Fullerton has been hired by Baptist Health in Little Rock as the value-based care officer. The value-based care officer is a new position and will be responsible for improving the quality and addressing the cost of health care in Arkansas. Fullerton previously served as president of Baylor Scott & White Quality Alliance. He is board-certified in family medicine and has a master’s in health care management.


Laterika Tooks of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Arkansas chapter in Little Rock
Laterika Tooks of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Arkansas chapter in Little Rock

Laterika Tooks has been hired by the Alzheimer’s Association’s Arkansas chapter in Little Rock as constituent events manager.

Tooks will be responsible for planning the nonprofit’s signature event, known as the Longest Day.


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