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Arkansas Urology Adds 3 Providers in Little Rock

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Arkansas Urology announced the addition of three new Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) in Little Rock.

The new hires are:

  • Michael Stirling, APRN, Men’s Health Clinic and Arkansas Urology Little Rock
  • Tina Mathenia, APRN, Arkansas Urology Kidney Stone Clinic
  • Maya Clarke, APRN, Arkansas Urology Little Rock

Stirling brings over 10 years of experience as an emergency room nurse, charge nurse, and family nurse practitioner. He holds a master’s in nursing from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and a bachelor’s in nursing from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Stirling also served as a combat medic during his nine years with the Louisiana Army National Guard.

Mathenia brings over 20 years of APRN experience to the job. Over her career as an APRN, Mathenia has worked at St. Bernards Regional Urology Associates, NEA Baptist Memorial, Air Evac Lifeteam Inc. and the Arkansas Methodist Medical Center. In 2016, she completed her Master of Science, nursing family nurse practitioner at Arkansas State University College of Nursing in Jonesboro.

Clarke previously worked in the emergency department at Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock and the Baptist Health Medical Center Cardiology department as an acute care nurse practitioner. She has more than seven years of experience in treating patients and coordinating care with other providers and staff members. She received her Master of Science and nursing from Chamberlain University in Chicago in 2022, and holds a bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton.

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