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Washington Regional Adds 4 (Movers & Shakers)

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Amy LeSieur, Dr. Jeffrey Kellar and Dr. Ronald Mullis
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Amy LeSieur has been hired as vice president of ancillary services at Washington Regional Medical System of Fayetteville. LeSieur previously was director of operations at Ozark Dermatology.

Ozark Surgical Associates of Fayetteville has also joined the Washington Regional Medical System.

Dr. Wayne Hudec, Dr. Jeffrey Kellar and Dr. Ronald Mullis will continue to care for their patients at the former Ozark Surgical Associates location, which is now called Washington Regional Ozark Surgical Clinic.

Hudec has a special interest in surgical oncology and the surgical treatment of liver and biliary cancer. Kellar performs all types of general surgery procedures, including complete hernia, digestive disease and minimally invasive surgery. Mullis performs all types of general surgery procedures, including biliary surgery, colon surgery, minimally invasive surgery and wound care.


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Angie Longing has been appointed chief nursing executive at CHI St. Vincent of Little Rock. Longing will lead and coordinate nursing across the CHI St. Vincent system.


Dr. Melia Robertson has been elected president of the Arkansas Optometric Association.


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Dr. Kevin Sexton has been named president of BioVentures LLC, the technology licensing office and business incubator at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences of Little Rock. Sexton had served as interim director since last year.


See more of this week’s Movers & Shakers, and submit your own announcement at ArkansasBusiness.com/Movers.

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