Mitchell Brings Innovation to Arkansas Urology (Movers & Shakers) | Arkansas Business News

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Ken Mitchell of Arkansas Urology in Little Rock

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

Dr.  Cliff Fullerton of Baptist Health in Little Rock

Dr. Cliff Fullerton of Baptist Health in Little Rock

Dr. Cliff Fullerton was hired by Baptist Health of Little Rock as a value-based nursing officer. The Value Care Manager is a new role and will be responsible for improving the quality and cost of health care in Arkansas. Fullerton was previously President of the Baylor Scott & White Quality Alliance. He is a specialist in family medicine and has a master’s degree in health management.

Laterika took over the Arkansas chapter of the Alzheimer's Association in Little Rock

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

Laterika Tooks was hired by the Arkansas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association in Little Rock as the constituent event manager.

Tooks will be responsible for planning the nonprofit’s signature event known as the longest day.

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

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