Dr. Joseph Beck Receives Award for Lifetime of Outstanding Contributions to Medicine

Joseph Beck, II

LITTLE ROCK - CHI St. Vincent physician Dr. Joseph Beck, II, M.D. has been honored with the Pulaski County Medical Society's 2020 President's Award for a Lifetime of Outstanding Contributions to Medicine. Dr. Beck, a medical oncologist with the CHI St. Vincent Oncology Clinic in Little Rock, has served as a physician on the CHI St. Vincent Infirmary's medical staff for 33 years. He has also been an active member of the Arkansas Medical Board, including service as the group's chair and president.

A Little Rock native, Dr. Beck has a long history of private practice in our community. He joined CHI St. Vincent's Oncology Clinic in 2019 as part of the medical group's growing commitment to provide the best cancer care in Arkansas. The Pulaski County Medical Society promotes the highest standards of medical care and works to protect the public health of the community.

The Pulaski County Medical Society will formally present the 2020 President's Award for a Lifetime of Outstanding Contributions to Dr. Beck during the organization's virtual annual meeting on Dec. 3. Dr. Beck earned his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and completed his fellowship in medical oncology at Wake Forest University in North Carolina. He continues to see patients at his clinic in the Doctors Building, 500 South University Ave.


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