New Medical Staff Joins NARMC Team


HARRISON - The medical staff of North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) continues to grow in response to patient needs. NARMC is proud to announce several new physicians are joining the NARMC team.

In August, Dr. Michael Clarke, Dr. Elizabeth Morgan and APRN Caleb Kasper joined the medical system, followed by Dr. Ashley Merrick this month. And finally, Dr. Evan Branscum has committed to practicing in Harrison after completing his residency.

Dr. Clarke, a University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine (UAMS) graduate will be working as an NARMC Pathologist. Clarke comes to Harrison from Laguna Hills, California, where he was Co-Laboratory Director at Orange Coast Women's Medical Group and Pathologist at Saddleback Memorial Medical Center.

Dr. Morgan, a graduate of UAMS, comes to Harrison after completing her residency at Shasta Community Health Center in Redding, California. She will be practicing family medicine and obstetrics at the Family Medicine Clinic.

Caleb Kasper, MNSC and Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, is relocated to NARMC from Baxter Regional Medical Center where he was a Registered Nurse in their Emergency Department for the past five-years. Kaspar holds a Masters of Nursing from the UAMS and is practicing at the Harrison Mediquick location.

A native of Harrison, Dr. Merrick has joined NARMC from Mercy Clinic in Springfield, Missouri. She is a graduate of UAMS, completed her residency at Arkansas Children's Hospital and holds certifications from the American Board of Pediatrics and the Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing Arts. Dr. Merrick specializes in pediatrics.

Dr. Branscum, a graduate of UAMS, is currently a resident physician at Cox Family Medical Care Center in Springfield, Missouri. He will be opening a practice in Harrison after completion of his residency.

Over the past seven years, NARMC has actively recruited healthcare providers to our community. The NARMC goal is to provide comprehensive healthcare to North Central Arkansas, and we look forward to continuing to do so with these new team members.


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