JONESBORO - St. Bernards has added new physicians to its medical staff.
Dr. Mallory Hurst is seeing patients at the new St. Bernards Dermatology clinic, 800 South Church St., Suite 203.
She earned her Medical Degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and completed a dermatology residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Prior to that, she completed an internal medicine internship at Louisiana State University in New Orleans.
Dr. Hurst is accepting patients of all ages and treating every variety of dermatologic conditions. Her special interests include pediatric dermatology, pigmentary disorders, cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease and skin cancer prevention.
Dr. Naveed Younis has joined physicians at St. Bernards Heart & Vascular as an invasive cardiologist.
Younis earned his medical degree from Rawalpindi Medical College in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
He came to the United States to pursue advanced medical training and completed a residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in Memphis and a fellowship in cardiovascular diseases at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio.
Younis is board certified in internal medicine/cardiology, internal medicine and pediatrics.
He is joining the region's largest cardiovascular practice - St. Bernards Heart & Vascular. He is one of 19 physicians in that clinic and will see patients in Jonesboro and Wynne.