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Dr. Andrew L. Coble has rejoined the staff of the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in Harrison, this time as a general surgeon. Coble worked at the medical center for 16 years in various positions, including paramedic supervisor, while attending medical school part time. He received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock and completed his surgical residency at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Ga.

Charles Born, Clint Recktenwald, Sparky Haider', Melissa Brown, Natalie McDowell and Dennis Moore recently won awards from the Arkansas Pharmacists Association at its annual convention in Rogers. Born, a former professor at UAMS, was recognized as Pharmacist of the Year, and Recktenwald, of Genuine Care Pharmacy in Gassville, was honored as Young Pharmacist of the Year. Hedden, of McCoy-Tygart Drug Store Inc. in Sheridan, received the Bowl of Hygeia Award; Brown, the clinical services and education coordinator at Medical Arts Pharmacy of Fayetteville, was awarded the Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award; McDowell, a student at the UAMS College of Pharmacy, won the Charles M. West Leadership Award; and Moore, the director of the UAMS North Central Area Health Education Center, was the winner of the Cardinal Health Generation RX Champion Award for his help raising awareness of prescription drug abuse.
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Title Annotation:Movers+Shakers
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Aug 13, 2012
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