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Three Rivers Latest NewsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun February 26, 2017
White River Health System’s internal-medicine residency program will accept its first class of residents in July. From left are Gary Bebow, CEO of WRHS; Jody Smotherman, associate administrator of graduate medical education; Dr. Khaled Khasawneh, program director of the internal-medicine residency program; and Mary Wood Cox, program coordinator.
A vision that began almost nine years ago is becoming a reality as White River Health System in Batesville prepares to accept its first class of residents into the newly formed Internal Medicine Residency Program. More than 1,000 applicants have applied to the program, which was accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education in January. “It’s the highest level of accreditation that a program of this nature can receive,” said Jody Smotherman, associate administrator of graduate medical education. “We’ve had applicants from across the country and some ... READ MORE
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CABOT — Cabot senior soccer star Hadley Dickinson is taking her game to the collegiate level.
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SEARCY — After more than four decades of teaching, a Searcy couple plan to retire from Harding University at the end of the school year.
CABOT — At Northside Elementary School in Cabot, students have been as excited about reading as they have been about candy.