Growing up, Dr. Joseph Kosinski knew he wanted to pursue a career in science. After graduating from Notre Dame with an undergraduate degree in chemistry, he worked for several years as a chemist, studying in a lab. “I enjoyed chemistry, but the work was so dry,” he said. “I wanted to interact and work … Continue reading “Physician Spotlight: Dr. Joseph Kosinski”

Dr. Willie Hurst has made it his life’s work to improve the lives of families in Northeast Arkansas. He serves as medical director for the Jonesboro Church Health Center, a clinic for low-income uninsured individuals. With his wife, Honey, he also founded a non-profit organization called Kids at The Cross to support children and teens … Continue reading “Physician Spotlight: Dr. Willie Hurst”

Dr. Darrell Ragland never intended to practice medicine in Jonesboro, but life had other plans. After growing up in Little Rock, he attended college at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and medical school at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. “Family practice was the program I enjoyed the most throughout medical school,” … Continue reading “Physician Spotlight: Dr. Darrell Ragland”

Dr. Timothy Dow grew up in Oklahoma, but northeast Arkansas feels like home. After completing his family practice residency at the University of Oklahoma Medical College in Tulsa, Dr. Dow moved to Trumann to begin his career in a medically underserved community, which was a requirement of the National Health Service Scholarship he had received … Continue reading “Physician Spotlight: Dr. Timothy Dow”