Beebe doctors thank cardiac cath lab staff

April 29, 2022

Beebe Healthcare is staffed by people who are committed to improving the health and well-being of our community. One of the most active units within the hospital is the cardiac catheterization laboratory. This unit is staffed by highly skilled nurses and technicians who make themselves available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Over the past year, the cath lab staff has been challenged with extraordinary increases in caseload and case complexity. The staff has risen to these challenges and worked diligently to provide exceptional care. The physician members of the Cardiology and Vascular Surgery service line wish to acknowledge and publicly thank the cath lab staff for their commitment to our community.

The cath lab staff includes the following individuals: Sara Adams, Sandy Aiken, Stephanie Barry, Amy Bradshaw, Sheri Branch, Jordana Bumgarner, Katie Cessna, Cynthia Clem, Donna Connor, Ellen Crockett, Jennifer Fitzcharles, Ann Marie Fleming, Jennifer Gunning, Tammy Kelly, Lori Kline, Lara Kwetkauskie, Kristen McTernan, Erica Njie, Michelle O’Donnell, Sol Oxman, Denise Pecora, Amy Prince, Jessica Rementer, Kyle Schlezes, Krista Schoener, Dana Schwartz, Curt Trapp, Brooke Wunderlich, Elizabeth Teutsch and Chelsea White.

Drs. George Dahr, Maria Pia Del Corral, Barry Denenberg, Jude Ediae, Mouhanad Freih, Ajith Kumar, Mwazhu "Ray" Kuretu, G. Rob Myers, Rajinder Prasad, Ehtasham Qureshi, R. Alberto Rosa, Michael Sabadish, Edward Stephenson, Kenneth Sunnergren, Kevin Caldwell, Carlos Neves and Sean Ryan
Members of the Cardiology and Vascular Surgery Department, Beebe Healthcare
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