A Southern Arkansas University graduate has joined the Mercy Clinic Family Medicine Center in Ozark as a family physician.
Dr. Hannah Eveld earned her undergraduate degree at SAU, graduating summa cum laude. She received her medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.
Dr. Eveld was chief resident during her residency with UAMS West in Fort Smith.
Her work experience includes serving as a volunteer EMT in Ozark. She was employed as a laboratory assistant and pharmacy technician in Magnolia, and had an internship in anesthesiology at UAMS.
Dr. Eveld’s family medicine practice will include the care of newborns. Dr. Eveld said she believes in expanding the quality health care already found at Mercy Clinic Family Medicine – Ozark.
“I hope to deliver quality care for the whole family by building upon the foundation of exceptional adult health care that exists in Ozark and by opening new opportunities for children of all ages to receive quality care close to home,” she said. “My goal is to give ‘big city care’ with ‘small town service’ and values for everyone.”
Dr. Eveld added that she loves that her job is to take care of people every day.
“I enjoy the mix of meeting new people and getting to know them and their families while enjoying the complexity and fascination of the science of medicine,” she said.
Eveld and her husband, Kyle, make their home in Ozark.