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New nurse practitioner joins adult medicine clinic

by Special to the News-Times | July 19, 2021 at 8:30 p.m.
Julie Wylie, APRN

South Arkansas Physician Services Practice Administrator Danna Taylor announced Monday that Julie Wylie, APRN, has joined South Arkansas Adult Medicine Clinic as an Adult Medicine Nurse Practitioner.

Wylie has been a nurse practitioner for over 14 years, with experience in specialty care clinics including cardiology, nephrology and cardiothoracic post-operation surgical care.

As an adult medicine primary care provider, Wylie specializes in the treatment of adults ages 18 years of age and older. Her focus is to prevent, diagnose and treat a range of health conditions and diseases, from simple to complex and from acute to chronic.

Born and raised in Camden, Wylie and her family now reside in El Dorado.

Wylie is currently President of Arkansas Nurse Practitioner Association and has been on the board of directors for the past five years in various roles. Wylie received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and a Masters of Science as an Adult Health Nurse Practitioner at Texas Woman’s University in Dallas.

“I am looking forward to providing much needed primary care services for my community and giving back to the many people who have had a significant impact on my life because they are the reason I got into health care in the first place. I am thankful for the opportunity for patients to entrust me with managing all aspects of their health care and working together towards the common goal of maintaining good health,” Wylie said.

Wylie will be joining South Arkansas Adult Medicine Clinic with Internal Medicine physician Joseph DeLuca and Adult Medicine Nurse Practitioner Tiffany Lucas. The clinic is located in the Grove Medical Complex at 620 W. Grove St., Suite 202 on the Medical Center of South Arkansas campus. South Arkansas Adult Medicine Clinic is part of South Arkansas Physician Services, a division of MCSA.

“We are extremely pleased that Julie decided to join South Arkansas Adult Medicine Clinic,” Taylor said. “Julie is already highly respected by both her peers and patients in south Arkansas. Patients choose to see Julie for her excellent care and compassionate bedside manner.We are proud to expand South Arkansas Adult Medicine Clinic and continue to offer high quality primary care services for our community.”

Wylie is accepting new patients at the South Arkansas Adult Medicine Clinic. For more information or to make an appointment, call 870-863-2340or visit southarkansasphysicians.com.


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