Suh H. Niba, MD
Hospitalist , Prime Hospitalist Group
Dr. Niba is originally from Cameroon, he is married. Dr. Niba attended Medical School in Germany at Free University in Berlin. He went to residency in Fort Smith at UAMS - West in 2005. Dr. Niba was a Family Practice physician from 2005- 2017 and is now a full-time hospitalist. Dr. Niba is Board Certified in Family Medicine, is a member of the Arkansas Medical Society and the Crawford Count Medical Society.
A. Nasser Adjei, MD
Cheif Cardiologist, Sparks Health System
Dr. Adjei is married with 2 children. Dr. Adjei attended the College of Physicians ans Surgeons of Columbia University in New York, as well as, State University of New York. Dr. Adjei developed the Radial Intervention program at Sparks Health System. He is also a member of Fellow of American College of Cardiology. Dr. Adjei accomplishments are as follows:
Congressional Honor Record - 2001
Healthcare Leadership Award - 2015
Steve-Felix Belinga, MD
Neurological Chairman, Mercy Clinic
Steve-Felix Belinga, MD is the Neurological Department Chair for Mercy Clinic Fort Smith. He is from Cameroon, Dr. Belinga is responsible for creating a Certified Stroke Program for Mercy Health Systems Fort Smith. He and his spouse have 6 children. Dr. Belinga is also the owner of BelCorp, LLC, a real estate company.
Dan Long, Pharmacist
Owner, Vaughn Pharmacy
Dan lives in Van Buren, AR and attended college at SWOSU in Weatherford, OK as well as OSU (Ohio State University). Dan is married and has 2 children.
Case Manager, Sparks Health System
Jayce is from Panama, OK she is married to Scott for over 17 years and has 3 children; Kaylee 15, Garrett 14, Karon 4. Jayce has her BSN from ATU. Jacye is a member of the American Academy of Care Managers.