HARRISON - Dr. Andrew Coble, Chief of Staff at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, is pleased to announce that the medical staff has elected Dr. Brent Rosson as Chief of Staff for 2023. Dr. Rosson succeeded Dr. Coble in January.
Dr. Brent Rosson, Board certified Staff Internist and Hospitalist, joined NARMC in 2017 and is the Medical Director for Hospice of the Hills and Hillcrest Nursing Home. He serves on the Hospitalist Oversight Committee, COVID-19 Committee, Clinic Executive Committee, Medical Executive Committee, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and Chairman of the Quality Improvement Committee.
Dr. Rosson is a 2009 graduate of University of Arkansas at Fayetteville where he was an All-SEC track and field high jumper for the Razorbacks and named Student-Athlete of the Year for the Men’s Athletic Department in 2009.
He graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock in 2014 where he also served as an Internal Medicine Resident from 2014-2017 until joining North Arkansas Regional Medical Center in 2017. Dr. Rosson’s desire was to move back home and serve in the community that had been so good to him and supported him throughout his younger years.
Since moving back to Harrison, Dr. Rosson joined the Goblin Athletic staff as one of the Goblin Team Physicians and has been a volunteer assistant coach for the Harrison Goblin track and field team and also sponsors the Rosson Invitational Track Meet each year for Junior High and High School teams across the state.
In 2021, Dr. Brent Rosson, was named as one of the John Paul Hammerschmidt Men of
Distinction for his dedication and service to this community.
In 2022, Dr. Rosson was one of three physicians at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center on the COVID-19 committee that won the prestigious “AHA Distinguished Service Award” for their contribution and willingness to serve our community and the five counties totaling over 95,000 people that NARMC serves.
As Chief of Staff for North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, Dr. Rosson will be responsible for coordination between the Medical Staff and the hospital’s Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors, review and enforcement of compliance with professional and ethical standards among Medical Staff members, and other duties related to the clinical quality and integrity of the Medical Staff.
Sammie Cribbs, President and CEO, says, “I am excited to work with Dr. Rosson, in his role as chief of staff in supporting our medical community. We are extremely blessed to have such an incredible team of medical providers in our community. Dr. Rosson’s blended practice of acute care medicine and outpatient treatments will enhance our team’s knowledge base as we work to support our medical staff and the exceptional care they provide to our community. It is an honor and a privilege for me to welcome Dr. Rosson to his role as chief of staff for North Arkansas Regional Medical Center.”