BATESVILLE – To better serve patients and create a more efficient workflow for caregivers, White River Health’s (WRH) clinic division is creating a Specialty clinic at 2202 Main Street in Mountain View, the former location of Stone County Primary Care.
Beginning August 21, John Lambert, MD, will relocate his General Surgery practice and Ronald Tilley, MD and Delana Meeler, APRN, will relocate Pain Management care to White River Health Specialty Care.
Lambert, has been with WRH since 1981. He completed his residency at The
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock, as well as his Doctor of Medicine. He is a diplomate and American Board of Surgery Fellow for the American College of Surgeons.
Ronald Tilley, MD, and Delana “Dee” Meeler, APRN started seeing patients at the WRH Pain Management Clinic in Mountain View in 2019. Dr. Tilley received his Doctor of Medicine from UAMS. He has been a member of the Pain Management Review Committee for Arkansas State Medical Board since 2014.
Meeler earned a Master of Science in Nursing from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Downers Grove, Illinois, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She is board-certified by the American Nurse Credentialing Center.
WRH Specialty Care is located at 2202 East Main Street in Mountain View. The clinic is open Monday through Thursday from 8AM – 4:30PM. Patients are accepted by referral from their primary care provider. For more information, call (870) 269-6495.
White River Health (WRH) is an independent, not-for-profit healthcare system serving residents throughout North Central Arkansas. White River Health includes White River Medical Center in Batesville, Stone County Medical Center in Mountain View, outpatient facilities, primary care and specialty physician office practices, and Senior Life Centers. WRH is a member of the Premier Alliance, the American Hospital Association, and the Arkansas Hospital Association and licensed by the Arkansas Department of Health.