Dr. John Brizzolara recently joined Washington Regional Ozark Urology Clinic in Fayetteville. He received his medical degree and completed his urology residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He is board certified by the American Board of Urology and a member of the American Urologic Association and American College of Surgeons.
Jo Beth Saulsbury, a physical therapist in the neonatal intensive care unit at Washington Regional Medical Center, earned designation as a certified neonatal therapist by the Neonatal Therapy National Certification Board. She earned a bachelor's degree in health sciences and a doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Central Arkansas. She is also certificated in neonatal touch and massage therapy.
Participants in the Leadership Springdale program Class XXV are: Andrew Baker, United Bank; Erica Betancourt, APAC-Central; Bryan Bova, Flintco; Roxana Buck, First Security Bank; Joshua Danish, Cromwell Architects Engineers; Marshall Dinan, Cargill; Patti Dodrill, Truity Credit Union; Ashley Earhart, City of Springdale; Robin Eason, NWTI; Branson Evans, Level 5 Design Group; Tina Frye, Signature Bank of Arkansas; Silvia Garcia, First National Bank; Jonathan Gilbert, Nabholz; Westley Graham, Ozarks Electric/OzarksGo; Elizabeth Hernandez, Mercy Northwest; Meredith Joseph, Jones Center; Carey Lingenfelter, Home Instead Senior Care; Kevin Maestri, Midtown Associates; Carina Maqueda, Chambers Bank; William Andrew McDonald, Ozark Regional Transit; Crystal McDonald, Springdale Police; Matthew McDowell, Rockline Industries; Trent Oelschlaeger, Harps Food Store; Amber Partee, Armstrong Bank; Christy Queary, Arvest Bank; Erika Carrasco-Quezada, Arvest Bank; Brandon Rush, ESI, Inc.; Jim Schug, Multi-Craft Contractors; Raven Simmons, Georges, Inc.; Jennifer Steele, Simple Solar; Austin Thomas, City of Springdale; Shannon Tisher, Springdale Schools; Albert Tjoclinton, Milestone Construction; Adriana Torres, Legacy National Bank; Serafin Vega, Cargill; Christopher White, Community Clinic; Josh Whittle, Whittle Truck Sales; Marsha Woodard, Black Hills Energy; Beth Wright, Northwest Health; and Derek Wright, Springdale Police.
Terry Lawson, Safety and Emergency Manager at Washington Regional, was elected to the Arkansas Department of Health's Hospital Preparedness Program. Lawson will serve as co-leader of the program's northwest region. He earned an applied science degree in fire protection from Garland County Community College and is a certified Healthcare Safety Professional by the International Board for Certification of Safety Managers. He worked for the Fayetteville Fire Department for 28 years where he was a battalion chief, was a certified instructor by the Arkansas Fire Training Academy, an Emergency Medical Technician, Fire Marshal, graduate of the Washington County Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement certification course and a member of the Washington County Local Emergency Planning Committee.
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