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Two join Conway Regional network

Savannah Bradbury, PA, has joined the Conway Regional Neuroscience Center.

A registered nurse practitioner and a physician assistant have joined the Conway Regional Health System specialty clinic network.

Savannah Bradbury, PA, joined the Conway Regional Neuroscience Center, where she will practice alongside Dr. Regan Gallaher, neuro spine surgeon.

“I am excited for the opportunity to work with Dr. Gallaher,” said Bradbury. “I have a passion for helping others and neuro spine surgery allows us to create a plan for patients to get back to the things they love.”

Bradbury previously worked at Conway Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Clinic. She completed the Physician Assistant Program at Harding University in Searcy in 2013. Bradbury lives in Greenbrier with her husband, Ryan, and son.

Amy Broyles, APRN, joined the Conway Regional Advanced Pain Management Center. She practices alongside Drs. Brad Lindsey, Jonathan Lee and Jevin Smith.

Amy Broyles, APRN, has joined the Conway Regional Advanced Pain Management Center.

“I am eager to continue working at Conway Regional, now as an APRN,” said Broyles. “I enjoy working with Drs. Lindsey, Lee and Smith, and I look forward to collaborating with them as a provider.”

Broyles worked as a registered nurse in the Ambulatory Surgery Center at Conway Regional while achieving a master of science in nursing-family practitioner degree at the University of Central Arkansas in 2017. She has also worked for several years as a registered nurse in the Conway Regional Nursery. Broyles lives in Greenbrier with her husband, Nathan, and two children.

“We are happy to welcome both Savannah and Amy to our growing medical staff,” said Rebekah Fincher, chief administrative officer at Conway Regional.

“Both the Neuroscience Center and Pain Management Center are closely related services, in addition to both being areas of growth for Conway Regional. The integration of both providers allows us to continue to grow access to care in these clinics.”

Physician assistants and advanced registered nurses are licensed medical providers trained to examine, diagnose and treat medical problems. They order and interpret tests, perform procedures and prescribe medications under the guidance of physicians.

The Conway Regional Neuroscience Center is located in Suite 305 of the Conway Regional Surgery Center, 2200 Ada Ave. For more information or an appointment, call 501.932.0352.

The Conway Regional Advanced Pain Management Center is located in Suite 304 of the Medical Tower of Conway Regional Medical Center, 525 Western Ave.  For more information or an appointment, call 501.358.6560.