J. Dale Calhoon, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine (over 43 years in practice)

Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts- University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
  • Masters in Science from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
  • M.D. from University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS), Little Rock, AR

Internship: St. Vincent’s Infirmary, Little Rock Arkansas

Board Certified:

  • Diplomate American Board of Family Practice
  • Fellow of The Arkansas Academy of Family Practice

Scope of practice: Accepts patients to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Member of the American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Member of Arkansas Medical Society
  • Member of Pulaski County Medical Society.

Community and personal: Dr. Calhoon is a proud husband, father and grandfather; he has four children and ten grandchildren. Dr. Calhoon enjoys time with his family, time at his lake house boating, fishing, and hiking. To relax Dr. Calhoon will go to a grandchild’s extracurricular event or step out into his flourishing yard and do some gardening.

Richard L. Hayes, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine (in practice since 1982)

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Hendrix College.
  • Master of Science Degree from the University of Central Arkansas.
  • M.D. degree from the University Of Arkansas College Of Medicine. (UAMS)

Residency: Family Medicine at the University of Tennessee Department of Family Medicine in Jackson, Tennessee- 1979-1982

Board Certified: Diplomate American Board of Family Medicine 1982- Present

Scope of practice: Accepts patients starting at seven years of age to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians,
  • Past President of the Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians.
  • Senior Arkansas Delegate to the Congress of Delegates of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
  • Member of Arkansas Medical Society
  • Member of Pulaski County Medical Society.

Community and personal: He is an instrument rated multiengine private pilot, he enjoys trout fishing as well as duck and turkey hunting.

Aniel H. House, M.D.

Specialties: General Medicine (over 35 years in practice)

Education:

  • B.A. in Biology from Hendrix College.
  • M.D. from University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS)

Internship: University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS)

Scope of practice: Accepts patients starting at two to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Member of the Arkansas Medical Society
  • Member of the Pulaski County Medical Society.

Community and personal: Dr. House is a proud husband, father and grandfather; he has two children and three grandchildren. Dr. House enjoys time with his family, time in the woods hunting and fishing. To relax Dr. House will take a flight in his Piper Arrow.

Alan C. Johnston, M.D.

Specialties: Family medicine (over 15 years in practice)

Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Chemistry at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
  • Master of Science (MS) in Biochemistry at University of Arkansas Little Rock (UALR).
  • M.D. from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS).

Residency: University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Area Health Education Centers South West- Texarkana

Scope of practice: Accepts patients of all ages, newborn to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, commercial and industrial physicals, and workers compensation injuries.

Professional associations:

  • Member of the American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Member of the Arkansas Medical Society
  • Member of the Pulaski County Medical Society

Community and personal: Dr. Johnston is married with four grown children. He and his family enjoy being outdoors, which includes: hunting, fishing, canoeing, and camping. Dr. Johnston also enjoys following all Razorback sports and the St. Louis Cardinals and enjoys playing golf.

Miriam G. Morse, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine (over 25 years in practice)

Education:

  • Bachelor of Medical science Concordia College and University Of Alberta
  • M.D. from University of Alberta Medical School.
  • F.C.F.P. (Fellowship College Family Physicians)

Residency: Edmonton General Hospital.

Board Certified: Certificant and Fellow (2005) of the Canadian College of Family Physicians 1986- Present

Scope of practice: Accepts patients starting at two years of age to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, botox, microdermabrasion, laser hair and tattoo reduction, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Arkansas Medical Society.
  • Holds A Certificate and a Fellowship in Family Medicine from the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

Community and personal: Dr. Morse spends her free time with friends and is an active member in her church.

Mark A. Peterson, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine (over 25 years in practice)

Education:

  • B.S. of Science at University of Arkansas Little Rock
  • M.D. University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS)

Residency: University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS) Department of Family and Community Medicine.

Board Certified: Diplomate American Board of Family Practice 1987- 2007

Scope of practice: Accepts patients of all ages, newborn to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Associate in the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences (UAMS) Department of Family and Community Medicine.
  • Member of the Arkansas Medical Society
  • Member of the Pulaski County Medical Society

Community and personal: Dr. Peterson is a proud husband, father and grandfather; he has two children and one grandchild. He is a long distance runner and recently ran a half marathon in Little Rock, AR. Dr. Peterson enjoys time with his family, time in the water, he is an American Sailing Association Captain licensed for off shore sailing and recently sailed his longest trip to date. To relax Dr. Peterson enjoys working with his hands, such as carpentry and welding, building things for his home.

Robert R. Ritchie, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine (over 25 years in practice)

Education:

  • BS in Chemistry from Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • MA in Chemistry from University of Arkansas Little Rock
  • M.D. from University of Arkansas Medical Science (UAMS)

Residency: Family Medicine at the John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth, Texas.

Scope of practice: Accepts patients of all ages, newborn to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Board Certified: Diplomate American Board of Family Practice 1986- Present

Professional associations:

  • Member of the American Academy of Family Physicians,
  • Member of the Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians,
  • Member of the Arkansas Medical Society
  • Member of the Pulaski County Medical Society.
  • Member of Alpha Omega Alpha

Community and personal: Dr. Ritchie is a proud husband, father and grandfather; he has three children and four grandchildren. Dr. Ritchie enjoys time with his family, and spending time in the woods hunting and fishing, and shooting skeet. To relax Dr. Ritchie enjoys yard work and sitting down with a good book.

Aaron Roberds, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine

Education:

  • Doctor of Medicine, University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Campus

Residency: University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Campus

Scope of practice: Accepts patients of all ages, newborn to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Member of the American Medical Association
  • Member of the Arkansas Medical Society
  • Member of the Pulaski County Medical Society.

Community and personal:

Harold K. Short, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine (over 35 years in practice)

Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Hendrix College, Conway, AR, 1974
  • Doctor of Medicine, University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Campus, 1978

Residency: Family Medicine, active duty naval officer, United States Naval Reserve, Naval Aerospace and Regional Medical Center, Pensacola, Florida, 1978 to 1981

Board Certified: Diplomate, American Board of Family Medicine,1981- Present

Scope of practice: Accepts patients of all ages, newborn to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Arkansas Medical Society
  • Pulaski County Medical Society.

Community and personal: Dr. Short is a devoted husband and proud father of four sons. He and his family are all avid golfers and diehard Razorback fans. He also enjoys hunting and fishing, as well as recreational target shooting.

Alan R. Storeygard, M.D.

Specialties: Family Medicine (over 35 years in practice)

Education:

  • B.S. in chemistry from the University of Minnesota
  • M.D. Mayo-Medical School, Rochester, Minnesota

Residency: Duke- Watts Family Medicine Program in Durham, North Carolina

Board Certified: Diplomate American Board of Family Practice 1980- Present

Scope of practice: Accepts patients starting at two years of age to geriatrics, for preventative care, acute and urgent care, chronic disease management, wellness, minor office procedures, etc.

Professional associations:

  • Member and Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice
  • Member of the Arkansas Medical Society
  • Chairman of the North Metro Medical Center PHO (Physician Hospital Organization).
  • Member of Pulaski County Medical Association

Community and personal: Dr. Storeygard is married, and father of two. In addition to practicing medicine Dr. Storeygard is a pianist who has played in Carnegie Hall twice. He is a voting member of the Recording Academy (Grammys) and has recorded four CDs that are available worldwide on the internet. Dr. Storeygard is an active member in his church here in Jacksonville, AR. To relax Dr. Storeygard enjoys doing artistic wood work.