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NARMC Nurse Practitioner Jessica Graddy Offers Quality Care and has Over 20 Years of Experience

Nurse Practitioner Jessica Graddy at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center's (NARMC) Family Doctors' Clinic has over 20 years of experience in the medical field and is accepting new patients.

Graddy appeared on KHOZ's "Around The Table" on Wednesday to talk about her work. She has worked at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center for 23 years, according to the hospital's Kim Rosson, who also appeared on the program.

The nurse practitioner sees patients of all types. That includes newborns and the elderly. As if she wasn't busy enough, Graddy has aided in the building of a program for the hospital.

A weight management program was given to her by the hospital with the hope that she would build it. The program focuses on making weight loss drugs affordable and providing other solutions.

It's not just about weight loss drugs. Graddy explained that the program addresses other paths to dropping the pounds, like exercise and diet.

While she has been with NARMC for over 20 years, Graddy moved into the clinic around two years ago. Graddy has wide-ranging experience.

She launched into nursing school at working at Harrison's hospital simultaneously in 2001. She became a registered nurse in 2003. More was discussed on the broadcast.

The full interview with Graddy and Rosson is on the "Around The Table" Facebook Page.

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