Drs. Jack Fendley, Greg Henson, and Robert Stanley began practicing medicine at the Baptist Health Comprehensive Care Clinic in North Little Rock on April 2. All three are established internal medicine physicians who will be using their expertise to treat seniors, provide adult primary care, and facilitate transition of care from hospital discharges.
The providers at Baptist Health Comprehensive Care Clinic work closely with pharmacists, dietitians, and other specialists to provide comprehensive holistic care to patients 55 and older. In addition, the clinic has an on-site lab and digital X-ray equipment for their patients’ convenience.
Fendley has practiced internal medicine for more than 35 years in central Arkansas. Board-certified in internal medicine, Fendley specializes in osteoporosis and bone density testing. He received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Henson received his medical degree and completed his residency in internal medicine at UAMS. He has practiced medicine for more than 20 years.
A life-long resident of Arkansas, Stanley received his medical degree with a specialty in internal medicine from UAMS and has practiced medicine since 1992.
Fendley, Henson, and Stanley joined the existing staff of two advanced practice clinicians – Amanda Rogers, APRN, and Jessica Strack, PA-C.
Baptist Health Comprehensive Care Clinic is located at 3500 Spring Hill Drive, Suite 100, across the street from Baptist Health Medical Center-North Little Rock. The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.