Arkansas hospital seeks orthopedic surgeon

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Magnolia (Ark.) Regional Medical Center is looking to recruit an orthopedic surgeon, according to the Magnolia Reporter.

According to its website, the hospital currently has two orthopedic surgeons — D'Orsay Bryant, MD, and Kenneth Gati, MD.

General surgeon Anselm Tintinu, MD, was recently onboarded and will begin seeing patients July 6.

In May, the hospital ended the month with a negative EBIDTA of $390,239 and $1,286,962 in net revenue, according to the Magnolia Reporter.

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