Emergency Physician with Wound Care/Hyperbarics expertise
Medical Director in Clinical and Pharmaceutical Industries
Licensed in Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas
About Dr. Barton
Care Comes First
A life-long resident of Rogers, AR, Katherine Newland Barton left the area in 1991 to pursue her educational goals. After practicing in Chicago for almost a decade, she returned home in 2008. She is residency-trained and Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, and is Medical Director of the Plasma Center in Bentonville, AR
Rogers High School Class of 1991
Bachelor of Science in Biology at St. Mary's of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, 1991-1995
Medical Degree from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR, 1995-1999
Recipient of "Excellence in Emergency Medicine" Award, 1999.
Class Vice President for 4 years
Resurrection Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Chicago, IL, 1999-2002
A 3-year training program emphasizing acute severe illness and traumatic injuries. Specialized training in Neurology, Psychiatry, Neonatal/Pediatric/Adult/Traumatic Intensive Care, Cardiology, Surgery, OB/Gyn, as well as primary care.
Medical Director and Attending Physician
Seasoned physician with over 20 years of experience across multiple settings from Level 1 trauma centers to critical access hospitals. Efficiently manages multiple conflicting critical emergencies, coordinates multi-specialty teams, and prioritizes the patients' needs while maintaining a collegial and warm atmosphere.
Attending Physician, Emergency Department, 2002-current
Medical Director Plasma Center 2019-current
Medical Director of Wound Care and Hyperbarics center 2017-2023
Medical Director of Emergency Department Services 2008-2013
Currently licensed in Arkansas, Missouri and Texas
Medical Chart review/Second Opinion Services
Consultation services in Legal Review, Medical Devices, Quality Review, Case Review, Healthcare Reform issues
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