North Arkansas Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Andrew L. Coble, General Surgeon has joined the active medical staff.
Dr. Coble is returning home, not only to Harrison but also to NARMC. After graduation from Harrison High School in 1989, he was employed at NARMC for 16 years, first in Radiology, then in Emergency Medical Services as an EMT and later as a Paramedic and Paramedic Supervisor. Dr. Coble continued to work at NARMC part time during medical school winning many awards both individually and as a part of the EMS team over those years.
Dr. Coble earned his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. He went on to complete a five year Surgical Residency at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, GA, serving as a 5th year Administrative Chief Resident.
Dr. Coble’s Professional Associations/Awards include; Arkansas Paramedic of the Year, 2002, 1st Place Arkansas State Paramedic Competition, 1995, 1996, and 2000, American Medical Association, American College of Surgeons, Member North Arkansas College EMS Advisory Board, 1995-2002, Memorial Health University Medical Center Resident of the Year, 2008, MHUMC/Mercer University Resident Teaching Award, 2010-2011, MHUMC/Mercer University Overall Outstanding Resident Award, 2011 and 2012, and the MHUMC/Mercer University Humanism in Medicine and Excellence in Teaching, Arnold P. Gold Award, 2011.
Dr. Coble is married to Elizabeth and they enjoy two children; Shayla, age 21 and Andrew, age 16.
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center proudly extends a warm welcome to Dr. Andrew Coble and his family.