Arkansas Urology CEO E. Scot Davis has been elected to the board of directors for the Large Urology Group Practice Association (LUGPA). Davis was named to the board during the organization’s annual meeting on November 7-9 in Chicago.
Davis has served as the CEO of Arkansas Urology since May 2013. Previously, he was the CFO of Baptist Medical Group and Northeast Arkansas Clinic in Jonesboro.
“Serving as CEO of a urology practice has allowed me to witness firsthand the unmatched passion of our independent physicians,” Davis said in a statement. “I now, more than ever, am dedicated to furthering, protecting and defending independent urologists and I believe I can honor that commitment through my service on the LUGPA Board of Directors.”
During the meeting, three individuals were reappointed to the board. These individuals include David Abdala of Syracuse, New York; Jeffery Spier, of El Paso, Texas; and Alan Winkler of San Antonio, Texas.
LUGPA represents independent urology group practices in the United States, accounting for approximately 2,200 urologists – or 25 percent of the total number of practicing urologists in the nation.