Arkansas Urology has named a new chief clinical service officer for its health network.
Nic Joubert has been named to the role, where he will oversee the clinic services for all of Arkansas Urology’s 15 clinics state-wide.
“Nic’s knowledge of day-to-day operations in the health care system makes him an asset to Arkansas Urology,” Scot Davis, CEO of Arkansas Urology, said in a statement. “He possesses a proven track record of launching successful clinics and effectively managing and working alongside his staff. His expertise will continue to elevate our level of patient care.”
Joubert previously served at UAMS, running its cardiovascular surgery department and later serving as director of its value analysis department.
He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a bachelor’s degree and began working at UAMS as an operating nurse, as well as at CHI St. Vincent. He was later named the neurosurgery supervisor at CHI St. Vincent. He joined UAMS to take the cardiovascular surgery position.
According to an Arkansas Urology news release, the health system treats approximately 105,000 patients a year at its facilities.