September's Featured Physician is
Since 1987, Dr. Bradley G. Campbell has been practicing internal medicine. After attending the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine in 1984, Campbell spent the next 3 years completing his residency at The University of Illinois hospital in Chicago. It was then; Dr. Campbell began his practice in his home town of Alton, IL, where he spent the next 20 years.
After practicing in Fayetteville, AR, as a hospitalist, Dr. Campbell found his niche here at Stilwell Memorial Hospital. “Every experience in its own way is beneficial. I enjoyed working with medicine in different environments. Here I can have more of a relationship with my patients.”
The quality care you deserve,
right in your hometown.
We provide an inpatient, 24 hour /7 day a week comprehensive structured treatment program involving a multi-disciplinary team for aging adults experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties. Our program encourages the cooperation and participation of patients and their family members. During this time of adjustment for not only patients, but their families as well, Bridges staff does their very best to ensure both comfort and security. It takes special people to care for the elderly. The employees of Memorial Hospital's Bridges Unit are some of the most caring and patient healthcare providers today.
Providing care to our geriatric
community since 2010.
The physicians and staff at Memorial Hospital's Physicians Clinic are dedicated to providing the best possible care to our community. We are committed to treating each individual with the respect and compassion they deserve as well as the time and attention they should expect from our dedicated team. Our growing number of physicians practice in specialties ranging from family and internal medicine to orthopedic surgery and psychiatry. These are the men and women who have dedicated their lives to the health of others. Let Memorial Hospital help find the right physician to meet your medical needs.
Dr. Campbell enjoyed researching metabolism, vitamin K, and blood clotting. He has published works on these subjects. As a general internist Dr. Campbell is capable of handling the broad and comprehensive spectrum of illnesses that affect adults. In his area of expertise, not only does Dr. Campbell promote overall wellness, but he is also able to diagnose and treat both chronic and acute illnesses.
Along with medicine, some of Dr. Campbell’s general interests include ICC hockey, gardening, and beekeeping. He is on the Northwest Arkansas traveling hockey team for men over 40. He admits to having several projects started at once, but on the top of the list is a Fender guitar he is revamping. He and his wife, Sarah, are currently working on some home improvement projects. They have 2 children, Lydia and Christian, both of whom attend the University of Arkansas.
Contact us: (918) 696 3101
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