HOT SPRINGS — Dr. Tamra Stall has announced her plans to leave Bath Community Hospital.
In late November, Jeff Lingerfelt, Bath Community Hospital CEO, received notice from Dr. Stall that she will be leaving the Hot Springs organization at the end of the year.
Lingerfelt stated that he appreciated Dr. Stalls contributions to this community and her commitment to her patients.
“Multiple people have told me that they love her as their provider. Even though she has chosen to leave BCH, she will continue to be part of our medical staff,” said Lingerfelt.
“One thing I know is that I will miss from my time here at Bath Community Hospital is my patients and the friendships I have made,” said Dr. Stall.
Letters have been sent out to Stall’s patients notifying them of this change and to assist them in changing their primary care provider.
Lingerfelt stated, “I am delighted that Drs. Wall and Monroe will begin seeing patients at the Hot Springs Clinic. Both are great physicians and are looking forward to expanding their practices to Hot Springs.”
“In the short time that I’ve been here, Dr. Stall has been a pleasure to work with at BCH. Her professionalism, calm demeanor and compassion for our patients will be missed,” said Lingerfelt.
He continued, “I wish nothing but the best for Dr. Stall and her family as they prepare for this new chapter in their lives.”
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