Arkansas National Guard Arrives at MANA Clinics

On Monday, January 10, 2022, four members of the Arkansas National Guard arrived at MANA Medical Associates in Fayetteville to aid with COVID testing and screening. The National Guard members will be at several of MANA’s clinics including Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics in Fayetteville, Family Medicine South in Fayetteville, and at two Urgent Care locations in Fayetteville. 

“Our staff were thrilled to receive help from the National Guard members,” said Paula Maxwell, Chief of Operations at MANA. “The recent surge has been hard on our staff, and we were already short staffed.”

With the recent surge in COVID cases over the last month, MANA has seen a significant increase in demand for COVID-19 testing. 

MANA is grateful to the Arkansas National Guard for their support! 

From left: Heather Center, MANA Urgent Care; Jennifer Barton, MANA Family Medicine; Paula Maxwell, Chief Operating Officer, MANA; Sergio Flores, National Guard; Nicklas Smith, National Guard; Jackson Watts, National Guard; Victor Labout, National Guard; Tabatha Willis, MANA Urgent Care; and Tiffany Thomas, Northwest Arkansas Pediatrics.