The first full-time Infectious Disease specialty physician in Hot Springs.

A native Arkansan, Dr. Kathy Liverett moved to Hot Springs to establish her full time Infectious Disease practice in August 2013. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, and her medical degree from UAMS in Little Rock, where she also completed her residency and internship for Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. She received fellowship training in the area of adult and pediatric infectious diseases at UAMS, John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital and Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Liverett has medical staff privileges at National Park Medical Center, a comprehensive 166-bed acute care hospital providing care to the region since 1954 which is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. The hospital’s Adult Inpatient Rehab department has earned five consecutive accreditations from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, one of only a few programs in Arkansas to achieve this accreditation. To learn more, visit the hospital’s website at www.NationalParkMedical.com

Dr. Liverett sees both adult and pediatric patients, both at her office and in the hospital setting.  To learn more about Dr. Liverett and the services of Hot Springs Infectious Disease Clinic, please browse our website or call us at 501-620-4436.

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