Ashley County Medical Center announced this week the addition of Dr. Sarahrose Webster to its surgical team.

A native of Seattle, Wa., Webster received her medical degree from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. Her residency training in General Surgery was completed at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.

“I want to be a town general surgeon who gets to do a little bit of everything and take care of the whole patient, and their family in the best way possible,” Webster said.

The American Board of Surgery certifies Webster. She is ATLS, ACLS, and PALS certified. She has been a practicing surgeon at Jefferson Regional Medical Center and served as a surgical instructor for UAMS-South Central Family Practice Residency Program.

As a general surgeon, Webster offers a wide variety of surgical services including lap and open cholecystectomies for gallbladder, lap and open appendectomies, open and hand assisted laparoscopic colon surgeries, placement of central lines, breast surgery- both benign and malignant, lower extremity amputations up to above the knee, amputation as needed for nonhealing wounds or infections from vascular disease or diabetes, repair of hernias, port placements, endoscopies, removal of skin lesions and cancers, and drainage of abscesses, among other things. She specializes in general surgery and digestive care.

“Having board certified general surgeon, Dr. Sarahrose Webster, join our ACMC team is a tremendous asset not only to Ashley County Medical Center, but to our region,” ACMC Chief Executive Officer Phillip Gilmore said. “Dr. Webster joining our community will enable families to continue to have their surgical care close to home.”

When Webster isn’t caring for her patients, she enjoys time outdoors with her children.

She will join ACMC on July 29.

Ashley Specialty General Surgery is located on the campus of Ashley County Medical Center, 1015 Unity Road, Crossett, AR 71635.

Webster will begin seeing patients in August. Call 870-364-0514 for more information.

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