Dr. Bradley C. Houston joins Arkansas Urology practice in Conway

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Oct. 6, 2022) — Arkansas
Urology, the state’s most innovative and largest
urology practice, announced today that Dr. Bradley C.
Houston has joined its practice in Conway. A graduate
of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and
the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in
Memphis, Tenn., Dr. Houston began seeing patients at
Arkansas Urology’s Conway and Russellville locations
on Aug. 29.

“We are proud that an accomplished young urologist
like Dr. Brad Houston would choose to begin his
medical career with Arkansas Urology,” said Arkansas
Urology CEO E. Scot Davis. “From our first meeting
with him, it was clear that Dr. Houston was a standout
candidate. With his education and experience,
particularly in the area of next-generation treatments
for urologic cancers, we knew he would be a worthy
addition to our team. We’re excited to see him put his
knowledge, caring and expertise to work helping urology patients in Conway and
Central Arkansas.”

Houston obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Arkansas in
Fayetteville in 2011. After graduating with honors with a Master of Public Health
from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in 2013, he went on to
receive his M.D. from UAMS in 2017. While in medical school, Houston was a
recipient of a Barton Foundation Scholarship, one of the oldest and most prestigious
awards offered by the College of Medicine.

Houston completed a general surgery internship in 2018 followed by a urology
residency in June 2022, both at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center
in Memphis, Tenn. During his residency, Dr. Houston co-authored several extensive
research papers and presentations on the treatment of prostate and kidney cancer.About Arkansas Urology

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