Team New Hope: Our Little Rock Location
We’re showcasing our Little Rock New Hope Prosthetics & Orthotics location and its incredible staff! We’ve been located in Little Rock’s Midtown district for 8 years, and you’ll find our office across the street from Catholic High’s football field. We’re in close proximity to both UAMS and St. Vincent’s Infirmary to provide convenience for our patients.
Our Little Rock location now serves as our corporate office and employs ten individuals. Here you’ll find our management team, including our Chief Operating Officer, Scott Irvin, and our Regional Administrator, Jane Talley. Our central fabrication division is also located here; this is where we fabricate and produce all of the top-notch products that our patients receive at all of our clinics. We pride ourselves on the high-quality products we create here.
Dan Crowder is our lead Prosthetist and has been a fixture in the Little Rock Prosthetic Community for many years. You’ll also find Becky Howell and Tonya Delargy, who are the first faces that our patients will see when they walk through the door.
Charlene Vick serves in our billing department, and she is the individual who our patients will speak with regarding any sort of financial questions. When asked why she is a part of our team, she said, “New Hope treats patients as family. The health and well-being of our patients is our top priority. Everyone who works here is compassionate and caring.”
Our Little Rock location treats all prosthetic and orthotic patient needs, ranging from custom inserts to microprocessing prosthetics. Our greatest volume of patients here, however, are composed of prosthetic patients.
Here at New Hope, we want every new patient to know that they will receive top-of-the-line care from our excellent and experienced staff. All patients are family here! We are available to discuss all parts of the prosthetics process, from pre-operative consultation to the patient receiving their new prosthesis. Truly, like our commercials say, “It is our family taking care of yours.”
What does #MakeHopeHappen mean to us here? We’ll do whatever it takes to care for patients regardless of the situation or any setbacks. Together, we create hope to help them lead happier, healthier, and productive lives.