CARTI has named two new members to its senior management team, according to Adam Head, president and chief executive officer of the statewide network of cancer care providers.
Patti Moser has joined CARTI as vice president of medical oncology, while Jeremy Land will serve as vice president of radiation oncology.
“We could not be more pleased to have both Patti and Jeremy on board at CARTI,” said Head. “Each of them brings the sort of credentials, leadership and experience that will undoubtedly contribute to the continued growth and success of our organization, and we believe they both will prove to be valuable additions to the leadership team.”
A Kansas native, Moser received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Wichita State University and is both a registered nurse and oncology certified nurse. Moser went on to earn a Master’s of Public Health degree from California College for Health Sciences.
Prior to joining CARTI, Moser most recently served as chief operating officer of Sarah Cannon Cancer Center at TriStar Centennial Medical Center in Nashville.
Moser and her husband, Paul, live in Little Rock.
Land is a Louisiana native who earned a Bachelor of Science in Radiology Technology at Northwestern State University and completed an advanced certification in radiation therapy at the CARTI School of Radiation Therapy. Land also holds a Master’s of Business Administration degree from Colorado State University.
Before returning to Arkansas and CARTI, Land worked as regional director of oncology services for the South Denver Operating Group of Centura Health in Denver.
Land currently resides in Ward, Arkansas with his wife, Krystal, and their three children.
CARTI is a not-for-profit, multi-disciplinary cancer care provider offering medical and surgical oncology, diagnostic radiology and radiation oncology at locations throughout the state to provide convenient access for cancer patients.
Chemotherapy is offered in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Benton, Clinton, Conway, El Dorado, Heber Springs, Russellville and Stuttgart. Radiation therapy is offered in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway, Mountain Home and Searcy.
The CARTI Foundation was incorporated in 1983 as a non-profit organization to assist CARTI in meeting the current and future needs of Arkansas cancer patients and their families.
For more information, visit CARTI.com.