CONWAY, Ark. (Nov. 7, 2017) – Deepali Tukaye, MD, PhD, a board certified interventional cardiologist, has joined doctors Don Steely and Lensey Scott in practice at the Conway Regional Cardiovascular Clinic.
“We are thrilled to have Dr. Tukaye join the Cardiovascular Clinic. Dr. Tukaye’s extensive knowledge and training is another great addition to our team and will expand our capacity to manage cardiovascular patients locally,” said Matt Troup, president and CEO of Conway Regional Health System. “At Conway Regional, we pride ourselves on managing patient needs in Conway and the addition of Dr. Tukaye is an extension of our commitment to our community.”
Dr. Tukaye comes to Conway Regional from CHI-St. Vincent. She completed a fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at Emory University in Atlanta and a fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine from The Ohio State University in Columbus. She also completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Louisville and has a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Physiology from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
“I am excited to get started at Conway Regional and I look forward to working with Drs. Steely and Scott for the community,” said Dr. Tukaye. “I have found people in Conway to be very welcoming and look forward to providing outstanding cardiovascular care to Faulkner County and the surrounding area.”
Cardiologists treat patients who have risks or symptoms of cardiovascular diseases such as heart failure, heart attacks, angina and heart valve problems. They also treat patients with leg pain and peripheral artery disease, a common circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to the limbs.
For more information about Dr. Tukaye or cardiovascular services available at the Conway Regional Cardiovascular Clinic, call (501) 358-6905. The clinic is located in suite 202 of the Conway Regional Medical Center.
About Conway Regional
Conway Regional Health System provides complete health care services to the growing communities of north Central Arkansas, centered on a 150-bed acute care medical center. The not-for-profit medical center serves patients with comprehensive care including cardiovascular surgery, cancer diagnosis and treatment, women’s services, and rehabilitation therapy services. Additional components of the health system include Conway Regional Rehabilitation Hospital, a home health agency, an all-digital outpatient imaging center, an outpatient surgery center, senior mental health services, eight primary care clinics, an after-hours clinic and one of the largest hospital-owned fitness centers in the nation. Nearly 1,800 babies were born last year at Conway Regional and the Emergency Department is one of the busiest in Arkansas with more than 40,000 visits in 2016. Conway Regional is an independent health system governed by a local volunteer board and managed by CHI St. Vincent. Learn more at www.ConwayRegional.org.