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story.lead_photo.caption Dr. Keith Allen Norvill - Submitted photo

Dr. Keith Allen Norvill has joined the team of neurosurgeons at the CHI St. Vincent Neurosurgery Clinic in Hot Springs.

Norvill brings more than 20 years of experience in the field, including 19 years of service with the United States Army Reserve Medical Corps, according to a news release.

"CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs is honored to have Dr. Norvill join the team of incredible neurosurgeons caring for our community," CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs President Dr. Doug Ross said in the release. "His dedication to the treatment and management of spinal pathology and brain pathology will help us continually enhance the care we provide to patients in southwest Arkansas."

Norvill joins CHI St. Vincent from Dane Street, a national independent medical evaluation and peer review organization in Boston. He previously served eight years as a physician in Colorado at Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo and Centura Health in Colorado Springs. Norvill began his career as a neurosurgeon with Neurocare Network in Nacogdoches, Texas.

After attending medical school at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Mo., Norvill completed his postgraduate training at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, Hermann Hospital in Houston and Doctor's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

Norvill is now seeing patients at the CHI St. Vincent Neurosurgery Clinic in Hot Springs located at 1 Mercy Lane, Suite 502, offering the most advanced care to patients with diseases of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves or muscles. To schedule an appointment with Norvill, call 501-321-1329.

Business on 02/03/2020

Print Headline: Norvill joins CHI St. Vincent Neurosurgery Clinic in Hot Springs

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