Dr. Marcus Chu
Dr. Chu grew up in Helena, Arkansas. Dr. Chu’s wife is a native of Bryant and they made this their home in 2013. They have 2 beautiful children. He and his family enjoy the outdoors and hiking.
He obtained his masters of public health and medical degree at UAMS. He completed residency in Fayetteville in Family Medicine. He chose Family Medicine after completing his master’s program after better understanding how important prevention was. He enjoys managing chronic diseases and working with patients to find the right combination of lifestyle and medications to manage their chronic disease states. He enjoys seeing all disease processes. Each patient brings the opportunity to piece together a new puzzle. Dr. Chu enjoys talking and listening to patients to diagnose and recommend treatment.
Morgan J. (Hart) Stobaugh has been a practicing Family Nurse Practitioner since 2016. After graduating from Bryant High School, she entered the pre-nursing program at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Upon completion of her pre-nursing
courses, she then entered the Nursing program at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and in 2011 earned her Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing.
She began her nursing career in the Surgical/Trauma/Cardiovascular ICU at UAMS. She also worked parttime in the post-operative PACU at Arkansas Surgical Hospital. After a little over five years, Mrs. Stobaugh returned to school at UAMS and completed the requirements for a Master’s in Nursing with certification in Family Practice in 2016. Over the past seven years, she has received experience in men’s health, urgent care, and primary/family care.
She currently lives in Benton, Arkansas with her husband and two children. She enjoys providing healthcare to her community, but while she is out of the office, she enjoys spending time with her family at the lake and staying active. She is also an active member of Indian Springs Baptist Church in Bryant, Arkansas.