Doctors Manojna Konda, M.D. and Vivek Yadala, M.D. become part of UAMS Baptist Health Cancer Network

Expanded Cancer Services at UAMS Baptist Health: Adding Top Medical Oncologists Enhances Patient Care

In recent years, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has expanded its cancer services to Baptist Health locations with the addition of two medical oncologists, Manojna Konda, M.D., and Vivek Yadala, M.D. Konda is now treating patients at the UAMS Baptist Health Cancer Center at Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock, while Yadala sees patients at the UAMS Baptist Health Cancer Center at the Baptist Health Springhill Medical Plaza in North Little Rock.

Konda is a highly skilled medical oncologist who has completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in hematology-oncology at UAMS. She received her medical degree from Gandhi Medical College in India and is board-certified in internal medicine, hematology, and medical oncology. She is currently accepting new patients and appointments can be scheduled by calling (501) 202-4715.

Yadala, who is also triple board-certified in internal medicine, hematology, and medical oncology, provides exceptional care to cancer patients at the UAMS Baptist Health Cancer Center in North Little Rock. To schedule an appointment with Yadala, please call (501) 214-2170. Both doctors are dedicated to providing compassionate clinical care to patients with cancer or hematological conditions in Little Rock, North Little Rock, and surrounding areas as expressed by Ahmed Abuabdou, M.D., MBA, the chief medical officer for UAMS Medical Center and director of cancer services.

UAMS offers advanced medical oncology and infusion services for cancer patients at its Baptist Health locations. The UAMS Baptist Health Cancer Center at Baptist Health Medical Center offers innovative clinical trials and proton therapy access to its patients.

In summary, UAMS has recently added two top-notch medical oncologists to its team of doctors who specialize in providing exceptional care to cancer patients across its various locations. Both Konda and Yadala are board-certified in their respective fields and have completed extensive training before joining UAMS’ team of physicians.

UAMS’ expansion of its cancer services to Baptist Health locations means that more people will have access to state-of-the-art treatment options for their cancer or hematological conditions. With their commitment to compassionate care and dedication to excellence, Konda and Yadala will undoubtedly make a significant impact on their patients’ lives.

Ahmed Abuabdou expressed his excitement about the addition of these top doctors to his team saying “We are thrilled to have these two highly skilled physicians join our team at UAMS”. He further emphasized that “Our mission is always to provide exceptional care for our patients with cancer or hematological conditions.”

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