Inja Brown, APRN
Family Nurse Practitioner
Brown, who attended the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock,
“I’m excited. I’ve heard great things about Healthy Connections and love that it’s local. I get to treat these people who I know,” Brown said.
She was born in El Salvador but moved to Dallas at a young age. She then moved to De Queen at age 12, where she has spent the majority of her life.
“I’ve worked in De Queen ever since I graduated,” she said. “I basically grew up here.”
For appointments with Inja, call 888-710-8220.
Brown sees patients from ages 0 to 99 in the primary care/family medicine specialty.
“I just try to give everybody the best care I can give them,” she said. “I like what I do and every day is like a new experience for me.”
Healthy Connections clinics will be closed Thanksgiving Day. Clinics will re-open on Friday, November 25.
Healthy Connections celebrates our fantastic APRNs this week during National Nurse Practitioner Week 2022.
Congratulations to our Healthy Connections October Employees of the Month Jennifer Kesterson and Denise Yanez.
Healthy Connections is excited to announce that Family Nurse Practitioner Ty Humphreys is now seeing patients at Hot Springs Chippewa.