OUR Physicians

John Dunham, MD

College: Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR, 1984
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock 1988
Residency:Area Health Education Center (AHEC), Fort Smith 1991

Board Certifications & Organizations: 

  • American Academy of Family Practice

Dr. Dunham was born in Kansas City, KS and graduated from Atkins High School, Atkins, AR in 1980.

He joined Clarksville Medical Group, P.A. in 1991. He is devoted to providing family medicine and care to the many residents of Clarksville, AR, and surrounding communities.

Dr. Dunham has always been athletic and enjoys all sports and staying healthy. He especially enjoys a few games of basketball (when he has time) and spends his time away from the Clinic with his wife Annette, enjoying time with their families, children, and grandchildren.

Mary Burch, MD

College: Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR, 1980 – 1984 with High Honors
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock 1989
Residency: Area Health Education Center (AHEC), Fort Smith 1989 – 1992; Chief Resident March 1991 – March 1992

Board Certifications & Organizations: 

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • American Academy of Family Physicians

Dr. Burch was born in Russellville, AR and graduated from Hector High School, Hector, AR in 1980.

She joined Clarksville Medical Group, P.A. in 1992, and is devoted to providing family medicine and care to the many residents of Clarksville, AR, and surrounding communities.

Dr. Burch spends her time away from the Clinic with her husband Steve, and they enjoy their time with their family, hiking, fishing, and photographing their many adventures.

Sarah Woodruff, MD

College: University of Arkansas, Fayetteville 1998 – 2002
Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock 2002 – 2006
Residency: Area Health Education Center (AHEC), Fort Smith

Local Appointment: 

  • Arkansas Department of Health County Health Officer, 2003 – Present

Dr. Woodruff joined Clarksville Medical Group, P.A. in 2009. She is devoted to the practice of comprehensive rural medicine.

Born in North Central Arkansas in a town of less than one hundred residents, she most often spends her time away from the Clinic enjoying family, the outdoors, and festivals.

Dr. James Henry

Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2019 2002
Residency: John Peter Smith Hospital, 2023
Fellowship: Surgical Obstetrics/Maternal Child Health at John Peter Smith Hospital 2023

Board Certifications & Organizations: 

  • Arkansas Department of Health County Health Officer, 2003 – Present
  • Board Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine

Dr. Henry is originally from Little Rock but comes from a long line of family in the River Valley.

Dr. Henry focused his training on traditional full scope medicine from care of newborns and mothers to the elderly and is excited to bring his level of care back to Arkansas to patients here in Clarksville. In his free time, he enjoys biking, kayaking, and canoeing the rivers of Arkansas, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. Dr. Henry is also fluent in Spanish.

OUR Nurse PRACTITIONERS

Jess Jordan, APRN

College: Harding University 2003-2004; Arkansas Tech University 2004-2008 with High Honors
Graduate School: Cox College of Health with High Honors

Associations: 

  • Arkansas Nurse Practitioner Association
  • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Jess Jordan joined the Clarksville Medical Group in 2014. Before joining CMG, he worked as in the cardiac step-down unit at Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville and then continued his career at Johnson Regional Medical Center in the Emergency Room.

As a triplet, he was born and spent his first years of life in Little Rock Arkansas. Later, he moved to Greenwood Arkansas where he spent many years of his childhood.

As many know, he spends his time away from the clinic in the formal wear business. He is co-owner of Danielle’s Bridal and has received several distinguished awards. Many know him from his ranching endeavors where he and his wife run the Pine Mountain Ranch. He is an active board member of the Johnson County Cooperative. He and his wife raise, and breed registered and commercial Santa Gertrudis cattle. He also loves spending time with his wife, Tiffany (Steele) and children Gracie (5 mos) and Steele (4).

Kayla Metz, APRN

College: Arkansas Tech University 2008; University of Arkansas Fort Smith 2013; University of Arkansas Fort Smith 2015
Graduate School: Chamberlain University, Chicago, IL 2020

Associations: 

  • Arkansas Nurse Practitioner Association
  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners
  • National Association of School Nurses

Kayla Metz joined Clarksville Medical Group in 2013 as a Registered Nurse. Before joining CMG, she worked as a RN in the emergency room at Johnson Regional Medical Center, and as a Paramedic for the JRMC ER.

She was born and raised in London, AR and spends her time away from the clinic enjoying the outdoors with her family and children.