Credentials: MS, CCC-SLP

Phoebe is a Speech Language Pathologist for Acute Care Therapy at Conway Regional Medical Center. She was drawn to the field of Speech-Language Pathology because she wanted to work with children on improving their ability to effectively communicate. Throughout her clinical rotations, she found that she preferred to work with adults in an acute care setting. Most of her patients receive help swallowing, speaking, being understood, knowing where they are, and remembering information. She uses various testing methods to evaluate what foods are the safest for her patients to swallow while they are in the hospital. She enjoys being an integral part of stories of recovery.

Phoebe is a native of Florida, but moved to Arkansas to earn her master’s in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Central Arkansas. She also graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in Bio-Medical Sciences and a minor in Psychology. 

Outside of the hospital, she enjoys exploring all that the Natural State has to offer.