Family Medicine Program Leadership

Sarah Robertson, MD

Family Medicine Program Director

Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
Residency: Family Practice, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR

Dr. Sarah Robertson graduated with her Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2001. Following medical school, she completed her family medicine residency in the AHEC Southwest Family Practice Residency through the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 

She is a board-certified family physician by the American Board of Family Medicine.  Dr. Robertson is a member of American Academy of Family Physicians and Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians. 

She currently serves on Conway Regional’s Medical Staff as a Hospitalist and Program Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Robertson also has experience in private practice, women’s health, the care of veterans, and teaching. In addition to being a dedicated physician, she is also a dedicated mom, wife, and community member.

 

Darren Freeman, MD

Family Medicine Residency Associate Program Director

Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine, Little Rock, AR
Residency: Family Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Area Health Education Center--West

Dr. Darren Freeman graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine in 2008. He was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society that same year. Following medical school, Dr. Freeman completed a residency in Family Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Area Health Education Center—West in Fort Smith, AR. He was given the Resident Teacher Award for his commitment to teaching as a resident.

With experience in traditional private family medicine practice, as an inpatient rehabilitation facility medical director, and as a current hospice medical director, Dr. Freeman brings a robust and varied experience to the education of residents.  Dr. Freeman joined the Conway Regional team in 2016 as a hospitalist and has been an engaged member of the medical staff. He is a board-certified family physician by the American Board of Family Medicine.  Dr. Freeman is a member of American Academy of Family Physicians, Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians, the Society of Hospital Medicine, and the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. He also recently became a certified hospice medical director (HMDC). In his free time, Dr. Freeman enjoys time with his family, golf, trout fishing, and medical missions.

 

Jeremiah Keng, DO

Family Medicine Residency Core Faculty

Medical School: University of Texas Health Science Center, Forth Worth, TX
Residency: Family Practice, Austin Medical Education Programs, Austin, TX

Dr. Jeremiah Keng graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center’s Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program in 2001. Following completion of medical school, Dr. Keng completed a residency in Family Practice at what is now known as the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School.

Dr. Keng has a particular enthusiasm for competency-based medical education training and enjoys teaching residents to care for patients in all life stages. Dr. Keng brings a variety of experience as medical director of a rural clinic, as well as lead physician and medical director of an Army Medical Clinic. In addition to his current role as lead physician of the CRHS After Hours Clinic, he also serves as a clinical preceptor for medical and PA students. Dr. Keng is an ABFM board-certified family physician and a great teacher of medicine.

 

Clark Trapp, MD

Family Medicine Residency Core Faculty

Medical School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Residency: Family Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - West, Fort Smith

Dr. Clark Trapp graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine in 2015. Following medical school, Dr. Trapp completed a residency in Family Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - West in Fort Smith, AR. He served as chief resident his last year and was awarded the Resident Teaching Award for his commitment to teaching and for championing changes in feedback and didactics.

Dr. Trapp is a board-certified physician by the American Board of Family Medicine and member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians. He enthusiastically brings his experience in teaching, traditional family practice, inpatient hospital practice, and leadership to the education and training of residents. Dr. Trapp enjoys time with his family, cooking, carpentry and leading/teaching community classes.

 

 

 

Chloe Roberts

Residency Coordinator

Chloe Roberts joined the Conway Regional Family Residency program team in 2020 as the Family Medicine Residency Coordinator. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Indiana, majoring in Communication Studies. Chloe has found that the culture at Conway Regional fosters a healthy drive for excellence. “I can always count on my colleagues to match that same drive, and that is something you can’t find everywhere.”

 

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