Staff

  Paul Timothy English, M.D.

P. Timothy English, M.D. graduated from UAMS College of Medicine in 1983.  He completed residency in 1986 at LSUMC, where he was chief resident.  Dr. English has practiced medicine at Family Medicine Clinic, from 1986 to present.  He is married to Cindy Little-English and has two children, Lauren and Benjamin.  Dr. English has been board certified since 1986 and he is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice.

William Scott Cole, M.D.

William Cole, M.D. graduated from UAMS College of Medicine in 1991.  He completed residency in Family Practice in 1994 at LSUMC.  He joined Family Medicine Clinic in 1997. He is married to Holly Cole, has 3 children, Scott, Emily and Caroline. Dr. Cole has been board certified since 1997.

Mark Watson Lefler, M.D.

Dr. Mark Lefler graduated from UAMS in 1992 and entered the U.S. Army.  He completed his residency at Fort Belvoir, VA.  In 1999, after completing his military obligation, Dr. Lefler joined Family Medicine Clinic.  He is married to Kate Lefler and has two children, Luke and Julia. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice.

John Scott Featherston, D.O.

Dr. Scott Featherston, D.O. graduated from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 2005. He completed residency in family medicine in 2008 at Eisenhower Army Medical Center.  He is married to Tin-Tin Featherston and has three children, Victoria, Joshua, and Rebecca.  He joined Family Medicine Clinic in August of 2011.

Allison Roberts, APRN

Allison joined the practice in 2012. She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Science where she obtained  her degree as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and completed an internship in family practice. Allison is a native of Hot Springs.

Laryssa Blunt, APRN

Laryssa worked at FMC for 7 years as a Licensed Practical Nurse before going back to school. She graduated from Arkansas State University in 2018 with her degree as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. Laryssa completed her preceptorship in women’s health through the Arkansas Department of Health as well as internships in pediatrics and urgent care. Laryssa is a native of Hot Springs.