Arkansas Urology, the largest urology practice in the state, announced a new advanced practice nurse/prostate cancer coordinator joining
Sherry Denton, of Denver, Colo. joins Arkansas Urology after having spent most of her career in healthcare management. For the past 20 years, Denton has been educating patients around the United States and most recently, helping clinics in Georgia and Colorado expand their urological care and prostate cancer treatment options for patients.
“We are excited to have Sherry join Arkansas Urology as our new advanced prostate cancer coordinator,” said E. Scot Davis, CEO of Arkansas Urology. “A major focus of Arkansas Urology is treating patients through our personalized clinical pathways and Sherry brings an incredible amount of experience in clinical services, patient education, and preventing health problems through comprehensive treatment plans for early-and late-stages of this disease. As a seasoned professional and diverse background in healthcare, Sherry will help us continue to ensure we provide world class health care to patients right here in Arkansas.”
Prior to joining the Arkansas Urology team, Denton served as the manager of the Comprehensive Prostate Cancer Clinic and dispensing pharmacy at Urology Associates Colorado. From 2015 to 2019, she was a nurse practitioner at Georgia Urology focusing on advanced prostate cancer.
“To have someone with such a passion for battling prostate cancer like Sherry is exciting for not only Arkansas Urology, but the entire state of Arkansas” said Tim Langford, MD, president of Arkansas Urology. “We take pride in the top-notch team of providers and staff we have at Arkansas Urology. Sherry’s knowledge and experience will be an asset for men of all ages, from all corners of the state, as they continue to fight and overcome prostate cancer.”
A native of Georgia, Denton has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Brenau University, an MSN in Palliative Care and post masters AGNP from George Washington University. She will complete her Masters in Healthcare Administration at George Washington University in the summer of 2021.