Dr. Duke graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin, and then attended medical school at the University of Tennessee. He is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and has been with Arkansas Pediatric Clinic since completing his residency in July of 2000.
Dr. Duke is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Pulaski County Medical Society.
Dr. Duke is married to Kristin, and they have two children – Caroline and Joshua. The Dukes attend Geyer Springs First Baptist Church. Dr. Duke enjoys sports and physical fitness activities such as running.
Dr. Sarah Lunsford, a resident of East End, originally hails from DeWitt, Arkansas. She is a fourth generation optometrist and has been a part of EyeCare Center of Saline County for over two years.
Prior to joining Eyecare Center of Saline County, Dr. Lunsford practiced in the Baptist Eye Center. She received her Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Central Arkansas and then went on to graduate from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN with her Doctorate of Optometry. She offers comprehensive eye exams for glasses and contact lenses for patients of all ages, and also has extensive experience managing diabetics, glaucoma, dry eyes, and allergies.
Angela Lasiter joined the Bryant family as coordinator of the Hornet Health Center in July of 2018. She previously led corporate and foundation relations at her alma mater, Arkansas Tech University. Mrs. Lasiter worked for almost 14 years with Heifer International and Room to Read, where she raised global financial and in-kind resources. She also spent several years with the Arkansas Department of Higher Education promoting student success, healthy lifestyles for college-aged youth, and fundraising for student initiatives for Arkansas colleges and universities.
She enjoys helping Bryant students stay healthy through regular medical, dental and optical visits at the district’s school-based health center.