Gordon Low APRN, CNP
Gordon was born and raised in Austrailia and now lives in Little Rock. He and his wife Brooke have two children. Gordon has been an Advanced Practice Nurse since 1999 and employed at with UAMS since 2010. He has headed up several successful telemedicine programs while at UAMS focusing on high-risk pregnancy, incarcerated pregnant women, colposcopy and utilization fo telemedicine to improve healthcare access to underserved populations around the state.
Tina Pilgreen, MS
Tina is the Health Educator and Outreach coordinator for the STAR program at UAMS. She started at UAMS as a Grants Writer and was instrumental in securing several grants for the University. Tina has a masters degree in exercise science from the United States Sports Academy and served as faculty at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. Tina is originally from Brookhaven Mississippi and has been a resident of Arkansas for the past 20 years. Tina has two children and lives in the Little Rock area.
Nathan is the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the STAR program at UAMS. He started with the program in November of 2018. Nathan is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas and while in school there earning his degree in exercise science, he helped to develop the HealthyNOW! program. Nathan is originally from Salem, Arkansas and lives in Conway.
Alan is a Program Manager with the UAMS Center for Distance Health. Alan began working at UAMS in 2012 with the Arkansas e-Link program. Alan is currently working with many of the over 400 locations around the state that have Telemedicine equipment. His primary focus is on training and working with locations interested in developing Telemedicine programs. Alan came to UAMS after working in broadcast news for 17 years in Little Rock and Memphis. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Arkansas Tech University.