August 1, 2018
The practices of two local ear, nose and throat specialists will join University of Missouri Health Care. Gregory Campbell, MD, and Elizabeth ‘Susie’ Early, MD, are affiliating with the health system, effective Aug. 20 and Oct. 1, respectively.
MU Health Care is currently home to more than 600 university physicians, including 17 ear, nose and throat providers.
“Our mission is to advance the health of all Missourians by providing excellent primary and specialty care,” said Jonathan Curtright, chief executive officer of MU Health Care. “The wealth of experience and expertise of Drs. Campbell and Early will help create new opportunities to collaborate, to improve and to promote high-quality care for otolaryngology patients in central Missouri.”
Campbell has provided care in private practice in Columbia for more than 20 years. He earned his medical degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine and completed his residency and internship at the MU School of Medicine. He is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. Campbell will provide ENT care at Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City, an affiliate of MU Health Care, as well as at his current Columbia office at 303 N. Keene St., Suite 401.
Early has provided care in private practice in Columbia since 2004. She earned her undergraduate and medical degrees at MU and completed her residency in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the MU School of Medicine. She is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. Joining Early in her affiliation with MU Health Care is audiologist Charlotte Strawn, MHS, along with three office support staff members. Early will continue to see patients at her Columbia office at 303 N. Keene St., Suite 401.
Under the affiliation, patients of Campbell and Early will have many options of where they would like to receive inpatient and outpatient care. They will have additional options as Campbell and Early will have privileges at MU Health Care inpatient and outpatient facilities such as Women’s and Children’s Hospital and the ENT, Hearing and Balance Center of Missouri.
The MU School of Medicine will employ Campbell and Early. Office support staff will be employed by MU Health Care.