Paige Partridge Death – Paige Partridge of Fayetteville passed away on Wednesday, November 1st, 2023, she died after battling brain cancer. Dr Partridge was 53 yeas old. Dr. Paige Partridge became one of the first female obstetricians in Northwest Arkansas upon joining Parkhill. In 2000, she successfully concluded her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
According to Parkhill Clinic for women, Dr. Partridge was an integral and beloved part of the clinic family for the past 23 years, caring for generations of women in Northwest Arkansas and the surrounding areas. Her job was much more than just a job to her, and she loved her patients, forming relationships and unforgettable friendships that would last decades.
Dr. Partridge was an exceedingly talented surgeon, learning and then teaching new surgical techniques in our field. She was a skilled clinician, a compassionate listener, and the embodiment of the consummate physician. We were privileged to work alongside her, and her patients were blessed to have been cared for by her.
According to her obituary, after 4 years of residency and many sleepless nights she began the interview process to determine where she would practice her newly acquired skills. Fortunately for the women of Northwest Arkansas, the partners of Parkhill Clinic recognized a rising star and lured her to the city of Fayetteville. Being the ultimate multitasker, she performed all those duties while developing an incredible career serving the women of Northwest Arkansas. Her favorite hobby has always been developing relationships and intimate friendships with the people she met along the way. She was the best of the best.
A memorial service honoring the deceased will take place on November 3rd, at 10:00 AM, at Fellowship Bible Church in Fayetteville. In lieu of flowers, the family of Paige Partridge Hix suggests that donations be made to the Paige Partridge Hix Memorial Endowed Scholarship fund at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Donations can be made either on the website itself or by downloading the form and filling it out manually. Alternately, checks should be written out to the UAMS Foundation Fund and submitted.
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