Baptist Health Urologist to Discuss Common Health Issues During Free ‘Lunch & Learn’

FORT SMITH, Ark. –  Bladder and bowel control issues are common in both men and women, yet many suffer in silence due to embarrassment. Fortunately, conditions like incontinence and overactive bladder are highly treatable. 

Dr. Kyle Basham, a urologist at Baptist Health Urology Clinic-Fort Smith, will discuss the symptoms and treatment options during a free “Lunch & Learn” event sponsored by Medtronic and Baptist Health. Join us on Thursday, May 9, for a discussion which can be attended virtually or in person.

The in-person session will be from Noon to 1 p.m. in the Shuffield Education Center at Baptist Health-Fort Smith, located at 1001 Towson Ave. Lunch will be provided beginning at 11:30 a.m. If you’d like to join virtually, you can do so at 6 p.m. that evening. Alternatively, join us virtually at 6 p.m. the same evening. Both formats afford the opportunity to engage directly with Dr. Basham during the Q&A session. To secure your spot, register online at

Are you experiencing uncontrollable urges to use the bathroom, getting up multiple times a night, or embarrassing accidents? It might be time to seek expert advice from a urologist. Don’t let bladder or bowel control issues dictate your life.

As a urologist, Dr. Basham brings specialized expertise in diagnosing and treating conditions affecting the urinary tract, bladder, kidneys, adrenal glands in both men and women, as well as the prostate. He also performs robotic surgery for a wide range of urological issues. For more information about Dr. Basham or Baptist Health Urology Clinic-Fort Smith, call (479) 709-7295 or visit

About Baptist Health

For more than a century, Baptist Health has delivered all our best in health care through Christian compassion and innovative services. Baptist Health, Arkansas’ most comprehensive health care organization, is here For You. For Life. – with more than 250 points of access that include 12 hospitals; urgent care centers; a senior living community; over 100 primary and specialty care clinics; a college with studies in nursing and allied health; and a graduate residency program. It is also the largest private not-for-profit health care organization based in Arkansas, providing care through the support of approximately 11,000 employees, groundbreaking treatments, renowned physicians and community outreach programs. For more information about Baptist Health, visit, call Baptist Health HealthLine at 1-888-BAPTIST or download the myBaptistHealth app