Dr. Linda Arthur McGhee joined the faculty of the UAMS Department of Family and Community Medicine in 1974 and remained there in Little Rock until 1977.
In 1977 Dr. McGhee was promoted to tenured Associate Professor in the UAMS Department of Family and Preventive Medicine. She joined the faculty of the AHEC-Northwest Family Medicine Residency in Fayetteville where she has served as a full time physician faculty member since 1978. She has served as the Residency Program Director since August 2010.
Dr. McGhee has served as a member of the Arkansas State Medical Board.
She was the recepient of the Washington Regional Foundation’s Eagle Award for outstanding health care leadership in 2011, and in the same year she was given the AHEC Excellence in Teaching award.
Dr. McGhee has developed a keen interest in the treatment of HIV/AIDS patients and serves on several county and statewide boards related to this concern. Since 1992 she has been the Medical Director of the Washington County HIV Clinic, the first County HIV Clinic in the State of Arkansas.
Dr. McGhee maintains a clinical practice at the UAMS Family Medical Center in Fayetteville, and her hospital affiliations include Washington Regional Medical Center and Northwest Medical Center in Springdale.