Kelly-Ann A. Patrice, M.D. Neurologist
Primary Appointment Location
501 Jack Stephens Drive
Jackson T. Stephens Spine and Neuroscience Institute
Little Rock, AR 72205
- Appointment Phone Number
New and Returning Patients
About Dr. Patrice
Dr. Kelly-Ann Patrice, MBBS, is an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS).
Dr. Patrice graduated from the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of West Indies (UWI) in Kingston, Jamaica, in 2007. She completed two years of internal medicine residency at the MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital before joining the Johns Hopkins Hospital for her residency training in neurology, followed by a fellowship in vascular neurology at the same institution.
Dr. Patrice holds numerous honors and awards. In June 2005 she received Honors in Basic Medical Sciences from the UWI, and in 2007 she received an Honors MBBS medical degree, also from the UWI. She was a finalist for Outstanding PGY-1 Resident of the Year in June 2013 from the MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital Internal Medicine Residency program. In April 2017 Dr. Patrice was awarded the Frank Coulson Award for Clinical Excellence, from the Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Patrice also earned The Guy M. McKhann Award from the Johns Hopkins Neurology Residency Program for teaching excellence.
Dr. Patrice is part of the UAMS Stroke and Neurocritical Care Team. She focuses on the diagnosis and management of cerebrovascular disease, including acute stroke therapy, stroke recovery as well as primary and secondary stroke prevention.
Dr. Patrice's Academic Background
- Assistant Professor
Education and Training
- Medical School
- Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of West Indies
Dr. Patrice's Areas of Expertise
From virtual care for patients to virtual consults for doctors across Arkansas, our goal is to improve quality and access to clinical care.
UAMS Health provides expert care for adult patients with neurological disorders, including disorders of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and muscles.