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Marty Hearyman, M.D.

Dr Hearyman is the Medical Director and Founder of access medical home. Originally from White County, he attended the College of Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Science and specialized in family medicine in the residency program at the University of Arkansas, Area Health Education Center – Jonesboro.   He has taken a special interest in and completed additional continuing medical education in areas of medicine including nutrition, metabolic syndrome, pre-diabetes, lipidology and the reduction of cardiovascular disease.

He is a family doctor that honors the spiritual nature of your health. He believes God’s love for us provides the most needed form of healing. He is dedicated to providing comprehensive healthcare to White County and the surrounding Central Arkansas region. He and his staff endeavors to exceed patients’ expectations through professionalism, a cost-effective direct pay model and the expansion of convenient services.  He and his staff are committed to continually improving on the execution of these objectives.



Dr. Hearyman is a member of:

  • American Association of Physicians and Surgeons
  • American Academy of Private Physicians
  • Christian Medical and Dental Association
  • American Academy of Home Care Physicians
  • American Telemedicine Association
  • National Lipid Association

He serves on various community service and charitable boards, and is the Medical Director for Amedysis Home Health in Searcy, Arkansas, and Kids Unlimited Learning Academy in Searcy & Cabot, Arkansas.

With Dr Hearyman you will find excellence in primary healthcare, delivered with compassion, good listening skills and clear gentle communication. Dr. Hearyman’s objective is to help you optimize your health, not just treat your symptoms. He has been practicing medicine for over 14 years, and has additional experience in evaluation of metabolic disorders (insulin resistance, obesity & diabetes) and cardiovascular risk reduction.