Rachel Freeze-RamseyDr. Rachael Freeze-Ramsey graduated cum laude from Hendrix College in 2001. She then attended medical school at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences where she graduated AOA in 2005. She completed her residency at UAMS and served as chief resident during her final year. She then divided her time between UAMS and Conway Regional Medical Center before joining UAMS full time in 2009. She currently serves as the Co-Director of the UAMS Stroke Center.  She previously served as the Senior Medical Student Clerkship Director and the Assistant Residency Program Director. Currently she serves as the Associate Residency Program Director and the Co-Course Director of the Practice of Medicine I course for first year medical students. In 2013 she received the Robert A. Fisher Excellence in Teaching award. She has received the Red Sash Teaching Award from the College of Medicine four times. She is a member of SAEM, ACEP, and CORD. Her interests include stroke, resident and medical student education, physician wellness, and medical student advising.