Our Team

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Dr. Brian Hyatt, MD

Board-Certified Psychiatrist

Dr. Hyatt is board-certified in psychiatry and neurology and has 18 years of experience treating all manner of mental illness. He attended LSU, studying psychology and then medical school at UAMS where he was later voted by his peers to serve as Chief Resident of Psychiatry. As a resident, he was awarded the prestigious AAP fellowship and also won an award reserved for the top six psychiatric residents in the nation. Contemporaneously, he won the UAMS award for “Outstanding Patient Care,” as well as the top award reserved for “Outstanding Achievement In The Field of Medical Student Teaching.” At the onset of his professional career, prior to taking over as Chairman of Psychiatry for Northwest Health, he served as Medical Director for St. Vincent Infirmary in Little Rock for 15 years and was voted by his peers to represent them on the Medical Executive Committee at both institutions.

Dr. Hyatt is routinely voted by his peers as one of the top psychiatrists in the state and has won accolades such as “Top Psychiatric Specialist,” “Patient’s Choice Award,” and “Most Compassionate Doctor” on numerous occasions, as voted by his patients and peers. Our state’s newspaper has also polled physicians across Arkansas as to who they felt was the top psychiatrist in the state and Dr. Hyatt regularly was voted to be the best doctor in his field, often being noted as the “Top Vote Getter.” Recently, he was awarded the accolade for “Top Psychiatrist In Rogers” by the prestigious group “The Leading Physicians of The World.” He serves in an advisory capacity for entities regulating the quality of psychiatric care in Arkansas and also provides consultation to facilities looking to elevate their standards to the level of excellence that Arkansans deserve.

For years, Dr. Hyatt served as The Arkansas State Medical Board’s expert witness for all matters psychiatric but, in January 2019, Dr. Hyatt was appointed by The Honorable Governor Asa Hutchinson to the Arkansas State Medical Board as the 3rd Congressional District representative. Our proud 3rd Congressional District spans nine counties and has a population of greater than 782,000 people, which accounts for over 1/4 of our state’s population. Along with only 11 other Board Members, he is charged with protecting the safety of, and ensuring the high standard of care that all 3 million Arkansans deserve, as provided by some 6,000 physicians throughout our state. In just two years time, Dr. Hyatt was voted by his fellow board members to serve as Vice Chairman for our state’s Medical Board. One year subsequent to this, he was unanimously elected to serve as Chairman of the Arkansas State Medical Board.

Dr. Hyatt is originally from Huntington Beach, California and competed in both collegiate football as well as Track & Field, where he still maintains his institution’s record for distance in the discus throw.

His hobbies include spending time with his family in Chicago – which has become something of a second home for him and his family, traveling, disc-golf and rooting for his beloved Chicago sports teams. He remains active athletically and trains with the world renowned coach, Aaron Kimball of the TCB Fight Team in Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay-Thai, Libre, Competitive Weight Lifting, and Tactical Firearms Training.

Kyle Sierocuk, Psychiatric APRN

Kyle grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin before relocating to Arkansas in 2010. He received his Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Arkansas. He then furthered his education and obtained a Masters of Science Degree, becoming a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and he is fully accredited by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

He has worked tirelessly in the mental health field for about a decade and has worked alongside Dr. Hyatt since 2013. His extensive experience in numerous settings has given him a valuable understanding of the mental health field which has aided in his mission to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.

Kyle has been universally loved by both patients and staff over the course of his career due to his strong work ethic and compassion towards those he has cared for.

Aaron Cox, Psychiatric APRN

Aaron grew up in the South. He received his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing from Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Missouri. He then furthered his education and received his Master’s of Science in degree in Nursing and is now a practicing board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He is fully accredited by the American Nurse’s Credentialing Center and is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, American Psychiatric Nurses Association. Among other honors, he is a member of the PSI CHI International Honor Society. He has extensive experience working in the psychiatry and was personally trained Dr. Brian Hyatt. Aaron is fervently committed to providing compassionate and competent care to individuals experiencing mental health problems. Aaron enjoys fishing, hiking, woodworking, spending time with his dogs (Noah and Hazel), and traveling with his wife.