Dr. Balan Nair utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to provide personalized care to patients with many different types of cancer at Little Rock Hematology and Oncology Associates. When Dr. Balan Nair joined the facility in 1998, he developed in-depth insight and training in cancer treatment through a fellowship at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa, Florida. The fellowship helped him to rapidly advance in the practice, where he achieved the status of Partner in 16 months. Dr. Balan Nair currently serves as the firm’s Vice President and possesses a long list of credentials, including certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine and membership in both the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the American Society of Hematology. With a commitment to providing superior care, Dr. Balan Nair sees patients without insurance. Dr. Nair used to volunteer at the Baptist Free Clinic and is affiliated with more than a half dozen hospitals across Arkansas. Dr. Balan Nair also supports the Harmony Health Clinic, a center that provides free dental and medical services to disadvantaged residents of Pulaski County. A native of India, Dr. Balan Nair moved to the United States in 1989 after earning the opportunity to conduct research in pharmacology at the University of Iowa. He previously spent eight years at the University of Mumbai, formerly the University of Bombay, where he acquired his medical degree and completed a residency in pathology. In 1990, Dr. Balan Nair relocated to Detroit, Michigan, to complete residency training in internal medicine at Wayne State University. Dr. Balan Nair subsequently underwent fellowship training at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Following the completion of his education and training, Dr. Balan Nair joined a private practice in South Carolina, where he served for two years. Dr. Nair then assumed a role at Little Rock Hematology and Oncology Associates.