Hospitals, Medical Centers Continuing To Advance with New Services, Technology

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Monday, Mar. 26, 2012 12:00 am  

National Park Medical Center, Hot Springs

The Breast Center features the latest in digital mammography technology, computer aided detection equipment and the Multicare Platinum Prone Stereotactic Breast Biopsy System, making it the premier center for diagnostic breast care.

Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia provides comprehensive care through inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic, emergency services. It also offers some of the latest technology like the eICU, which provides constant video, audio and vital sign monitoring.

New healthcare developments in Arkadelphia include “The Plaza” at Twin Rivers, opened in late 2011, which serves assisted living levels 1 and 2.

Garthright Medical Plaza, a $1.5 million, privately funded medical plaza, will house Compassion Woman’s Clinic, Baptist Health Family Clinic, Vision Source of Arkadelphia and Baptist Health Physical Therapy.

Clark County Charitable Health Services, opened in 2009 and funded strictly by donations and grants, help provide basic health care for Clark County residents without any form of insurance, including MediCare and Medicaid.

Malvern and Hot Spring County are served by the Hot Springs County Medical Center. Founded in 1929 as County General Hospital, the 72-bed facility offers a broad range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and rehabilitative services.

Home Health Care offered by the Medical Center offers in-the-home care including nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and home health aides.

 

 

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