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Mercy Northwest Arkansas Plans $247M Expansion Over 5 Years

Mercy Northwest Arkansas Plans $247M Expansion Over 5 Years
An artist's sketch of the Mercy Northwest Arkansas expansion in Rogers.

Mercy Northwest Arkansas on Wednesday announced a five-year, $247 million expansion project it said will create 1,000 new jobs.
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Health Care Construction Spending in Arkansas Is Climbing

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