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Unity Health: Pioneering Health Care for Searcy

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Unity Health proudly serves Searcy and Arkansas’ Heartland with over 57 years of dedication, an economic impact of more than $450 Million, and more than 2,300 associates providing quality, compassionate care, locally. Growing from a county hospital into an entire health care system and the area’s largest employer, Unity Health has always been governed by a dedicated, local board of directors who live and work in our communities. The award-winning system remains dedicated to providing expert care to more than 300,000 residents across 10 counties with four hospitals and 28 clinics and specialties. Unity Health is honored to be a Mayo Clinic Care Network Member, a three-time recipient of the Arkansas Governor’s Quality Award, and a recipient of the American College of Cardiology’s Silver Award for Chest Pain response. Unity Health has a medical staff of more than 160 physicians providing comprehensive care including cancer care, cardiology, orthopedics, behavioral health, physical rehabilitation and more, so patients can stay close to home whether they are receiving robotic surgery or routine care. The health care system hosts the second largest Graduate Medical Education program in the state, averaging more than 100 residents. With a rich history, financial stability, economic impact and a dedicated team, Unity Health continues to grow and proudly fulfill the mission: to improve the quality of health and well-being for the communities it serves through compassionate care.

Unity Health – The Pyeatt Family Cancer Center (Provided)

Unity Health by the Numbers:

$450 million into Searcy economy

57+ years of serving Searcy and beyond

4 hospitals

28 clinics and specialties

160+ physicians

300,000+ people in our communities

1st — Arkansas’ first member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network

2nd largest physician residency program in the state

2,300+ compassionate associates

Patient Numbers (Fiscal Year 22/23):

285,628 clinic visits

49,611 ER visits

58,855 outpatient visits

16,907 acute care admissions

6,979 surgeries

Growth & Expansion:

New Child Development Center

Pyeatt Family Cancer Center Expansion

Additional da Vinci Surgical Robotic System

Unity Health – Jacksonville Hospital

8 New Physicians in 2024

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, July 2024

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