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Chris Barber, president and CEO of St. Bernards Healthcare in Jonesboro.
Education / Government & Politics

More Arkansas Hospitals Announce Vaccine Requirements

A growing number of Arkansas hospitals say they'll require all staff to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. read more >
Doctors demonstrate osteopathic techniques in a high-tech training center at the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine in Wilson Hall on the campus of Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
Education

Baptist Memorial, NYIT Partner to Train Doctors in A-State Program

Baptist Memorial Health Care of Memphis is partnering with the New York Institute of Technology's College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro to train future doctors. read more >
NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital, Jonesboro
Health Care

Baptist Memorial of Memphis, Mississippi Baptist Merge

Baptist Memorial Health Care of Memphis and Mississippi Baptist Health Systems of Jackson, Mississippi, have completed their previously announced merger. read more >
The Baptist Memorial Hospital-Crittenden County will open in 2018.
Construction / Health Care / Insurance / Legal / Transportation

New $25M Baptist Memorial Hospital In West Memphis To Open in 2018

Baptist Memorial Health Care of Memphis expects its approximately $25 million hospital in Crittenden County to open sometime in the first half of 2018. read more >
NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital.
Health Care

Baptist Hospital Groups in Mississippi, Memphis Might Merge

Mississippi Baptist Health Systems and the Baptist Memorial Health Care of Memphis are exploring a merger. read more >
Crittenden County Judge Woody Wheeless outside the shuttered Crittenden Regional Hospital. | (Photo by Mark Friedman)
Health Care / Nonprofits / Transportation

Former Employees, Patients of Closed Crittenden Regional Hospital Leave Town

The ripple effects from the closing of Crittenden Regional Hospital in September and the bankruptcy of the nonprofit that operated it have been felt across eastern Arkansas and into Tennessee. read more >