Washington Regional Medical Center
Washington Regional is a community-owned, locally governed, non-profit health care system located in northwest Arkansas, employing over 3,400 team members and serving the region with a 425-bed medical center, over 50 clinic locations and five Centers of Excellence – the Washington Regional J.B. Hunt Transport Services Neuroscience Institute; Washington Regional Walker Heart Institute; Washington Regional Women and Infants Center; Washington Regional Total Joint Center; and Washington Regional Pat Walker Center for Seniors.
Washington Regional is the region’s only Level 2 trauma center, the first hospital in northwest Arkansas and one of only two in the state to earn certification as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission, one of only two hospitals in the state to earn Spine Surgery certification from The Joint Commission, and is the first hospital in Arkansas to be named an Antimicrobial Stewardship Center of Excellence by the Infectious Diseases Society of America. Washington Regional has once again been recognized as the #1 hospital in Arkansas by U.S. News and World Report for 2022-23, being ranked as high performing in seven areas of care — chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart attack, heart failure, hip replacement, kidney failure, knee replacement, lung cancer surgery, stroke and uterine cancer surgery.
In April 2022, Washington Regional and the Alice L. Walton Foundation announced plans to form a partnership to create a new, transformative health care system in northwest Arkansas focused on whole health in partnership with Cleveland Clinic. More news related to this partnership will be released soon.
In 2022, Washington Regional built out a 6,400 square foot academic space within the hospital that includes classrooms, resident work space, residency program team rooms, and program offices.
Mercy Hospital Berryville
Mercy Hospital Berryville is a 25-bed acute care critical access was ranked among the Top 25 percent of best-performing rural, acute care hospitals by iVantage Health Analytics and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health.
Mercy Hospital Berryville provides comprehensive inpatient care with dedicated hospitalist physicians, enabling patients to remain closer to home for recovery and follow-up care. The emergency department has state-of the-art equipment, including ambulance and Lifeline air transportation and is designated as a Level IV trauma center.
In 2014, the Mercy Berryville Imaging Services Department was CT accredited by the American College of Radiology and provides a full range of diagnostic imaging services that are interpreted by a board-certified radiologist. The Mercy Berryville sleep center is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Mercy Berryville’s outpatient clinics include family medicine, cardiology; ear, nose, throat, and audiology; nephrology; neurology; ophthalmology; outpatient surgery; physical therapy; psychiatry; rheumatology; and wound care.
Quick facts about Mercy in Berryville, Arkansas.
- 18,399 outpatient visits
- 25 beds
- 113 co-workers
- 10,188 emergency room visits
Mercy Berryville and Mercy Hospital Northwest in Rogers, Arkansas are part of the St. Louis, Missouri-based Mercy health system. Mercy, one of the 25 largest U.S. health systems and named the top large system in the U.S. for excellent patient experience by NRC Health, serves millions annually with nationally recognized quality care and one of the nation’s largest Accountable Care Organizations. Mercy is a highly integrated, multi-state health care system including more than 40 acute care, managed and specialty (heart, children’s, orthopedic and rehab) hospitals, convenient and urgent care locations, imaging centers and pharmacies. Mercy has 900 physician practices and outpatient facilities, 4,000 Mercy Clinic physicians and advanced practitioners, and more than 40,000 co-workers serving patients and families across Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Mercy also has clinics, outpatient services and outreach ministries in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.