Northwest Arkansas offers fantastic healthcare and incredible investments are being made to make our healthcare even better.
The new $140 million Mercy Medical Campus is anchored by a 350,000 square-foot medical center with 200 beds. The Mercy Physicians Plaza is home to the Mercy Heart and Vascular Center, Mercy Wellness Center, Mercy Institute of Gastroenterology, Rogers Medical Center, Mercy Women’s Health and medical specialties in rheumatology, neurology and endocrinology as well as internal medicine and the Mercy Sleep Center. Mercy is a faith-based Catholic not-for-profit hospital that is a member of the Sisters of Mercy Health System based outside St. Louis. 2710 Rife Medical Ln., Rogers. For more information, call (479) 338-8000 or visit mercy4u.com.
Arkansas Children's Northwest (ACNW) in Springdale is the region's first and only children's hospital. ACNW provides pediatric inpatient, outpatient and emergency services to more than 200,000 children. The hospital was designed intentionally for children to find delight through discovering fascinating objects from floor to ceiling, including a focal tree structure with colorful birds perched throughout the branches from the ground floor to the first floor. Bright colors and fun shapes greet patients at every turn. A natural trail, gardens and fountain provide an outside oasis. In addition to the region's only pediatric emergency department, ACNW offers a full range of ancillary and diagnostic services. For more information, call (479) 725-6800 or visit ARChildrens.org/Northwest.
The Schmieding Center for Senior Health and Education is a premier community-based center for healthy living in the second half of life. The Schmieding Center addresses the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and lifestyle needs of older adults with care, compassion and competency. It provides caregiving consultations, aging resources, certified home caregiver training, community learning opportunities, continuing education for health professionals, aging information, referral, and consultation services through its new Schmieding C.A.R.E.S. (Community Aging Resources, Education and Support) program, and specialized geriatric healthcare to promote a healthy and harmonious aging experience. Visit SchmiedingCenter.org for more information.
The Northwest Health System team of over 400 healthcare professionals is committed to meeting the health needs of Northwest Arkansas. With locations in Bentonville, Springdale, and Willow Creek Women’s Hospital in Johnson, they believe in the power of people to create great care and work hard every day to be places of healing, caring and connection for patients and families in our community. For more information on each location visit NorthwestHealth.com.
Landmark Cancer Center is one of the finest comprehensive cancer treatment centers in all of America. Its dedicated team of licensed and certified professionals has the experience, technology and expertise to deliver excellent treatment and care. Equipped with a wide array of advanced technology, Landmark provides a significant step forward for patients requiring radiation therapy or chemotherapy. Landmark provides a wide spectrum of external beam radiation therapy services, including 3-D conformal treatment planning, Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT), RapidArc and Stereoactic Radiosurgery (SRS). Visit LMCCancerCenter.com or 2526 Pinnacle Hills Pkwy. in Rogers to learn more.
The Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks (VHSO) has served Veterans living in and visiting 23 counties in Northwest Arkansas, southwest Missouri and eastern Oklahoma since 1935. Services include primary care, mental health care, specialty care, women’s clinic, pharmacy, social work, surgery, and nutrition services. Located at 1000 N. College Ave. in Fayetteville. For more information visit FayettevilleAR.va.gov or call (479) 443-4301.
Highlands Oncology Group (HOG) is staffed by an expert team of board-certified physicians, certified oncology nurses, licensed radiation therapists and radiology technicians, and oncology trained pharmacists. They offer the latest cancer-fighting technologies and services at Highlands’ 56,000-square-foot comprehensive cancer center located at 808 S. 52nd St. in Rogers. Services include an infusion suite, radiation therapy, CLIA certified laboratory, research department, massage and lymphedema services, yoga instruction, in-house retail pharmacy, cafe, a chapel and chaplain services. They also have a clinic at 3232 N. North Hills Blvd. in Fayetteville. For more information, call (479) 587-1700 or visit HighlandsOncologyGroup.com.