Update: The ribbon cutting for the new clinic, pictured below, was held Tuesday, August 18.
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CONWAY, Ark. (July 30, 2020) –
Regional Health System has opened a family medical clinic with expanded hours
that is accessible to the public as well as the Hendrix College community. The
clinic is a partnership between Conway Regional and Hendrix College and
officially opened on July 6.
“The partnership with Hendrix
College is another innovative way that Conway Regional is keeping its promise
to provide high-quality, compassionate care to the community,” said Matt Troup,
President and CEO of Conway Regional Health System. “Partnerships are what make
our community successful and organization stronger. As a community-based
hospital, the partnership with Hendrix College supports our mission, and we
look forward to serving the students and our community through this new
Conway Regional Hendrix Medical Clinic is
available to meet the primary care needs of Conway residents as well as the
Hendrix community including faculty, staff, and students.
“We are excited about the opening of the new
clinic, and we are grateful to Conway Regional for their partnership,” said
Hendrix President Ellis Arnold. “The new clinic will offer a higher level of
care and service for our students and employees and will serve the health and
wellness needs of our campus and community for years to come.”
Allison Wilson, APRN, and Necie Reed,
APRN, are currently accepting telemedicine as well as in-person appointments.
Katie Deacon, APRN, and Samantha Primm, PA-C, will be joining the medical staff
Located at 1700 Altus St. Suite 100, the
site of the former Hendrix College Bookstore, the office building has four exam
rooms, x-ray and laboratory services, and a procedure room, as well as offices
and work areas for the staff.
To schedule an appointment, call
501-852-1366 or visit www.conwayregional.org/appointments.
Regional Health System provides complete health care services to a seven-county
service area of North Central Arkansas including Cleburne, Conway, Faulkner,
Perry, Pope, Van Buren and Yell Counties. Centered on a 150-bed, acute care
medical center, the health system provides patients with a variety of services
including heart health, orthopedic care, neuro-spine surgery, vascular surgery,
gastroenterology services, women’s health, surgery, and rehabilitation. Conway
Regional operates an expansive physician enterprise, including ten primary care
clinics and seven specialty clinics. Additionally, the health system operates a
Rehabilitation Hospital and a 70,000-square-foot Health and Fitness Center. In
June of 2019, Conway Regional announced a management agreement with the
Dardanelle Hospital, since renamed as the Dardanelle Regional Medical Center.
than 200 physicians providing services at Conway Regional, the organization
partners with the medical staff in an Accountable Clinical Management Model
(ACM). This one-of-a-kind partnership creates a model of shared
governance to promote meaningful engagement of physician leaders with hospital
administrative leadership—all in an effort to improve patient experience and
Regional maintains an employee engagement score in the top 20% of hospitals
throughout the country and a Medical Staff engagement score in the top 5%, as
compared to hospitals of similar size and scope. Conway Regional was the first
hospital in Arkansas to partner with Arkansas Children’s Hospital in the
Nursery Alliance, allowing more babies to receive care closer to home. Conway
Regional is the only hospital in Arkansas named to Modern Healthcare’s National
Best Places to Work in 2018, 2019, and received the honor again in 2020. Conway
Regional has been named an Arkansas Best Place to Work in 2017, 2018 and
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