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Voluntary non-profit - Private

ARKANSAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

1 CHILDREN'S WAY, SLOT 301, LITTLE ROCK, AR 72202
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4.2 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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About ARKANSAS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL

1 CHILDREN'S WAY, SLOT 301
LITTLE ROCK, AR 72202

Information about the hospital and healthcare for children, parents, professionals and the community. Pediatric and neo-natal care guides.

Arkansas Children's Hospital is one of the childrens/facilities located in Pulaski County, AR.

Arkansas Children's Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Arkansas Children's Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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Reviews

Invested money in NWA but the main hospital in Little Rock needs some updating to allow for more light and color to seep into the dark hallways of the hospital. The sanitizing stations throughout the hospital are manual and attract germs as people have to manually pump the dispenser. Public bathrooms have only one stall in the older parts of the hospital which is outdated. Most of the staff seemed to not like their jobs and were depressed during our visit with a surgical patient. The foundation didn't return our calls when we called to donate. The media relations team has never returned our emails or calls from our several media companies. The hospital really needs a good cleaning and face lift. (3 weeks ago)

We have a 2 year old with GI difficulties. From my understanding the GI department is only able to perform lower scans 2 days a week-they told us it would be September before they could schedule us? Why? We have an emergency situation and we’re forced to move on from ARChildrens persuing availability in St Louis, Memphis and Dallas. Thought ARChildrens was good...my first experience (2 weeks ago)

Thank God for all the men and women who work extremely hard here. My family always feels welcome. The staff make sure of that with their wonderful attitudes. (a month ago)

I have to give one star to leave a review. We took our son in late Friday night with a fever of 104.7 and flu symptoms, he could barely walk. Waited in the waiting rooms for 1.5 hours before going back to a room to be told by the doctor that maybe he had the flu, maybe he didn’t, and they don’t worry about a fever under 105. He had some chest pains (and he has high BP for unknown reasons) but since he is an “otherwise healthy athlete” per the doctor, then we shouldn’t worry. He didn’t test him for anything, didn’t prescribe anything, didn’t give any advice except wash our hands, and left. The nurse was more helpful. A resident did see him first and she was very nice and prescribed something for the nausea. Four days later he is still extremely sick and fever stays around 100-102 and now he has a cough. This is the second bad experience we have had with the ER. Twice we have gotten doctors that seem like they really don’t care at all and have been rushed out the door. They do act like they are irritated that you are even there. I agree with the other reviewer, I don’t feel like they should bill my insurance company at all. Maybe children coming in on an ambulance get better treatment, not sure, but if you are walking in with your child, good luck. (5 months ago)

I was in the ICU for 3 days and the normal hospital for 4 back in October when my lungs shut down. The staff was great and the food was amazing. It's hard to get an apportionment there but it's always worth it (3 months ago)

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