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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Not Available (Results are not available for this reporting period)


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia has been committed to serving the citizens of southwest Arkansas since 1981. One way is through family clinics such as ...

Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Clark County, AR.

Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia 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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My 4 year old was having trouble breathing and her pediatrician was closed for the weekend so we ended up in the er. After waiting 5 hours we finally saw Alan Schumacher for about 3 minutes. He said she had a minor respiratory infection that would go away in a day or two and no medication was needed. After suffering through the weekend I got my daughter into her pediatricians office and it turns out she has pneumonia. Make the extra drive to Hot Springs this hospital and it's "doctors" are a joke. (2 months ago)

Ive never personally been to this hospital. But my baby sister just had her baby delivered there. And my sister's baby left arm was broken during delivery. Days after she had her baby she had to rush baby to the ER. Because the baby had red knots sticking out of that left arm and was not eating because of being in pain. Doctors at the ER are saying the baby may NEVER have use of that arm again. (7 months ago)

This is being typed one-handed, so there may be errors. On July 25, 2017, I broke my arm and was taken by ambulance to this hospital. From the time I got there, to the time I left, I got best care you could posssibly get. Kay (admin clerk), was wonderful and even gave me a hug when I left! The ER staff, Dr. McLeod, Cody and Emily, RN's were great.I wish I could say more, thank you all for all you did for me. I would recommend this hospital very highly!!!! Thanks again (11 months ago)

Doctor/nurse were nice, however I was sent out the door without anticoagulation for a small PE. I was unable to get meds through pharmacy. Standard of care was not implemented and will be reported to Joint Commision. (8 months ago)

I had my first child here. Went into labor August 22,2017.(my actual due date) When I walked in the door with horrible contractions, they seated me in the waiting room because there were no beds available in labor and delivery. After about 10 min, they realized how far along I was in my labor because I was sitting on my side and hurting bad. By the time I got into a room I was dialated to an 8. Delivery went well, and I was transfered out of the labor and delivery because there were still no beds available. Then, before leaving the hospital, the nurse came in my room with my discharge papers and said i was ready to go. I was confused cause even though I am a first time mom,I know that babies are supposed to have test done before leaving. I asked my nurse about the tests and they had forgotten about them. Then,a week after I was released from the hospital I recieved a call from the hospital telling me that when my baby went for his hearing test, they asked an intern nurse to take him back to my room. AND THEY PUT MY BABY IN THE WRONG ROOM. needless to say I am one mad momma. (10 months ago)

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