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Medicare Performace Measures


Below the national average


Above the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average



The Baptist Health Medical Center-North Little Rock campus is like nothing you've ever seen before. Services are delivered in a more inviting, less institutionalized ...

Baptist Health Medical Center North Little Rock is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Pulaski County, AR.

Baptist Health Medical Center North Little Rock does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Baptist Health Medical Center North Little Rock 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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The nurses all have attitudes. If they don't like their jobs they need to find a new one. It took 3 hours to finally get to the room. Only after I had to ask if maybe we had missed them calling my friend back. They had asked him to wait in outside area of waiting room on bench. No one said they needed more information. After I got him registered they immediately called his name. The doctor was very kind, but the nurses are extremely rude. The nurses don't need to be in this field if they can't be more humane. I wish I had taken him a different hospital. (2 weeks ago)

My sister brought me the ER and I passed out right as we were at the entrance. The nurses that cared for me were very rude and did not seem to care that I was extremely terrified. I have been in remission from cancer for almost 2 years and as you can imagine I get very scared with any health issue. They told the doctor only part of what I had told them that led to me passing out. The doctor was not informed by the nurses that I had passed out, my husband informed her. I told them my head felt very hot and they did not take my temperature until after the doctor asked a few hours later. The nurse that drew my blood left the needle on top of the trash can and my 4 year old was in the room with us. The doctor was wonderful but the first two nurses were horrible. Baptist treated me for my cancer in LR and they were beyond awesome. I'm disappointed in NLR. (in the last week)

Who goes to an ER and doesn't see a Doctor? Twice now, once for my daughter who was diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture of the nose. Immediately made an appointment with her ENT only to find out her nose was not broken, and it was even said in the Radiologist notes. Yesterday I was injured on the job and needed to have my hand checked out. The only time I left the waiting room was for X-Ray, again never seeing an actual doctor. I understand APRN's are very competent but I go to the ER to see a Doctor and get the issue fully checked out. If I wanted to see a Nurse Practitioner I was pay a lot less and go to an urgent care. (a month ago)

Last month (the week between Christmas and New Years) my grandmother was admitted to the ER via ambulance. Although it was a very stressful experience, the staff - from the ER doctor, to the front desk support, to the janitor all gave superior customer service. Each employee that I came in contact with had excellent bedside manner and were so accommodating to me and my family. Job well done! (4 months ago)

was just there i was in a very bad car wreck an the first Male nurse I seen was rude af... I couldn't believe it most of the lady's nurse on 1st and 2nd shifts are very great night shift made me think that this was the worst hospital I've ever been 2 I'll never go back. unless I can get in an out in the mornings I'd never go on NIGHT SHIFT EVER EVER AGAIN!!! (3 weeks ago)

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