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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as 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

Below the national average



Baptist Memorial Health Care partnered with northeast Arkansas NEA Clinic they created the multispecialty NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jonesboro, AR.

Nea Baptist Memorial Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Craighead County, AR.

Nea Baptist Memorial Hospital does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Nea Baptist Memorial 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

Location and Directions


I was admitted in a medical emergency and usually I will go to Memphis for hospital care. But I can say; I had the best care here and I will stay here again shoukd I ever need hospital care again. From the great, caring staff in ICU, to the Radiology and Surgical staff... I feel so very confident that any care I might need in the future will be top notch. The diagnosis the doctors had to make was difficult but they figured it out. They did save my life. Several times. I am so grateful to all the Physicians, Nurses, Surgeons, Interventional Radiology Team, ICU Team, and the Physical Therapy and Respiratory Therapy Staff. Thank you! (a month ago)

Staff has been so helpful and attentive. The doctors have really surprised me. Especially Dr. Williams. My 1st night here she actually sat down with me, got her own detailed history from me, took notes, and even took time to find out who I was personally. Ive never had any doctor act so concerned over my health and care plan. Each of the nurses have been wonderful as well. Andrea, Crystal, Rebecca, Becky, Autumn, Lisa. One of the RN, Jason, actually took the time to walk me down to Starbucks in the lobby. They have acted like a team whose main goal was to get me better. They look at the whole you, not just the illness you are being treated for. If you get sick, this is where you need to be for the best care around. (2 months ago)

This hospital is a JOKE.They don't deserve even one star. A big zero would be more appropriate for them. I had to bring my daughter to the ER for mouth pain. She had been hit in the head with a very heavy object. Dr. Herman then gave us this long speech about opioid use. When he needed to address my daughter's injury, and pain. He treated her like she was some sort of junkie, or drug user. Which has never been the case. But instead she continued to hurt even after her release from NEA. But to make matters worse while we were there. A monitor was going off in her room making a loud alert sound. I called the nurse's station to come turn the monitor off. I called twice in a twenty five minute time period. Apparently, nurses don't have feet at this hospital. Because no one ever came to turn the monitor off. My daughter is still in pain today and her face is still swollen up badly. It's Thanksgiving Day!! She won't be enjoying her holiday at all because of this so called hospital. I recommend that you go to St. Bernards Regional Medical Center, if you are seeking medical attention for any kind of help. These people are not medical professionals. They do however seems to be Judges of your character without knowing you. (6 months ago)

Great staff,. Good food.doing dialysis and physical therapy. Really make things easier for me. Make sure my pain is controlled. I'm impressed. (2 months ago)

Have used NEA Baptist with my parents and w myself, both hospital and cancer center and am highly satisfied! Even the meals a good, wouldn’t say great, but good! (2 months ago)

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