North Arkansas Regional Medical Center's Emergency Management Services (EMS) headquarters has moved into its new location, 1000 North Main Street in Harrison. For the first time in NARMC EMS history, all of the EMS services are under one roof. NARMC is very grateful for all of the generous donors who helped make this upgrade possible. "We have over 182 donors who have given to the EMS Logistics Facility during the EMS 'Every Minute Counts' campaign. There are nine levels of s
The holidays would not be the same without your favorite dishes served at family gatherings and celebrations. Unfortunately, most holiday dishes are not healthy, but there are easy ways to tweak your favorite recipes so you can eat them and not feel guilty for indulging. “It’s all about developing a healthy, positive relationship with food,” NARMC Clinical Dietitian Lynetta Smith, MS, RD, LD, said. “You can transform your favorite comfort food into healthy dishes in just minu
The NARMC Auxiliary donates thousands of hours of time each year to serve throughout NARMC. Women in pink jackets and men in red vests man welcome desks, assist departments, work in the gift shop and thrift store, host fundraisers for NARMC and so much more. During the auxiliary's December meeting, the group celebrated Christmas with a meal catered by NARMC. Door prizes were given out to every attendee. Thank you for your service, NARMC Auxiliary!
The holiday season is meant to be a joyful time of year. Unfortunately, hosting family get-togethers and the pressure of finding that perfect gift can result in unneeded stress. Our bodies tend to know better than we do and give off warning signs of when stress is setting in. “Fatigue, lack of energy or feeling of not being motivated, decreased or difficulty focusing on task at hand and increasing forgetfulness can all be signs that you are stressed out,” APRN Rana Burnside s
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center's (NARMC) breastfeeding support group, The Lactation Club (TLC), celebrated the holidays on Wednesday, December 13. The club meets once a month and is a time for families to fellowship and encourage one another. During the December meeting, NARMC's own Steve Richards, PharmD, and Sandra Guidry, Lactation Consultant, entertained the crowd with Christmas carols. Children and their parents enjoyed the extra dose of Christmas spirit.