With flu season in full swing, it is important to know when to seek medical treatment. Common cold and flu symptoms include a scratchy and sore throat, coughing, sneezing and stuffy nose, along with aches and pains. If you experience trouble breathing, chest pain, constant fever, pain when swallowing or constant severe cough, along with constant congestion and a headache, you should reach out to your Primary Care Physician. If you cannot get in to see your Primary Care Physic
Disasters don’t just happen on TV, they can occur right here in Arkansas. Making sure that you have necessary supplies on hand when something happens can not only ease your mind, but save lives. If an emergency happens, you may be without power, water or food for several days. It is important to have supplies readily accessible in such cases. Every home is different so consider the number of people in your family, any special needs and don’t forget your pets. Recommended Item
After weeks of renovations, NARMC's cafeteria is open. The public is welcome to visit and see the newly renovated space. Exposed brick and wood accent the room. Booths and tables allow for plenty seating. NARMC staff members are pictured enjoying the new space.
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center is not a building. It is a network made up of more than 850 dedicated professionals that care about keeping their community safe and healthy. Those people are what make up the fabric of NARMC. Meet our team and find out why they are proud to be a part of NARMC.
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) is proud to announce the promotion of Lacy (Sharp) Huff, BSN, RN to Surgical Director. Lacy has been with NARMC since 2014. Lacy obtained her Bachelor’s of Nursing at North Arkansas College. She is currently pursuing her Master’s of Nursing. Lacy previously worked as a surgical tech at NARMC in 2002. She has worked in surgery for her entire nursing career. “I love the operating room and my specialty, orthopedics, drew me back to