NARMC’s mission is to provide quality healthcare to this community and we remain focused on that task. The NARMC Board of Directors appreciates what the staff and administration do to support that effort day and night, and we encourage the community to do the same. Although we are aware of the public meeting scheduled for Tuesday evening, February 27, at the Durand Center, we were not formally invited by the organizers to participate. We strongly believe in the importance and
The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center's Auxiliary is proud to welcome its newest members. North Arkansas Regional Medical Center's Auxiliary donated more than 26,600 volunteer hours to various NARMC departments in 2017.
If you are interested in joining the Auxiliary, visit www.narmc.com/volunteers or call 870-414-4622.
Mayor Dan Sherrell recently signed a proclamation declaring March as National Nutrition Month in Harrison. Sherrell presented dietitians from North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) with the proclamation and discussed the importance of nutrition for a healthy community. National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education campaign celebrated each year. The awareness initiative highlights the importance of making informed health decisions and recognizes registered dietiti
If you are a patient of Dr. Reese, you may have noticed his office has changed locations. You can now find Dr. Reese and his team at 715 West Sherman Street Suite J in Harrison. Dr. Reese has served the Harrison community for 42 years. He was the first physician to join forces with North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC). He and his team are looking forward to continuing to serve their patients in a new facility. Amy Raver has worked with Dr. Reese for 12 years and wit