Community and staff members recently gathered at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) to celebrate team members and everything they have accomplished during the last quarter. Attendees heard from various team members, administration and the Board of Directors. “We have so much to celebrate here at NARMC because we are more than a facility; we are a team of people that stand ready to serve our community at any moment,” President and CEO, Vince Leist said. “Today, we
Recently seven local women were honored at The Women of Distinction Luncheon. Two NARMC Auxiliary volunteers, Peggy Jackson and Mary Pledger, along with Board of Governors member, Laretta Moore, were among the honorees. Congratulations! You are all so deserving of this honor!
Twenty local high school students spent two weeks of their summer learning about careers in the medical field. The annual MASH (Medical Application of Science for Health) program is a two-week intensive summer program for high school students who will be entering their junior or senior year in the Fall school year. MASH is sponsored and funded by North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, the Arkansas Farm Bureau, Arkansas Blue Cr
In 2016, leaders across Boone County began working on a strategic planning process. Out of that effort came #BelieveBooneCounty. The four focus areas include improving the region’s economy; workforce development, retention and recruitment; quality of life and telling our story with the goal of building and moving forward as a community. A number of individuals and corporations have stepped up to support this effort financially. Recognizing the importance of each of the focus
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) is proud to announce that the NARMC team has been awarded the AR SAVES Site Excellence Award once again. The award was announced at the 10th anniversary AR SAVES conference in Hot Springs, Arkansas, on May 23. AR SAVES (Stroke Assistance through Virtual Emergency Support) is a telemedicine program that links emergency room doctors from 54 sites across Arkansas to a stroke neurologist via a live, two-way video so that patients can