Did you know that NARMC offers a diabetes management class? This class covers nutrition, medication, wellness and more topics that will help you cope with your chronic disease. The class spans over two days. Each day includes four hours of instruction. Here are the upcoming class dates: August 15 and 22, 1-5 p.m., NARMC Conference Room D September 22 and 29, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., NARMC Conference Room D October 16 and 23, 1-5 p.m., NARMC Conference Room A November 7 and 14, 1-5 p.m
As many are aware, there have been a number of changes in medical staff members at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center recently. Some of these changes are planned retirements, while others are recent developments. Therefore, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide information to the community we serve since these changes impact many patients. In recent months, several physicians have announced they are leaving NARMC. Obviously, we are disappointed in these departures
A record held since 2009 was recently broken at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC). The NARMC team successfully completed 49 procedures on Friday, August 3, which broke the former record of 43 procedures completed in one day at the hospital. The record day's procedures included orthopedics, ENT, general surgery, endoscopy and obstetrics performed by four different surgeons. In total, over 75 team members contribute to the success of these surgeries at NARMC. From
The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) Auxiliary Thrift Store is currently undergoing renovations. The outdoor renovations have wrapped up this week with indoor renovations to begin soon. The story is remaining open during the renovations. The public is encouraged to stop by and see the new look!
This week, teachers are getting back into their routine for school. With students starting soon, teachers are preparing for a positive school year and that includes education sessions. Teachers in the Bergman school district heard from Brittany Martin, Director of Rehabilitation at NARMC, on their first day back to school. Martin focused on back pain, proper body mechanics and how physical therapy is an effective alternative to opioids. “Physical therapy is a calling for me,