Official page: HerHealth Clinic by Washington Regional provides a wide range of specialized women's care services including gynecology care, routine and high risk obstetrics and infertility.
A woman's physical and emotional concerns are unique, which is why she needs specialized women's care. We address these concerns with warmth, care and clinical expertise. We offer specialized women's care designed just for her. Our specialized women's care providers include Britte D. Smith, M.D., Candy E. Birch, M.D., Laura R. Collins, M.D., Mary Pat Hardman, M.D., Kristin L. Markell, M.D., Amy L. Scott, M.D., Julie A. Wilkie, M.D., Randall D. Hightower, M.D. Our two locations are: Johnelle Hunt Women's Center - Washington Regional 3215 N North Hills Blvd., Suite B Fayetteville, AR 72703 Phone (479) 463-5500 Fax (479)-463-5542 Clinic Hours 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Friday Washington Regional - Springdale Center for Health 813 Founders Park Dr., Suite 201 Springdale, AR 72762 Phone (479) 463-5500 Clinic Hours 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Friday
Washington Regional joins all in our community who peacefully demand justice and equality for every citizen of our nation, and we reject systems and practices that obstruct the realization of those basic human values. Washington Regional and its leadership are committed to equality and fair treatment for all, be they our patients, employees, or any other community member. We believe in equal access, equal opportunity, opposition to discrimination in all its forms, and unconditional assistance for all who may suffer. Click on the link to read Washington Regional's full message of solidarity and opposition to racism https://bit.ly/3cJn5AB
June is #Alzheimers and Brain Awareness Month. Today, we're going purple to spread awareness and help #ENDALZ. Share a pic of you in your purple and visit wregional.com/memoryclinic for more information about Alzheimer's disease and memory disorders.
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Today is #WorldNoTobaccoDay. Tobacco smoking is the primary cause of lung cancer and second-hand smoke also increases your risk of lung cancer. Help create a generation free from tobacco and second-hand smoke. Visit smokefree.gov or call 800-QUIT-NOW for help to #stopsmoking.
Happy Memorial Day from HerHealth Clinic. Our clinic is closed today but remember a HerHealth physician is always on call. #herhealthclinic #wegetyou
Thank you EMS!
Washington Regional is celebrating National #EMSweek. Thank you to all our EMS partners for always going above and beyond the call. Help honor these frontline workers by leaving a shout out in the comments!
This week is National Hospital Week and HerHealth Clinic is blessed to be a part of Washington Regional!
This week marked National Hospital Week, a time when we recognized all our team members throughout the system. This year’s theme is Prepared to Care, something our staff exemplifies every day. Please take a moment to watch this special video featuring messages of thanks from our community and executive team members.
There are many things you can do to improve your health, even simple choices like going on a walk! What steps will you take this year? #womenshealthweek #herhealthclinic #wegetyou
It’s Women’s Check up day and we to encourage you to make your health a priority! Our providers at HerHealth Clinic are here for you. 479-463-5500 to schedule an appointment. #herhealthclinic#wegetyou #womenscheckupday
🚨Phones are back up! 🚨
Happy Mother’s Day! #herhealthclinic #wegetyou #mothersday
🚨Important Update🚨 Effective Monday, May 11, the Washington Regional Coronavirus Screening Clinic will relocate to the Washington Regional Urgent Care location in the William L. Bradley Medical Plaza. This Urgent Care location will serve only individuals who meet the CDC guidelines for testing, may have been exposed to coronavirus, or have symptoms of a respiratory illness. For more information on this and Washington Regional's response to coronavirus visit wregional.com/main/coronavirus.
Are you getting enough calcium in your diet? It's important to eat the right foods to build and maintain good bones. #nationalosteoporosismonth #herhealthclinic #wegetyou
Today is National Nurses Day! The World Health Organization has named 2020 as Year of the Nurse. Washington Regional celebrates the contributions and positive impact of these #WRHealthCareHeores. Tag your favorite nurse and share what makes them special! #NursesDay
We have the best nurses at HerHealth Clinic! Happy Nurses Day! #herhealthclinic #wegetyou #nursesday
🚨Important Update🚨 On Monday, May 4, Washington Regional will resume elective procedures following guidelines provided by the Arkansas Department of Health. For more information on this and Washington Regional’s response to COVID-19 and the latest updates, visit wregional.com/main/coronavirus.
It can be hard to tell if that scratchy throat and runny nose are allergies, or something more serious. Be sure you know the symptoms of #COVID19 and stay home if you're sick to help #StopTheSpread.
🚨Coronavirus (COVID-19) Testing🚨
If you have symptoms of a respiratory illness, including fever, shortness of breath or cough, call Washington Regional's Coronavirus Screening Hotline at 479.463.2055 for guidance on how to get tested.
Happy Earth Day! What will you do to participate in Earth Day? Share your photos with us! #herhealthclinic #wegetyou
Call 479-463-5500 or visit https://www.wregional.com/main/televisit-faq to learn more about how you can visit with one of our providers from the comfort of your own home.
This week is National Infertility Week!
This week is STD Awareness Week. Many STDs don’t cause any symptoms, so the only way to know for sure is to get tested.
#herhealthclinic #wegetyou #stdawareness
April is Stress Awareness Month. Especially during this time, it is important to deal with stress and explore different options to manage it. #wegetyou #herhealthclinic
Happy Easter from HerHealth Clinic! #wegetyou #herhealthclinic
[04/10/20] It’s National Sibling Day! Show us your sweet sibling pics!
🚨Attention Mask Makers🚨
As the Centers for Disease Control is now recommending cloth face masks for all individuals in public settings, we are accepting homemade fabric mask donations for our non-clinical team members and visitors. If you can help, please click the link below for the preferred pattern and other donation information.
HerHealth Clinic is grateful for the generous donation of 1,000 masks. Thank you to Chinese Association of NorthWest Arkansas, Walson Chinese School, and Grace Chinese Christian Church. #herhealthclinic #wegetyou
Today is World Heath Day. During these times, it’s especially important to work on your health and boosting your immune system. Things you can do are eating fresh fruits and vegetables, exercise and drink 8-10 glasses of water.
Not sure how to talk to your kids about the Coronavirus pandemic? Use these tips from the CDC and World Health Organization to help talk to your little ones about COVID-19. #StopTheSpread
Expectant mothers may be espcially worried about contracting COVID-19. This information from UAMS explains why it's so important for pregnant women to protect themselves from illness.
The World Health Organization is busting myths about Coronaviurs, such as whether warmer weather could help slow the spread. Don't let down your guard! #WHO #StopTheSpread #coronavirus
Please see changes to visitor policy including Labor and Delivery.
🚨 At HerHealth Clinic patients may only bring one visitor(above 18 years of age and pass COVID -19 screening) as below:
-First prenatal visit with physician
-Prenatal Anatomy ultrasound
Washington Regional Medical Center is continuously monitoring the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) across our nation, state and community. As the number of confirmed and presumptive cases continues to grow in Northwest Arkansas, it is necessary to make additional changes to the hospital’s visitor policy in order to safeguard our patients, workforce and community, and slow the further spread of Coronavirus. The following visitor policy changes are effective immediately at Washington Regional Medical Center:
Visitors are not permitted unless the patient is in one of the categories listed below. Patients in those categories will only be permitted one (1) visitor who must be at least 18 years of age or older and pass a Coronavirus screening. Patients who may receive a visitor are:
- Patients receiving end-of-life care (e.g., terminally ill patients)
- Obstetric patients (one adult support person)
- Neo-natal intensive care unit (NICU) patients
- Patients undergoing an urgent or emergent surgical procedure
- Emergency Department patients who are in critical condition
The visitor policies are subject to change as developments concerning Coronavirus necessitate. Please visit www.wregional.com/main/coronavirus for current visitation practices and further information about the Coronavirus pandemic.
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March is #EndometriosisAwarenessMonth. This painful condition affects millions of women and girls. You can learn more about endometriosis symptoms at https://endometriosisassn.org/about-endometriosis. If you have symptoms, the providers at Washington Regional's HerHealth can help. Call 479.463.5500 to schedule an appointment.
A woman's physical and emotional concerns are unique, which is why she needs specialized women's care. We address these concerns with warmth, care and clinical expertise. We offer specialized women's care designed just for her. Our specialized women's care providers include
Britte Smith M.D., Candy Birch M.D., Laura Collins M.D., Mary Pat Hardman M.D., Kristin Markell M.D., Amy Scott M.D., Erin Large M.D., Julie Wilkie M.D. Our two locations are: Johnelle Hunt Women's Center - Washington Regional 3215 N North Hills Blvd., Suite B Fayetteville, AR 72703 Phone (479) 463-5500 Fax (479)-463-5542 Clinic Hours 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Friday Washington Regional - Springdale Center for Health 813 Founders Park Dr., Suite 201 Springdale, AR 72762 Phone (479) 463-5500 Clinic Hours 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Friday
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Official page: Washington Regional is here for you with a comprehensive healthcare network, including our hospital, facilities, and clinics. We have more than 300 physicians who are experts in over 37 specialties.
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West Oaks Animal Hospital, LLC was established in 1991. We offer care and services for small animals. Vaccinations, surgery, well/sick examinations, ultrasound/xrays, in-house bloodwork and lab, baths/nail trims, doggy daycare and boarding.