Washington Regional

Washington Regional

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This has got to be the sorriest hospital I have ever ever seen in my life my dad was seen here yesterday because he was having bad chest pains and they told him nothing was wrong that his blood pressure was just high he had to be rushed to the er again today but this time was taken to another hospital come to find out his main blood vessel leading to his heart is damaged im am disgusted with this place if they can't do their job right they need to be shut down!!!!!
This is by far the worst hospital in northwest arkansas, if you need medical attention the save your self the trouble and go to another hospital to get actual medical attention.
Special shout-out to Cointa in the business office. I gave her fits today but she was gracious and friendly and helpful, even if I wasn't. Thank you, Cointa.
Billing, get your act together and stop screwing up my account. I had a payment plan set up which has now vanished from the computer, and my bank account has not been charged for any payments since January. Don't you dare screw up my credit!!!
I was told this morning (Sunday, March 7th, 2021) that Washington Regional was taking appointments for the Covid vaccine for people 50 and over. So I signed up for an appointment but was told I do not qualify for the 1B requirements. I am over 60 years and work in outdoor retail. Can you please clarify who is eligible at this time?

Thank you.
We would like to send a great big Thank You to the nurses and staff on the 2nd floor that took care of my husband during his recent stay at the hospital for a kidney removal. I can't thank you enough for the GREAT care you gave him during this tough time for us.
The nurses that took care of him were phenomenal!! Kristina , Jennifer, and Steve...what amazing young people and excellent nurses!!! A few of the assistants I can remember were Anna, Silvia...I wish I could remember all of their names. I have never experienced better hospital care than from this team. You each put your heart and soul into the care you give and it made a world of difference. God bless each one of you!!
This is an article that appeared in yesterday's New York Times about the Eli Lilly drug Bamlanivimab that was administered to me at WRMC on December 13. I was so sick I was taken by ambulance to one of the emergency Covid units at Regional.
Many thanks to Dr. Kim Agee and Dr. James Salmon who knew to advise me to ask about the drug which had only that week been given temporary permission by FDA to be used. At that point, only one other person at Regional had been given the infusion, and nationwide, there was not even any list of anecdotal evidence for or against it. Now there is some evidence and it looks GOOD!!
Many thanks to our great Covid staff!

A huge Thank you to all Health Care Worker's and essential workers. Thank you each day for your dedication and service to our community! This one's for you 💝
Would love to know if our Covid staff could use some goodies during this new spike in caseload... who do we arrange this with... fruit? cheese? nuts? energy bars? tea? juice? I'm pretty sure there's enough sugary stuff available... but if candy is what's required, count us in!
I would just like to thank everyone that has helped me out through the Covid testing and everything after that. From the caring and easy drive up test, to the follow up and helpful support already! Thank you Washington Regional!
Bobcat spotted at the new administration office off Gregg this morning!

Official page: Washington Regional is the only not-for-profit, community-owned and locally governed healthcare system in Northwest Arkansas.

Its comprehensive healthcare network consists of a 425-bed medical center and over 55 clinic locations. Thank you for visiting our page. This page is not monitored by medical professionals. If you have specific medical questions, please call your physician's office. If you need immediate medical assistance, go to the nearest emergency department or call 911. Washington Regional values the engagement and interaction we receive from our community, and we invite you to comment on our posts, mention us in your posts and to post on our wall. We reserve the right to hide, delete, ban or report page engagements including but not limited to content that we determine to be: profane, unsafe, threatening, harassing, inappropriate or disrespectful.

Photos from Washington Regional's post 05/10/2021

Happy Hospital Week! We’re celebrating with a weeklong baseball theme to thank our team for knocking it out of the park! We showed our appreciation today with Cracker Jack and some Washington Regional swag. We ❤️ our team members! #HospitalWeek #thankyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

05/10/2021

Congrats to Danita Mullins, our ED leader!

Our next #NursesofNote honoree is Danita Mullins, who serves as Emergency Department Director at Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville, AR. A common thread throughout nominations submitted by two of her colleagues was that Danita "has been steadfast and strong during the pandemic, adapting and helping to push our department forward with positivity and encouragement." As you can see below, she also makes it her business to meet the needs of the moment for all of WRMC's patients.

Thanks for everything you do, Danita—you embody what it means to be a Nurse of Note!

Timeline Photos 05/10/2021

Meet some of the members of our food service team! Our hospital patients and staff rely on this group every day. They prepare thousands of meals each week - including special meals for patients who may have dietary restrictions. This group keeps us going with breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between. We ❤️ our food service team 🥪🥗🍲🍽️ 👩‍🍳👨‍🍳

Meet some of the members of our food service team! Our hospital patients and staff rely on this group every day. They prepare thousands of meals each week - including special meals for patients who may have dietary restrictions. This group keeps us going with breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between. We ❤️ our food service team 🥪🥗🍲🍽️ 👩‍🍳👨‍🍳

Photos from Washington Regional's post 05/09/2021

How sweet is this?! The Sampson family donated Mother’s Day gift bags to our NICU. When Aly and Chap Sampson’s daughter, June, arrived early, the family spent Mother’s Day in the NICU. They wanted to give back in honor of June’s 2nd birthday. Thanks to the generosity of their family, friends and other NICU parents, they were able to donate 40 bags to help moms celebrate their special day!

05/09/2021
Photos from Washington Regional's post 05/08/2021

With the number of COVID cases lower than in previous months, Washington Regional’s respiratory therapy department was able to return lifesaving ventilators that were loaned to our medical center when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Thanks to the generosity of Central EMS, the University of Arkansas and NorthWest Arkansas Community College, we were able to expand our capacity to care for an additional 14 critical care patients. We are thankful for our community partners for lending us this life saving equipment. Serving as the only regional community non-profit hospital, it is an honor and privilege to partner with these outstanding organizations. Please do your part to keep case numbers low by getting vaccinated, wearing a mask in public, practicing social distancing and washing your hands. #thankyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

05/07/2021

🚨IMPORTANT🚨
We know many people still have questions about the COVID vaccine. Starting May 10, our COVID-19 Hotline will be staffed with medical experts who can address your questions or concerns.

If you have vaccine questions, call 479.463.2055, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to speak with a medical professional. More info at https://bit.ly/3baR3zv.

🚨IMPORTANT🚨
We know many people still have questions about the COVID vaccine. Starting May 10, our COVID-19 Hotline will be staffed with medical experts who can address your questions or concerns.

If you have vaccine questions, call 479.463.2055, Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to speak with a medical professional. More info at https://bit.ly/3baR3zv.

Timeline Photos 05/07/2021

We're here for you! Check out this patient review for Dr. Brian Pottorf of Washington Regional General Surgery Clinic.

We're here for you! Check out this patient review for Dr. Brian Pottorf of Washington Regional General Surgery Clinic.

05/07/2021

Nurses Week 2021 - Choosing a Career of Caring

Health care is truly a calling, and it takes a special person to be a nurse. Here's why some of our nurses chose to make a career of caring. #nursesweek #nurse #hereforyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

Photos from Washington Regional's post 05/06/2021

It's official! Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan today declared May 6 - 12 #NursesWeek in the City of Fayetteville! Thank you, Mayor Jordan, for helping celebrate our nurses.
And thank you to the following for helping make our Nurses Day celebration possible:
Coca-Cola, Hiland Dairy, Ben E. Keith Foods, US Foods, GoFresh, Signarama, Centennial Bank and Signature Bank of Arkansas

05/06/2021

Nurses Week 2021

This National Nurses Day, we honor our amazing nurses who have done so much to care for our community over the last year. We couldn't be here for you without these #WRHealthCareHeroes. Leave a shout out for your favorite nurse in the comments. #nursesday #nurse #hereforyou

05/05/2021

Tomorrow is #NursesDay, but we're starting things a day early! Read about some of the contributions our amazing nurses have made during the pandemic. And if you're thinking about a career in nursing, find out how we're preparing new RNs for success https://bit.ly/3aZp85p

Tomorrow is #NursesDay, but we're starting things a day early! Read about some of the contributions our amazing nurses have made during the pandemic. And if you're thinking about a career in nursing, find out how we're preparing new RNs for success https://bit.ly/3aZp85p

Timeline Photos 05/05/2021

Did you know stroke symptoms can look different in women? Learn to spot the warning signs and call 911 if you have symptoms. #stroke #strokemonth #hereforyou

Did you know stroke symptoms can look different in women? Learn to spot the warning signs and call 911 if you have symptoms. #stroke #strokemonth #hereforyou

Timeline Photos 05/04/2021

Meet Tray Gordon, one of our transporters. Tray has all the great qualities of being a team player. He is always looking to help others. He always has a positive attitude. He is always a step ahead when it comes to preparing patients for exams, and Tray goes above and beyond during the transfer process to make sure they are well taken care of before transporting them to their next destination. It’s team members like Tray who give Washington Regional the professional and friendly atmosphere we’re known for. Thank you, Tray, for your dedication, hard work, and for bringing positivity to each and every day! #WRHealthCareHeroes #hereforyou

Meet Tray Gordon, one of our transporters. Tray has all the great qualities of being a team player. He is always looking to help others. He always has a positive attitude. He is always a step ahead when it comes to preparing patients for exams, and Tray goes above and beyond during the transfer process to make sure they are well taken care of before transporting them to their next destination. It’s team members like Tray who give Washington Regional the professional and friendly atmosphere we’re known for. Thank you, Tray, for your dedication, hard work, and for bringing positivity to each and every day! #WRHealthCareHeroes #hereforyou

05/04/2021

We want to send a huge THANK YOU to Food 4 Nurses NWA! They have made monthly snack donations to the team members in our COVID units throughout the pandemic, and this was their final drop off. We can't thank you enough for your support! #thankyou #grateful

We want to send a huge THANK YOU to Food 4 Nurses NWA! They have made monthly snack donations to the team members in our COVID units throughout the pandemic, and this was their final drop off. We can't thank you enough for your support! #thankyou #grateful

05/03/2021

Above & Beyond - When You Need Us Most

We're here for you, when you need us most.
Watch the video to see how Washington Regional is going above and beyond for our community.

05/03/2021

Joanne Fuller Testimonial

When Joanne and her husband decided to start their family, they were glad that to know HerHealth Clinic is part of Washington Regional’s Women and Infants Center.

04/30/2021

Today is Adopt a Shelter Pet Day 🐶 🐱 🐾 Many studies have shown having a pet can improve your health. Share a pic of your rescue pet in the comments!

Today is Adopt a Shelter Pet Day 🐶 🐱 🐾 Many studies have shown having a pet can improve your health. Share a pic of your rescue pet in the comments!

04/29/2021

🚨UPDATE🚨
Washington Regional Urgent Care in Fayetteville, which has operated solely as a respiratory illness and COVID-19 testing clinic since March 2020, will reopen as a full service urgent care facility on Sunday, May 2.

The clinic will be open daily from 8 am - 8 pm, and continue to offer COVID-19 testing while also providing evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of acute illnesses and injuries.

Upon arrival, Fayetteville Urgent Care Patients should stay in their vehicle and call 479.404.1010 to check in to be seen. Full details at https://bit.ly/3eG2eky

🚨UPDATE🚨
Washington Regional Urgent Care in Fayetteville, which has operated solely as a respiratory illness and COVID-19 testing clinic since March 2020, will reopen as a full service urgent care facility on Sunday, May 2.

The clinic will be open daily from 8 am - 8 pm, and continue to offer COVID-19 testing while also providing evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of acute illnesses and injuries.

Upon arrival, Fayetteville Urgent Care Patients should stay in their vehicle and call 479.404.1010 to check in to be seen. Full details at https://bit.ly/3eG2eky

04/28/2021

Washington Regional Milk Bank Donation

Jackie recently made her final donation to our Oklahoma Mothers' Milk Bank milk depot. In total, she donated 807 ounces for area infants! Jackie shares what giving this special gift means to her. Learn more about the milk depot at https://bit.ly/2QDj4Zk.

[04/28/21]   🚨UPDATE🚨
Due to inclement weather, our COVID-19 vaccine event scheduled for today, April 28, will be rescheduled. Those who had appointments today can receive their vaccine at their same scheduled time on Thursday, April 29 or Friday, April 30.

Timeline Photos 04/27/2021

April Parkhurst is an RN in our cardiology unit, where she recently made a big impression on one of her patients. The patient praised April for her understanding, reassurance, knowledge and ability to clearly communicate to the patient about his condition, helping ease his anxiety. Thank you, April, for living out our mission of providing compassionate care and for treating others as we would want to be treated. #WRHealthCareHeroes #hereforyou

April Parkhurst is an RN in our cardiology unit, where she recently made a big impression on one of her patients. The patient praised April for her understanding, reassurance, knowledge and ability to clearly communicate to the patient about his condition, helping ease his anxiety. Thank you, April, for living out our mission of providing compassionate care and for treating others as we would want to be treated. #WRHealthCareHeroes #hereforyou

04/27/2021

Exciting News: Washington Regional Center for Exercise will begin a phased reopening on May 17! Details in the link below...

We've got big news...we will begin a phased reopening on May 17! For your safety and ours, capacity will be limited and masks will be required except while actively working out. View full details and membership information at https://bit.ly/3tWvp9u.

Timeline Photos 04/26/2021

It's #WorldImmunizationWeek and there's even more reason to celebrate this year with the COVID-19 vaccine 💉 People age 16+ are eligible. Lean more about the vaccine and to schedule an appointment at https://bit.ly/2QwfkZz.
#VaccinesWork #covidvaccine #takeyourshot #vaccinatenwa

It's #WorldImmunizationWeek and there's even more reason to celebrate this year with the COVID-19 vaccine 💉 People age 16+ are eligible. Lean more about the vaccine and to schedule an appointment at https://bit.ly/2QwfkZz.
#VaccinesWork #covidvaccine #takeyourshot #vaccinatenwa

04/23/2021

Washington Regional recently named Nancy Cozart executive director of the Washington Regional Medical Foundation. Nancy demonstrates a deep commitment to our community and promoting health care improvement through philanthropy and outreach services. Read more at https://bit.ly/3xjBoqJ.

Washington Regional recently named Nancy Cozart executive director of the Washington Regional Medical Foundation. Nancy demonstrates a deep commitment to our community and promoting health care improvement through philanthropy and outreach services. Read more at https://bit.ly/3xjBoqJ.

Timeline Photos 04/23/2021

🚨 IMPORTANT UPDATE 🚨 Effective April 26, Washington Regional Medical Center will revise its visitor policy to allow up to two visitors each day for most patients. All visitors must continue to wear a mask while on Washington Regional’s campus, pass a coronavirus screening and practice proper hand hygiene. Read the updated visitor policy at https://bit.ly/32HYoC0.

🚨 IMPORTANT UPDATE 🚨 Effective April 26, Washington Regional Medical Center will revise its visitor policy to allow up to two visitors each day for most patients. All visitors must continue to wear a mask while on Washington Regional’s campus, pass a coronavirus screening and practice proper hand hygiene. Read the updated visitor policy at https://bit.ly/32HYoC0.

Timeline Photos 04/23/2021

Meet Aaron Beckham, a Washington Regional team member since 2012. Aaron has helped care for patients in our COVID ICU and served as a critical care educator. And, he recently took on the role of interim director of patient access, which oversees multiple departments. We are fortunate to have Aaron’s wealth of knowledge gained from his 15 years of nursing experience. His dedication, knowledge and commitment to providing high quality care make him a health care hero! #hereforyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

Meet Aaron Beckham, a Washington Regional team member since 2012. Aaron has helped care for patients in our COVID ICU and served as a critical care educator. And, he recently took on the role of interim director of patient access, which oversees multiple departments. We are fortunate to have Aaron’s wealth of knowledge gained from his 15 years of nursing experience. His dedication, knowledge and commitment to providing high quality care make him a health care hero! #hereforyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

Timeline Photos 04/22/2021

What better day than #EarthDay to share this gorgeous picture from team member Brandy Price! We're blessed with a beautiful campus. And see those painted stones on the bridge? A thoughtful neighbor leaves them to lift our spirits 😊☀️🌼🌳🌎 #earthday2021 #nature

What better day than #EarthDay to share this gorgeous picture from team member Brandy Price! We're blessed with a beautiful campus. And see those painted stones on the bridge? A thoughtful neighbor leaves them to lift our spirits 😊☀️🌼🌳🌎 #earthday2021 #nature

04/22/2021

Big news - the 1 millionth Arkansan just received the COVID-19 vaccine! Help put the pandemic behind us. Schedule your first dose of the Pfizer vaccine at https://bit.ly/3nddhFu.

Big news - the 1 millionth Arkansan just received the COVID-19 vaccine! Help put the pandemic behind us. Schedule your first dose of the Pfizer vaccine at https://bit.ly/3nddhFu.

10 Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease 04/22/2021

10 Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease

April is #ParkinsonsAwareness Month. Nearly one million Americans are living with the disease. Learn how to spot the early warning signs, and if you or a loved one are living with Parkinson's, Washington Regional Movement Disorders Clinic can help. Learn more at https://bit.ly/39TMl8l

10 Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease No single one of these signs means that you should worry, but if you have more than one sign you should consider making an appointment to talk to your doctor.

Photos from Washington Regional's post 04/21/2021

We were thrilled to host the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas Leadership Class XV today as part of their regional development program! Class members learned how health care systems in NWA are expanding and collaborating to meet the needs or our rapidly growing region. #LARXV

Photos from Washington Regional's post 04/21/2021

Today we want to recognize the administrative professionals who keep our offices running smoothly. From scheduling to troubleshooting and everything in between, we couldn't be here for you without the valuable work they do every day. Leave a shout out to your favorite admin in the comments! #AdminProfessionalsDay #hereforyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

Timeline Photos 04/20/2021

Sheryl Davis has held many roles at Washington Regional and is now our director of hospice. Her team members say she’s always supportive of her staff, but that was especially true during the winter storm in February. Sheryl went above and beyond making sure her staff could safely get to work and home, even if it meant helping push a car out of a snow filled parking lot or personally driving a team member home. Thank you, Sheryl, for leading by example and always stepping up to help others! #hereforyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

Sheryl Davis has held many roles at Washington Regional and is now our director of hospice. Her team members say she’s always supportive of her staff, but that was especially true during the winter storm in February. Sheryl went above and beyond making sure her staff could safely get to work and home, even if it meant helping push a car out of a snow filled parking lot or personally driving a team member home. Thank you, Sheryl, for leading by example and always stepping up to help others! #hereforyou #WRHealthCareHeroes

Our Story

Washington Regional is the only not-for-profit, community-owned and locally governed healthcare system in Northwest Arkansas. Its comprehensive healthcare network consists of a 425-bed medical center and more than 55 clinic locations. Washington Regional is committed to improving the health of people in communities it serves through compassionate, high-quality care, prevention and wellness education. Visit wregional.com for more information.


3215 N. Northhills Boulevard
Fayetteville, AR 72703

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