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  • Hot Springs project a result Capella Healthcare reinvestment

    HOT SPRINGS—An expansion of the National Park Medical Center (NPMC) that is expected cost in the range of $30 to $35 million over the next three years will create the area’s first stand-alone Heart Center of Excellence.

  • Hospital to have 96 beds, eight operating rooms, and a Level III trauma-center emergency room

    CONWAY—Located about a 30-minute drive from Little Rock, Conway has experienced some of the largest population growth in the state with the number of residents increasing from about 44,000 in the 2000 U.S. Census to about 60,000 currently.

  • Death rates down, more work awaits

    As the ‘official sponsor of birthdays,’ the American Cancer Society (ACS) found a reason to rejoice in their latest report – Cancer Facts & Figures 2015.

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  • Coalition provides bird’s eye view of cancer treatment and programs in state

    LITTLE ROCK--Whether it is addressing the serious issue of access to treatment for cancer patients who need transportation or finding other resources providers can access for cancer patients, the Arkansas Cancer Coalition (ACC) is a one-stop resource center for the state.

  • Hot Springs project a result Capella Healthcare reinvestment

    HOT SPRINGS—An expansion of the National Park Medical Center (NPMC) that is expected cost in the range of $30 to $35 million over the next three years will create the area’s first stand-alone Heart Center of Excellence.

  • Hospital to have 96 beds, eight operating rooms, and a Level III trauma-center emergency room

    CONWAY—Located about a 30-minute drive from Little Rock, Conway has experienced some of the largest population growth in the state with the number of residents increasing from about 44,000 in the 2000 U.S. Census to about 60,000 currently.

  • Death rates down, more work awaits

    As the ‘official sponsor of birthdays,’ the American Cancer Society (ACS) found a reason to rejoice in their latest report – Cancer Facts & Figures 2015.

  • Brief business news items from the local healthcare community.

  • The Senate last night approved a bill to repeal Medicare’s sustainable growth rate formula, hours before double-digit payment cuts to physicians were set to take effect. Passage of the legislation, which now heads to President Obama for his signature, generated significant print and online media coverage and is portrayed as a major bipartisan achievement for Congress.

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