Leaders in Care

Baptist Health began serving Arkansans in 1921 with a mission to respond to health care needs with Christian compassion. Just as it is today, providing innovative, exceptional care was the primary focus. And in doing so, we became leaders not just in medicine, but in the community, too.

Leader in Clinical Research

Baptist Health Center for Clinic Research

Baptist Health Center for Clinical Research is one of the leading clinical research organizations in Arkansas. We perform Phase I-IV clinical research in a variety of therapeutic areas and our primary concern is always patient safety. Medical research studies are vital in healthcare because they advance the progress of new medications reaching the market. 

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Under a Watchful Eye

eICU® Care

Baptist Health is the only healthcare provider in Arkansas to offer the advanced technology of an eICU® care command center. Continuous monitoring of critical care patients means better patient outcomes, overall.

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Where Care Begins

Baptist Health College Little Rock

Exceptional care starts with exceptional people. Baptist Health College Little Rock began training highly skilled nurses in 1921. Since that time, the school has become a model for nurse training nationwide. Today, the nurses that graduate from Baptist Health College Little Rock contribute to the finest care in the state.

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Exceptional Care Gets Recognized


Awards are confirmations of a job best done. Each one is a tribute to the dedication and skills of our physicians, nurses and staff. Earning your trust is our greatest achievement.

Better Together

Baptist Health Physician Partners

Baptist Health Physician Partners is a clinic integration program that ensures you receive greater consistency of high-quality care through better and more efficient communication and coordination among physicians, clinic staff, patients and the hospital. Granting physicians access to data across the full continuum of care allows an opportunity to provide the best possible care to their patients.

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Servant Leadership

Community Outreach

Baptist Health’s care extends beyond the hospital walls, serving Arkansas’ underserved populations through health education, awareness and risk factor identification screenings. Whether it’s providing free immunizations in a church setting or partnering with schools to provide hot lunches during the summer, Baptist Health continues to meet the needs that arise in our communities.

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Dedication to Innovation

Transplant Program

Leadership often requires that you blaze the trails that others will follow. In 1989, Baptist Health was the first hospital in Arkansas to perform adult heart transplants. Since that time, Baptist Health has transplanted more than 200 adult hearts.

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