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Baptist Health-Little Rock has set up an Emergency Department extension triage station in the Medical Towers II parking deck. Patients will be treated and billed as an emergency room visit.
It is operating from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.
Baptist Health has established a hotline for residents to call in with their concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 1-888-BAPTIST, and is staffed by nurses to help residents better understand their conditions and receive direction on next steps for care should they be concerned about exposure to COVID-19.
About Baptist Health-Little Rock
For nearly 100 years, Baptist Health-Little Rock has been delivering quality healthcare to the citizens of Arkansas. The 843-bed medical center is the largest private, not-for-profit hospital in the state and provides comprehensive services using the latest in innovative technology.
Why Choose Us
Baptist Health-Little Rock was the first hospital in the U.S. to adopt EleGARD Patient Positioning System for CPR. The device precisely, rapidly and consistently positions the patient for CPR and airway management and raises the patient into a multi-level elevation to support the use of a new technique for resuscitation. This facility also offers Invenia ABUS 2.0 (Automated Breast Ultrasound System) technology for breast cancer detection in women with dense breast tissue. This ultrasound procedure is the only ultrasound technology of its kind approved by the FDA and when used in addition to your mammogram, will provide a more complete evaluation of dense breast tissue. Learn more about ABUS 2.0.
Baptist Health-Little Rock was one of the first hospitals in Arkansas to be awarded the Go Clear Award as a Gold Level. The Go Clear Award was given to Baptist Health-Little Rock to recognize it as being committed to providing increased surgical safety by implementing practices that eliminate smoke caused by lasers and electrosurgery devices.
For more than 2 decades, Baptist Health-Little Rock was named the winner of the Consumer Choice Award by National Research Corporation. The award identifies hospitals across the U.S. that local healthcare consumers choose as having the highest quality and image.
It was also one of the several Baptist Health facilities in Arkansas to receive honors from State and National Agencies for Stroke Care Quality. Baptist Health-Little Rock was named to the Target: Stroke Elite Plus Honor Roll for its focus on improving acute ischemic stroke care.