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- Baptist Health College Little Rock
- Baptist Health eHealth
- Baptist Health Physician Partners
- Baptist Health University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Medical Education Program
- Community Outreach
- Congregational Health Partnership
- Clinical Research
General Wellness Initiatives
Baptist Health Community Wellness Centers
Baptist Health Community Wellness Centers are community-based partnerships with churches, founded with the primary mission of creating healthier communities among Arkansas’ uninsured, underinsured and underserved populations. Free services include health education, care coordination, immunizations and screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar, among others.
For more information on this program, please contact Baptist Health HealthLine toll-free at 1-888-227-8478.
Baptist Health Mobile Health Unit
A sort of “clinic on wheels,” the Mobile Health Unit brings Baptist Health into your community to provide health screenings, first-aid care and health education.
Southeast Pulaski County Hometown Health Coalition
A community-driven project dedicated to improving health through planned programs, Southeast Pulaski County Hometown Health Coalition serves the communities of College Station, Hensley, Higgins, Sweet Home, Woodson and Wrightsville.
The Watershed Initiative provides health screenings to an underserved population.
Annual Christmas Screening
Watershed Inc., in partnership with Baptist Health, offers free blood pressure and blood sugar screenings during the month of December. The first 10 individuals to complete the screening process receive a door prize!
For a list of upcoming Christmas Screening dates, call Baptist Health HealthLine toll-free at 1-888-227-8478.
Baptist Health Community Clinic-First Presbyterian Church
Baptist Health Community Clinic-First Presbyterian Church provides basic healthcare to homeless individuals in a soup kitchen setting. Funded by a grant from Bank of America, services include blood pressure and blood sugar screenings, basic first aid, flu shots (October and November), diabetes risk assessments and more. Clients also receive water bottles during the summer months and knit caps, gloves and sweatsuits in the winter months.