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You may request an appointment by finding a physician at the link below to call the physician’s office directly or submit a form for a Baptist Health HealthLine advisor to assist you.
We also offer Baptist Health Virtual Care for those cases when an online visit with a physician is more convenient.
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Baptist Health’s mission is to provide quality patient-centered services and health education, and respond to the changing health needs of our state with Christian compassion. Our top priority, as always, is protecting the health and safety of our patients and providers.
In the video, hear from Baptist Health’s Troy Wells, President & CEO; Dr. Amanda Novack, Medical Director of Infection Prevention; Dr. Wendell Pahls, Medical Director of Emergency Services at Baptist Health-Little Rock; Michele Diedrich, Chief Nursing Officer of Baptist Health-Little Rock; and Khadijah Rideout, RN at Baptist Health-Little Rock, as they walk you through all of the safety measures in place within Baptist Health facilities.
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911. Emergencies happen at any moment, and at Baptist Health, you can find the services you need to get through unthinkable accidents, sudden illness and more from the most trusted name in care. Our 24/7 emergency departments are staffed with highly-trained specialists who will efficiently care for you through whatever medical emergency life may throw your way. To find the nearest ER near you, visit their locations below.
At our urgent care locations, we are available to evaluate patients who may be concerned about the coronavirus.
When you need immediate care and your family physician isn’t available, Baptist Health Urgent Care provides the care you trust, without an appointment. Select a location below to “hold your spot” at any of our urgent care locations.