Charity Schaufler, RN, Stroke Program Nurse Facilitator for White River Medical Center and the WRMC Medical Complex Cherokee Village, was named the 2021 Stroke Champion for the North-Central Region at the 2021 UAMS Institute for Digital Health & Innovation Stroke Program Conference.
White River Medical Center (WRMC) and the United Way of North Central Arkansas provide a free book to every newborn at WRMC through Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. After enrollment children receive a specially selected, age appropriate book each year until age five through a partnership between
The Newark Medical Clinic with provider Kerstie Metzger, APRN opens December 1. As a Family Medicine provider Metzger treats patients of all ages including children, adolescents, adults, and senior adults. The clinic is located at 501 Vine St. and can be reached by phone at (870) 799-3299.
Charles D. Varela, MD Orthopaedic Surgeon performs the first total wrist replacement at Stone County Medical Center (SCMC) using the the latest state of the art prosthesis. The new prosthesis has shown potential to significantly reduce the patient’s pain and preserve motion while reducing complicati
White River Medical Center (WRMC) joins area hospitals, healthcare organizations, and Arora, Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency, to create a donation-friendly community through the Workplace Partnership for Life Hospital Campaign for organ donation.
Douglas Gottschalk, DO, Otolaryngologist (ENT) at WRMC ENT Clinic, completed the first Inspire procedure at White River Medical Center (WRMC) in Batesville. Inspire is an FDA-approved obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treatment for people who cannot use Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy
In October, Stanley Wood Chevrolet Buick GMC dealership and Scott Wood Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealership donates a portion of proceeds from every vehicle sold to White River Health (WRHS) Foundation’s project: Paint the Town Pink (PTTP).
White River Health received the Commitment Award, a level designed for organizations that have progressed to a point of demonstrating serious commitment to the use of quality principles to attain performance excellence. The Commitment Award is the second level of four award levels in moving toward t
The 2021 HealthFirst Women’s Health Event is a drive-thru screening at the Batesville Community Center and Aquatics Gymnasium parking lot on Tuesday, October 19, from 2-7pm. The event is presented by First Community Bank and White River Health.
White River Health is proud to introduce providers Brandon Womack, APRN, and James Bridgeman, APRN. Both are practicing at the WRMC Medical Complex Southside. Bridgeman and Womack join APRN’s, Jennifer Blaney, and Kayla Crawford.
Because of the growing need for mental health services among college students, the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville developed a partnership with White River Health to provide mental health counseling services to students.