Stone County Medical Center provides patient-focused care to families Mountain View and surrounding communities in the Ozark region. We are dedicated to the delivery of excellent medical care using clinical best practices, continuous quality improvement, and health information technology to improve the health of the patients we serve.
Heart disease is used to describe several types of heart conditions. Stone County Medical Center offers outpatient cardiology services for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of heart disease.Board-certified Cardiologists are available by appointment at the SCMC Specialty Clinic located on the hospital’s first floor.
Cardiologists may use one or more diagnostic tests to diagnose heart disease and determine the most effective treatment plan.
CT Angiography – This diagnostic test uses an injection of contrast material into the blood vessels and a CT Scan to produce images of the heart and surrounding blood vessels.
Echocardiogram – An Echocardiogram uses ultrasound to create an image of the heart.
Electrocardiogram (EKG) – An EKG measures the electrical activity, rate, and regularity of the heartbeat.
Holter Monitor – Patients may be asked to wear a Holter Monitor to record information from the heart over a period of time.The monitor records how fast the heart is beating, where the rhythm of the heartbeat is steady or irregular, and the strength and time of the electrical impulses passing through the heart.
Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation are programs of structured exercise and education with heart and/or lung disease.Your rehab team includes an Exercise Physiologist, Registered Nurse, and a Pharmacist to help patients learn how to manage their condition and improve their health. A physician referral is required for Cardiac and Pulmonary rehab.Medicare and most commercial insurance providers will cover the costs of the program and our staff will assist in confirming your insurance coverage.For more information about Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, call (870)262-5040.
Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation is a medically supervised program of education and exercise for patients with heart, lung, and vascular disease. Patients may be referred to Cardiac Rehab or Pulmonary Rehab. White River Health offers Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Batesville, Cherokee Village, and Mountain View
Your treatment team for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab includes Registered Nurses and Exercise Physiologists who work with you to develop a personalized care plan. Educational sessions may include Registered Dietitians, Respiratory Therapists, Pharmacists, and Chaplains who help you learn how to manage your condition and enjoy your best possible state of health.
Yes. Medicare and most commercial insurance carriers will cover the costs of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab. We will call your insurance company and talk with you about your coverage and any out of pocket expenses before you begin the program.
Each session will include up to one hour of education and exercise.
The number of sessions will depend on your condition and fitness. We have 2 day and 3 day per week programs for our patients’ convenience.
Stopping smoking is an important part of getting stronger and healthier. Note - Some insurance companies exclude current smokers from Pulmonary Rehab coverage. We can help you determine your coverage.
During each session, our staff will continuously monitor your blood pressure, heart rate, and oxygen saturation.
What you can learn and practice during the program should carry over into your daily life after the program ends.
In an emergency, immediate access to care is vital. At White River Medical Center, Stone County Medical Center, and WRMC Medical Complex our staff is always ready. When you come to the Emergency Department it is important to remember patients are seen based on the severity of their illness or injury. Your condition will be assessed by the triage staff and monitored continuously until you are taken to a treatment room.
Our healthcare system is working with the Arkansas Department of Health as a statewide trauma system is developed. White River Medical Center is a Level III Trauma Center and Stone County Medical Center is a Level IV Trauma Center. All WRHS Emergency facilities are a part of Arkansas's trauma network designed to improve the care of patients across the state by providing access to the most appropriate care as quickly as possible.
Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability in Arkansas. White River Medical Center, Stone County Medical Center, and the WRMC Medical Complex ER partner with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) to improve access to the appropriate care for stroke patients. Emergency Department physicians and clinical staff communicate with on-call specialists using a real-time video connection which provides access to important diagnostic information for timely diagnosis and allow physicians to initiate appropriate treatment.
Stone County Medical Center is proud to offer advanced radiologic services for men, women, and children of all ages. Whether screening for early detection or diagnosing a current condition, our Radiologists and technologists provide medical imaging using equipment best suited to your needs. Imaging studies are ordered by your physician and interpreted by Board Certified Radiologists. A report with results is sent to your physician who will review the results with you and recommend a treatment plan as needed.
At Stone County Medical Center (SCMC), board certified and fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeons provide patient-centered treatment for most orthopaedic conditions including complex hand injuries, fractures, sports injuries, robotic-arm assisted total knee replacement, and traditional joint replacement. With specialized training in hand and upper extremity care, and sports medicine, our surgeons offer orthopaedic services typically available in larger healthcare facilities. For more information about Orthopaedic Services, please call (870)269-8300.
Mako robotic-arm assisted technology with the Triathlon Total Knee implant is transforming the way joint replacement surgeries are performed. Mako technology allows surgeons to provide a personalized surgical experience based on each patient's specific diagnosis and unique anatomy.
It is important to understand the meaning of robotic-arm assisted surgery. Before surgery, the orthopaedic surgeon uses the Mako system software to plan the procedure. During surgery, the surgeon guides the robotic-arm to remove diseased bone and cartilage according to the surgical plan. Then the surgeon inserts the Triathlon Total Knee implant.
Mountain View is home to the only fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon in North Central Arkansas. At SCMC, we address routine hand and upper extremity conditions such as arthritis, carpal and cubital tunnel syndrome, and trigger finger, as well as, complex nerve and tendon injuries. Combined with our Sports Medicine expertise, we treat orthopaedic conditions from the shoulder to finger.
When a damaged or diseased joint causes pain and disability, joint replacement surgery may be recommended. Stone County Medical Center uses a comprehensive approach to joint replacement surgery that focuses on care coordination, patient and family education, and hospital processes. Our goals are to provide every patient with a personalized experience and excellent outcome.
With a fellowship-trained Sport Medicine Specialist, SCMC provides diagnosis, treatment for injuries resulting from sports, exercise, and other physical activity. In addition to surgical repair of sports related injuries, our Sports Medicine services include referrals for physical therapy and rehabilitation, and recommendations for strength training, nutrition, and injury prevention for student and recreational athletes.
Patients who require additional skilled nursing care or outpatient therapy may qualify for admission to SCMC’s Swing Bed Program or Outpatient Physical Therapy. A Discharge Planner is available to speak with patients and families about available services and eligibility requirements.
Stone County Medical Center's Physical Rehabilitation Outpatient Services (SCMC PROS) provides Physical and Occupational services at 2010 East Main Street in Mountain View. Outpatient therapy promotes healing and improves quality of life by restoring mobility and function. Treatment plans are designed specifically to meet the individual needs and treatment goals of each patient and insurance requirements for therapy services, please call our office at(870)269-2871.
Your Treatment Team
Conditions that may Benefit from Outpatient Therapy
Services include a full range of strengthening and/or stretching exercises, traction, electric stimulation, ultrasound, and infrared (light) therapy. Treatment also includes self care techniques to maximize independence.
White River Health provides Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy services at four locations through North Central Arkansas.
PROS – Batesville
PROS – Cherokee Village
PROS - Mountain View
PROS – Melbourne
PROS – Newport
Studies have shown that, as a general rule, adults need eight hours of uninterrupted sleep each night. A lack of restful sleep may cause irritability, forgetfulness, and difficulty staying awake at work or school. Not getting enough rest also increases your risk for many illnesses.
A sleep study is a clinical test used by physicians to identify conditions that may be preventing you from receiving a good night’s rest. During your sleep study, a technician will carefully monitor and record sleep patterns. Your study will be evaluated by a physician specializing in Sleep Medicine. A report will be sent to your family doctor outlining recommended treatment.
There are occasions when a patient no longer needs acute hospital care, yet the patient is not quite well or strong enough to return home after a hospital stay. The Swing Bed Program provides transitional care to patients following a hospital stay or acute admission for illness or injury. For patients who require additional daily skilled nursing care or skilled rehabilitation (therapy), skilled Swing Bed care is a great option. Our Discharge Planner works with patients and their families to determine eligibility for a Swing Bed.
To qualify for Swing Bed services, Medicare beneficiaries must have received inpatient medically-necessary stay of at least three consecutive calendar days in any hospital within the past 30 days. The patient should no longer require acute care. Medicare-managed plans require a prior authorization.
Please contact our Discharge Planner at (870) 262-5037 for more information about the Swing Bed Program.
Stone County Medical Center’s Wound Healing Center specializes in treatment of non-healing wounds caused by illness or traumatic injury. Wounds that do not begin to heal in two weeks or are not completely healed in six weeks may benefit from wound care.
Wounds that may Benefit from Wound Care
Our experienced staff is specially trained in comprehensive wound care techniques. The Wound Care Team offers a progressive approach to wound care with treatment plans tailored to the specific needs of each patient and personal case management services. For more information, please call (870) 262-3210.