Washington Regional Medical Center
Washington Regional Medical Center is a 233-bed, acute care medical center located in scenic, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Conveniently situated across from the NorthHillsMedicalPark near the intersection of Highway 71 and Interstate 540.
Washington Regional Medical Center is the only not-for-profit, community-owned and locally governed health care system in Northwest Arkansas. Officially opened in August of 2002, this medical facility contains state-of the-art equipment and technologies, making it one of the most modern medical facilities in the region. It is home to the Johnelle Hunt Women's Center and the Walker Family Heart & Vascular Institute.
At the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Fayetteville is the southernmost city in metropolitan Northwest Arkansas and home of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. Fayetteville is nationally known as one of The Best Places to Live. A favorite among families, corporate professionals, small business owners, students and nature lovers, Fayetteville is notable for its picturesque surroundings, rich history, cultural interest, educational excellence and healthy economy. Fayetteville’s cultural and entertainment district and the University of Arkansas furnish residents and visitors alike with many possibilities for one-of-a-kind shopping, exciting nightlife, live local music, fine arts and spirited sports events. Additionally, the city has large, scenic parks and is conveniently located amidst mountains, lakes, rivers, hiking and biking trails and the Buffalo Wilderness for those who enjoy playing outdoors.