Arkansas Children's Hospital Brian Chilson

Pulaski County has two Level I trauma centers: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Baptist Health and St. Vincent Infirmary are Level II trauma centers. There are also two veterans’ hospitals: John L. McClellan Memorial in Little Rock and Towbin Health Care Center in North Little Rock. Baptist Health North Little Rock is a Level III trauma center and St. Vincent North is a Level IV trauma center.


Arkansas Children’s Hospital


1 Children’s Way, 364-1100 (plus West Little Rock clinic at 16101 Cantrell Road).

316 beds. Includes the state’s only burn and pediatric ECMO units.


Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock

9601 Interstate 630, Exit 7, 202-2000. 827 beds.


Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System

John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital, 4300 W. Seventh St., 257-1000. 195 beds.

Towbin Health Care Center, 2200 Fort Roots Drive, 257-1000. 356 beds.

St. Vincent Infirmary


2 St. Vincent Circle (at W. Markham St. and University Ave.), 552-3000. 615 beds, 49 of which are behavioral health.

University of Arkansas

for Medical Sciences

Medical Center, 4301 W. Markham St., 686-7000. 454 beds. Includes the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute, Donald W. Reynolds Center on Aging, the Jones Eye Institute, Jackson T. Stephens Spine and Neurosciences Institute, the Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy and the Psychiatric Research Institute.

Baptist Health Medical Center-North Little Rock

3333 Springhill Drive, 202-3000. 220 beds.

North Metro Medical Center 1400 Braden, Jacksonville, 985-7000. 113 beds.

St. Vincent North

2215 Wildwood Ave., Sherwood, 552-7100. 69 beds.

Saline Memorial Hospital

1 Medical Park Drive, Benton, 776-6000. 167 beds.



Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute (CARTI): 664-8573. Not-for-profit free-standing facilities for cancer radiation therapy, with locations also in Conway, Mountain Home and Searcy.

CARTI/Baptist: 9500 Kanis Road, 312-1733, 800-322-9311.

CARTI/North Little Rock: 3401 Springhill Drive, Suite 130, 955-2227, 800-342-2863.

CARTI/St. Vincent: 4 St. Vincent Circle, 664-8573, 800-482-8561

CARTI/UAMS: 4130 Shuffield Drive, 664-4568, 800-371-7996.

Winthrop P. Rockefeller

Cancer Institute

UAMS, 4301 W. Markham St., 686-7000.


Arkansas Heart Hospital

1701 S. Shackleford Road, 219-7000. Includes 24-hour emergency center. 219-7927. 110 beds.


Allegiance Specialty Hospital

1400 Brighton St., Jacksonville. 985-7026. 40 beds.

Baptist Health Extended Care Hospital

9601 Interstate 630, Exit 7, 10th floor, 202-2000. 37 beds.

Select Specialty Hospital of Little Rock

St. Vincent Circle, 6th floor, 661-4198. 43 beds.


Baptist Health Rehabilitation Institute

9601 Interstate 630, Exit 7, 202-2000. 120 beds.

St. Vincent Rehabilitation Hospital

2201 Wildwood Ave., Sherwood, 834-1800. 60 beds.


Arkansas State Hospital

4313 W. Markham, 686-9000. 219 beds.

Centers for Youth and Families

(Elizabeth Mitchell Children’s and Adolescent Centers)

6501 and 6601 W. 12th St., 666-8686. 49 beds. Long-term residential treatment for youths 5-17.

Pinnacle Pointe

11501 Financial Centre Parkway, 223-3322. 102 beds. In-patient facility for children and adolescents ages 5-17.

St. Vincent Center for Behavioral Health

2 St. Vincent Circle, 9th floor, 522-6810. 49 beds.

Psychiatric Research Institute

UAMS, 4301 W. Markham St., 686-7000. 40 beds.

Youth Home Inc.

20400 Col. Glenn Road, 821-5500. 70 beds. In-patient services for adolescents, day treatment services; out-patient services for children and adults.

The Bridgeway

21 Bridgeway Road, North Little Rock, 771-1500. 103 beds. In- and out-patient facility for children and adults.

Methodist Behavioral Hospital

1601 Murphy Drive, Maumelle, 803-3388. 60 beds. Acute and sub-acute care for adolescents.

Rivendell of Arkansas

100 Rivendell Drive, Benton, 316-1255. 77 beds. In-patient facility for adults, adolescents and children, outpatient clinic.


Arkansas Surgical Hospital

5201 Northshore Drive, NLR, 748-8000. 51 beds.


State Health Department

Jacksonville, 3000 N. First St., 982-7477.

North Little Rock, 2800 Willow St., 791-8551.

Pulaski County Central, 3915 W. Eighth St., 280-3100.

Southwest, 4918 Baseline Road, 565-9311. In-home services office, 280-3234.

North Little Rock Health Department

2800 Willow. 791-8551.

College Station Clinic, medical and dental

(Jefferson Comprehensive Care public clinic)

4206 Frazier Pike, 490-2440.

Gardner Memorial (St. Vincent)

1723 Schaer, NLR, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon., 552-3241.

Glenview Community Clinic (St. Vincent)

4800 E. 19th St., 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Thu., 552-3241.

Harmony Health Clinic (medical and dental)

201 E. Roosevelt Road, 5-9 p.m. Thu., 8 a.m.-noon Sat., 375-4400,

Planned Parenthood of the Heartland

Little Rock Health Center (women’s health)

5921 W. 12th St., 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon., Wed.; 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue., Thu., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. 801-0001.

Shepherd’s Hope Neighborhood Health Center (medical and dental)

2404 S. Tyler St., dental clinic 6-9 p.m. every Tue., medical clinic 6-9 p.m. every Thu., 614-9523,

(Also operates Esperanza Hope clinic in the Second Baptist Church, 83rd Street off Geyer Springs, 537-4673.)

St. Francis House Community Clinic (St. Vincent)

2701 S. Elm St., 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Tue.-Wed., 664-5036 or 552-3241.


Arkansas Hospice

No. 2 St. Vincent Circle, 525-2726. 16 beds (St. Vincent Doctors Hospital).

Hospice Home Care

2200 S. Bowman, 296-9043. 35 beds.

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