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Bob Honeycutt Named Saint Mary’s CEO

Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center has announced that Robert “Bob” Honeycutt will join its team as chief executive officer (CEO), effective April 27. Honeycutt joins Saint Mary’s from Ennis Regional Medical Center (ERMC) in Ennis, Texas, and Parkview Regional Hospital (PRH) in Mexia, Texas, where he has served as CEO since 2017. He will replace

MAR 20: Facility Entrance Precaution Measure In Effect

As the situation regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, so does our hospital’s response. In addition to measures we’ve taken including restricting visitors, closing common areas, and adhering diligently to state department of health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, Saint Mary’s Regional is taking more precautionary steps to help

MAR 18: SMWFC Closing Announced

Saint Mary's Wellness Fitness Center will close at 7 PM, Wednesday, March 18, due to continued concerns surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus. The facility will remain closed until further notice. All memberships will be frozen and prorated. Additionally, Saint Mary's suspended its Volunteer Auxiliary program until further notice. Operations will return as soon as possible. 

MAR 23: COVID-19 Visitor Guidelines

As of Monday, March 23, Saint Mary's visitor policy until further notice is as follows: NO VISITORS are allowed on patient floors, Turning Point Behavioral Health Unit, or Rehab. Exceptions are: OB and Pediatric patients are allowed one (1) adult visitor during the stay. End-of-life care patients are allowed visitors on a case-by-case basis, determined

APRIL 24: COVID-19 Triage Center Hours Updated

Saint Mary's COVID-19 Triage Center Monday — Friday | 8 AM-5 PM 2424 West Main Street | Russellville 479.858.1117 Ef­fective Friday, April 24, Saint Mary’s COVID-19 Triage Center will reduce days of operation. Testing availability will continue Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. The center will be closed on weekends. The decision was

MASH Applications Now Available

Are you a student who is interested in the health field? Take a look at M*A*S*H (Medical Applications of Science for Health), Saint Mary's two-week summer camp that introduces high school sophomores and juniors to health careers. Each year, students selected into Saint Mary’s M*A*S*H program shadow in a variety of health care locations, learn

Saint Mary’s Receives Governor’s Quality Award

Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center was among 20 organizations presented with an Arkansas Governor’s Quality Award during the 25th Annual Awards Celebration Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Marriott Ballroom in downtown Little Rock. More than 300 business and civic leaders from throughout Arkansas attended the celebration where Governor Asa Hutchinson presented the awards. Saint

The Sweet Sound of Victory!

Saint Mary's Cancer Center Patients Can Now Ring In Celebration After Treatment When Belinda Farmer became director at Saint Mary’s Cancer Center a few months ago, she noticed patients had no way to celebrate and mark the completion of their treatment. Belinda ordered a celebration bell as a way to provide closure and a

Saint Mary’s Regional Health System Names 2019 Mercy Award Winner

Susan Moorhouse recognized for demonstrating compassion and commitment to helping others Saint Mary’s Regional Health System recently announced that Susan (Susie) Moorhouse, Food Services Asst. Director, has been recognized as the hospital’s 2019 Mercy Award winner. The Mercy Award recognizes one employee from each of LifePoint Health’s hospitals who profoundly touches the lives of others

Stay Safe…Have a Plan

As we anticipate this extreme and potentially protracted weather event which may limit or prevent your ability to access care for existing medical conditions, we encourage you to have a plan to access care. Be prepared! Stay safe! For information about current road conditions, go to: http://www.IDriveArkansas.com.