The future of healthcare is now in North Little Rock. A future focused on:
- Wellness, preventive and health education.
- Increased outpatient services.
- Greater access to facilities and services.
- An emphasis on patient-centered services.
The BAPTIST HEALTH Medical Center - North Little Rock campus is like nothing you've ever seen before. Services are delivered in a more inviting, less institutionalized setting. Parking areas are closer to the the facilities they serve. More space has been allocated for new trends in healthcare and we've increased hospital space, which will lower waiting time for a room.
The North Little Rock hospital has 402,000 square feet of space. There are 220 patient beds to enhance timely admissions to the hospital. A medical office building is located on the Springhill campus, directly across from the hospital, allowing doctors and patients convenient access to the hospital.
The Springhill drive interchange opened in November of 1999, allowing easier access from Interstate 40 and 67/167 from McCain Mall in North Little Rock. This allows easier entrance to the hospital as well as frees up congestion in the McCain Blvd area around McCain Mall and the other nearby shopping malls.
BAPTIST HEALTH Medical Center-North Little Rock performed the state’s first minimally invasive treatment for patients with prostate cancer using a state-of-the-art robot in a procedure called the daVinci Prostatectomy. The daVinci Prostatectomy is a minimally invasive treatment that uses a state-of-the-art surgical robotic system to help surgeons see vital anatomical structures more clearly and perform procedures more precisely.