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Mercy - Capella Healthcare

Mercy Hospital Hot Springs has been serving the needs of Hot Springs and surrounding communities since 1888. Mercy makes health care convenient by offering 24 clinic locations and over 80 physicians in the Hot Springs area. And they’re all connected by the most advanced patient record system available. Mercy is proud to be the most preferred provider of health care in the area and also offers you the latest in technology, including the area's only robotic surgery program and centers dedicated to heart, cancer and women's services. View Mercy Med Center Website.

National Park Medical Center

As a 166-bed full-service hospital, National Park Medical Center provides a comprehensive range of medical services and high quality care. A forward thinking, innovative hospital where trust, teamwork and technology come together to make a positive difference in the health of our community and region. NPMC's Joint Commission accreditation powerfully demonstrates their commitment to meet the highest national standards for quality and safety. But their most important mission is to serve you and your family. So they combine the medical and technological resources of a regional center for healthcare with the warm, friendly and personal touch of a caring, compassionate staff. View National Park Hospital's Website.

Levi Hospital

Levi Hospital is a non-profit hospital located in beautiful Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. Levi's highly specialized staff provides the highest quality of care in a modern setting, but with an 89-year tradition of caring for those in need. Levi Hospital is located in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains of Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. Centrally located near downtown at 300 Prospect Avenue, the campus is surrounded by the Quapaw/Prospect historic area. View Levi Hospital Website.

Diamondhead is naturally bounded on all 4 sides (2 sides by Lake Catherine and 2 sides by Lake Catherine State Park). We will never be huge and it’s frankly the reason I chose to live here. Our 3000 acres is all we will ever have and will never become a concrete jungle with 45,000 property owners. We will always enjoy the natural beauty- the natural habitat that’s here- it’s extremely important…

- Dee Dee Ott
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