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Welcome to Baxter Regional Health System

Baxter Regional Health System is a nonprofit organization located in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

Baxter Regional is a fully integrated healthcare organization focused on providing excellent care to every patient, every time and has been doing so since 1963. Recognized by Arkansas Business Magazine as one of Arkansas’ “Best Places to Work” for two consecutive years, 2019 - 2020, named one of Modern Healthcare Magazine’s “Best Places to Work in 2020,” and ANCC Magnet® designated, Baxter Regional exemplifies compassion and excellence, offering a broad range of services and specialties to meet the ever-growing needs of our 11-county service area in North Central Arkansas and South Central Missouri.

Nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains we’re just minutes away from world-famous trout fishing rivers, and nationally ranked bass fishing lakes. We have an exceptional medical staff of more than 180 primary care and specialist physicians and mid-level providers. Our healthcare system encompasses a 268-bed short-term acute care hospital, outpatient surgery center, and over 31 clinics and off-site services. Guided by a culture of excellence and compassion Baxter Regional proudly employs over 1,750 employees and 475 volunteers who strive to provide quality healthcare to every patient, every time.

  • Baxter Regional Medical Center achieved Magnet recognition
    Baxter Regional Medical Center achieved Magnet recognition As a reflection of its nursing professionalism, teamwork and superiority in patient care Baxter Regional has received Magnet® Recognition. The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program® distinguishes organizations that meet rigorous standards for nursing excellence.
  • We are taking extra PRECAUTIONS to keep you SAFE
    We are taking extra PRECAUTIONS to keep you SAFE

    Baxter Regional Medical Center and other healthcare providers and state agencies are working together to address the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Arkansas.

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