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Baptist Health Purchases Land for Medical Center in Conway

The proposed 200,000 square-foot hospital is expected to provide 100 beds, seven operating rooms, and a Level III trauma-center emergency room.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Baptist Health is planning to build a medical center in Conway.

According to a news release issued early Wednesday afternoon, Baptist purchased around 37 acres for a medical center
along the west side of Interstate 40 near exit 126 in Conway.

“Baptist Health and a dedicated team of local physicians will bring to the community of Conway and surrounding areas an innovative and cooperative approach to providing the highest standards of clinical quality, a fully-staffed emergency room and a proven track record of long-term commitment to supporting Arkansas communities,” President and CEO of Baptist Health, Russell Harrington, said in a news release.

The proposed 200,000-square-foot hospital is expected to provide 100 beds, seven operating rooms, and a Level III trauma-center emergency room.

The two-year construction project, scheduled to open in 2016, is also expected to generate approximately 250 jobs.

To read more about the project in the Baptist Health News Release, click the attachment above.
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