Five Rivers Medical Center

Our Facility

Five Rivers Medical Center (FRMC) shall provide safe comprehensive healthcare services to its market area that meet or exceed customer expectations. Through these services, FRMC will strive to be the provider of choice for the community’s healthcare needs. Additionally, FRMC seeks, through continued economic growth, to maintain the highest level of professional and technical standards and to use these advanced technologies for the betterment of its patients without regard to race, color, gender, disability, national origin or religion.

Emergency Department

Five Rivers Medical Center has been designated by the State of Arkansas as a level-4 trauma center. Our emergency department has recently received the American Heart Association Stroke Quality Achievement Award, which recognized our commitment and success in making sure stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment as recognized by national standards.  

Home Health Services

FRMC offers a full range of home health services to treat our patients in the comfort of their homes. Our licensed staff takes pride in establishing a lasting connection with our home health patients. We offer physical and occupation therapy to help our patients get back the quality of life they are accustomed to.  

Rehabilitation Services

FRMC offers rehab services including physical and occupation therapy in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Our physical therapists work with patients to build their strength and stamina to quickly recover from injury or illness. We have an in-ground therapy pool with a treadmill that allows patients to effectively rehabilitate with non-weight bearing injuries.  

Radiology

FRMC offer X-Ray, MRI, and CT scanning. Our new CT scanner is a 64-slice Philips Ingenuity, providing the most up-to-date technology for computed tomography. 

Geriatric Psychiatry

Five Rivers has a 14-bed inpatient geriatric psychiatric unit that helps our aging population with behavioral issues. Our patients on this unit are treated by a psychiatrist and clinical social workers.  

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