Our Surgical Technologies
Meet our surgeons
Washington Regional Medical Center opened as Washington County Hospital in 1950 as an acute care facility with 50 beds on the corner of College Avenue and North Street in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In August 2002, the current Washington Regional Medical Center opened with 233 beds and 345,000 square feet of space on Northhills Boulevard. Since that time, the medical center has grown to more than 724,000 square feet and is licensed for 425 beds.
Throughout the years, Washington Regional has maintained its place as a health care leader in Northwest Arkansas and has grown to comprise an impressive network of world-class health care services. Today, the medical center is part of a comprehensive health care system that includes North Hills Surgery Center, Dialysis Centers of NWA and a network of clinics and services throughout Northwest Arkansas. Washington Regional Medical System is Northwest Arkansas’ largest health care provider and is a community-owned, locally governed, non-profit organization.
- For-profit or non-profit? non-profit
- Size 425 beds
- Ownership Community Owned
- Joint Replacement
- Orthopedic Surgery