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Published to: https://www.hsvvoice.com Written by: Times Record Staff Courtney Thrower a third-year medical student at the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine was recently elected to the national board for the Student Osteopathic Medical Association. Thrower will...
Mercy Fort Smith and the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education are creating a residency program to help retain doctors in the River Valley while boosting Mercy’s staffing numbers.
$1.3M donation benefits New Mercy, ACHE medical school residency program; Retaining doctors will improve health care, boost economy in River Valley, leaders say
Mercy Fort Smith and the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) are developing a new residency program, thanks to a $1.3 million donation from ACHE with the assistance of the Degen Foundation.
Construction of a new rehabilitation hospital — which will be next door to the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine — is underway in Fort Smith. The hospital will serve as a teaching site for students in the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education’s School of Occupational Therapy and School of Physical Therapy, Juli Stec, Mercy Fort Smith vice president of operations, said in a news release.
Mercy Fort Smith is partnering with Kindred Healthcare of Louisville, Ky., to build the 52,967-square-foot Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital Fort Smith at 6700 Chad Colley Blvd. The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education donated the land for the hospital.
More than 80 runners spring from the start line, Saturday, February 15, 2020 for the inaugural Arkansas Colleges of Health Education Heart ACHE 5k at Chaffee Crossing. The event highlighted ACHE administration, staff, and students commitment to various community services across our area.
Arkansas Colleges of Health Education in Fort Smith has signed an affiliation agreement with Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, intended to streamline the admission process for Ouachita’s highest academic performers.
Dignitaries from Mercy, Kindred Healthcare and Arkansas Colleges of Health Education were on hand to raise shovels and ask for blessing of the new 40-bed hospital that is expected to cost about $21 million.