Arkansas health system consolidates for efficiency

November 20, 2014
Michael Peck

NEA Baptist Health System in Jonesboro, Ark., has relocated its hospital to expand its offerings and integrate with its specialty practices, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. The NEA Baptist campus comprises the 550,000-square-foot NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital; 220,000-square-foot NEA Baptist Clinic, housing administrative offices; and the 33,000-square-foot standalone NEA Baptist Cancer Center, the article said.

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