Building a Healthier Sharp County

The WRHS Foundation Paver Project provides funding to enhance medical care at the WRMC Medical Complex Cherokee Village. Gifts to the Paver Project generated $4,000 used for the construction of the helipad.

Many businesses and residents in Sharp County and surrounding areas contributed to the project. Donors include the Bank of Cave City; Dr. Doug Bernard; Robert C. Jr. and Judy E. Brown; Centennial Bank; First Community Bank;  Mr. and Mrs. Donald Britnell; Johnny Carter; Richard and Michelle Huff; Sandy Jones; North Arkansas Building Specialties; North Arkansas Electric Cooperative; Norma J. Orr; Ozark Gateway Realty, LLC; Charlotte Sellers; Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce; Russell Stokes, Jr.; James M. and Marcia Street; Steve and Kim Thompson; Tri County Board of Realtors, Inc.; United Country Cotham & Co; and Donward and Velda Wiles.

 

“We are grateful for the support of the residents and businesses in our communities,” said Robert Wright, Administrator of Physician Services.  “We want to ensure that the residents in our communities have the care they need, where they need it.”

Donors will be recognized with an engraved brick located along a 30-yard sidewalk from the helipad to the emergency room.

The Paver Project continues to accept gifts to improve medical care in the region. For more information about the Paver Project, or how you can become involved in improving the health of the community, contact the White River Health System (WRHS) Foundation at (870) 262-1927, or the WRMC Medical Complex Cherokee Village at (870) 257-6041.

The WRMC Medical Complex is an affiliate of WRHS. WRHS is a not-for-profit healthcare system serving residents throughout North Central Arkansas.  The system includes hospitals, outpatient facilities, primary care and specialty physician office practices, and senior life centers.  WRHS is a member of the Premier Alliance, the American Hospital Association, and the Arkansas Hospital Association and licensed by the Arkansas Department of Health.

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Centennial Bank of Highland recently donated $500 to the Pavers Project at WRMC Medical Complex Cherokee Village.  Project proceeds benefit medical care provided at the complex.  For more information regarding the Pavers Project, or to make a donation, call (870) 262-1927.  Pictured in front row from left to right: Ethan Barnes, Centennial Bank Loan Officer; Amy Runsick, Centennial Bank Teller Supervisor; Charity Schaufler, ER Clinical Lead RN; Shane Wood, ER Clinical Lead RN; Nathan Criss, Centennial Bank Market President; Ashley Hall, PCMH Coordinator; Jennifer Johnson, APRN. Pictured in the second row from left to right: Tabitha Thurman, Radiologist; Amy Whitten, Radiology Supervisor; Ruth Ann Overturf, Radiologist; James Street, Facility Administrator; and Shannon Smart, Clinic Secretary. Pictured in back row from left to right: Charlotte Sellers, ER/Outpatient Registration; and Stacey Wright, WRMC Trauma Manager.

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