with a heart
Taking care of Carroll County residents and visitors since 1929
At Eureka Springs Hospital, we offer a wide range of healthcare services for those in and around Carroll County, Arkansas. We are a small, 15-bed hospital with a big heart. We strive daily to keep our local patients close to home as they face illness, post-surgical recovery or rehabilitative efforts. Eureka Springs Hospital is here for you and because of you.
We are dedicated to serve our community by expanding our services, improving our equipment and continually training our staff. We know we have a big responsibility to our community, including the many visitors that come to our city from around the world. Taking care of people is our mission. We take that responsibility seriously and we are so thankful for everyone who has supported us over the years.
Eureka Springs Hospital provides a variety of inpatient healthcare services, including:
24/7 Emergency Room
Inpatient Laboratory Services
Inpatient Radiology Services
Inpatient Speech Therapy
Swing Bed Program
We offer a wide array of outpatient services, including:
Outpatient Laboratory Services
Outpatient Radiology Services
Outpatient Speech Therapy
What our patients are saying
“Everybody listens. Everybody's courteous. It was extremely busy when I came and an ambulance came in and another woman came in after me. It was just swamped and they did a great job. Every time I have been there, I have been treated with the utmost respect.”
“I was really, really sick and the nurses and doctors helped me figure everything out. They were constantly checking on me. They were awesome."
“I keep coming back there. They're very knowledgeable and they answer all our questions. I trust them and I'm real satisfied with the service I get at Eureka Springs Hospital."
“I'm from a big city and the hospital had a small-town feel. The doctor was super nice to me and so was the nurse. It's kind of scary when you're going to a hospital out-of-state and you don't know what to expect, and everyone was great. I loved it."