Eureka Springs Hospital has been providing quality healthcare since October 29, 1929. As Carroll County's first critical access hospital, we are committed to serve our community for years to come, the same way we have for more than 90 years. The hospital was first established as the Don Sawyer Memorial Hospital and renamed Eureka Springs Hospital in 1952. Since then, the hospital has seen many changes – facility additions and renovations, added services, new equipment and so much more – but our commitment to quality care has stayed the same.
We are run by the Eureka Springs Hospital Commission, an exceptional group of local leaders who deeply understand the needs of our community. Together with the commission and city leaders, we collaborate to provide compassionate, skilled healthcare services to Carroll County and beyond. To everyone who has used our hospital, thank you. We wouldn't be able to do anything without the support of our commission, city and community.
Eureka Springs Hospital Commissioners
Our hospital commissioners are community leaders focused on ensuring the connection between our hospital and our people. The commission meets on the third Monday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Eureka Springs City Auditorium. The meetings are broadcast on the city's Youtube page if you can't make it in person. We welcome everyone at our meetings and hope to see you there!
Kent Turner, Chair