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In honor of National Healthcare Quality week, we are proud to announce 45+ Washington Regional Clinics throughout Northwest Arkansas have joined SHARE!


The pace of change in healthcare is rapid, and even more far reaching change may be on the way.  Washington Regional realizes the importance of exceeding expectations for comprehensive healthcare services from birth through end of life care.  Every plan they make, every action they implement, is driven by the desire for quality and is focused on the following central beliefs:

  • Providing outstanding clinical quality
  • Being good financial stewards
  • Providing a rewarding place for our employees to work
  • Building, nurturing and preserving a strong partnership with the physician community

A vital component in Washington Regional’s quest for quality is the constant investment in their people, facilities, and technologies. Washington Regional believes that the best outcomes for their patients can be achieved when they coordinate care across a broad scale, from clinics and hospitals to home care, rehabilitation, social services, and pharmacy services.  Quality is their passion and energies will remain dedicated to it. If there is a constant in healthcare, it is change.  They are proud of the ability to adapt in a way that benefits their patients.

Washington Regional’s Mission, Vision, and Values


Washington Regional is committed to improving the health of people in communities they serve through compassionate, high quality care, prevention and wellness education.


To be the leading healthcare system in Northwest Arkansas — the best place to receive care and the best place to give care.


To treat others – patients and their families, visitors, physicians, and each other – as we would want to be treated.


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