Safety is a priority at Arkansas Methodist Medical Center (AMMC), and we are working harder than ever to make sure it remains a safe place to address ALL of your health care needs. In order to keep a healthy environment, we have updated our caregiver policy. One caregiver is allowed for AMMC patients. Caregivers must meet COVID-19 screening criteria and follow AMMC guidelines.
If a caregiver passes screening, they must wear a mask at all times. The health of our community is important to everyone at AMMC. If you are experiencing mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms, please call the AMMC hotline at 870-573-4223.
Click here to hear an important message from President and CEO Barry Davis.
Click here to download our complete list of precautions and protections for patients.
How to protect yourself and others
What you should know about COVID-19 to protect yourself and others
CDC's 10 ways to manage respiratory symptoms at home
How to home quarantine from the Arkansas Department of Health
CDC's steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 if you are sick
April 10, 2020 Park & Pray
At 6 pm on April 10, 2020, our parking lot filled up with community members who came to pray for and encourage our amazing healthcare providers as they fight COVID-19. Check out the video and photos below to see this great show of support.
Arkansas Methodist Medical Center is proud to serve our community by offering the outpatient Covid-19 monoclonal antibody treatment, Bamlanivimab.
Bamlanivimab has received an emergency use authorization from the FDA for the treatment of active Covid-19 infections in non-hospitalized patients who meet specific “high risk” criteria.
If you have been diagnosed with Covid-19 you can speak with your healthcare provider to see if you qualify.
Bamlanivimab is a new drug and there is still much to learn about the benefits, risks, and side effects. Together, you and your healthcare provider can decide if treatment is right for you.