Mercy Celebrates New Clinic in Southwest Bentonville


 

BENTONVILLE -- A heavy downpour couldn't dampen the spirits of about 75 Mercy co-workers and friends who gathered to attend the blessing and ribbon cutting for Mercy Clinic Primary Care - I Street in Bentonville.

Pediatrics and primary care providers will begin seeing patients Wednesday at the 14,000-square-foot clinic at 4100 S.W. I St. near the Bentonville Community Center. The clinic initially will add eight more providers to increase access to care in southwest Bentonville, with more providers being added to the clinic roster this summer.

Bentonville Mayor Bob McCaslin praised Mercy for adding to the city's quality of life while bringing hope and healing through its faith-based health ministry. He also complimented Mercy's choice of a high-traffic location.

The clinic is part of a multimillion dollar expansion plan announced in April 2016 that will add seven clinics in the region and a tower to the Rogers hospital. First described as a $247 million community investment, the expansion has grown to $275 million because of increases to the scope of several projects.

Dr. Steve Goss, president of Mercy Clinic Northwest Arkansas, said studies identified the I Street area as being close to multiple residential neighborhoods and in need of additional primary care services. That's a testament to the city's growth in an area that once was on the outskirts of town, he said.

Primary care providers joining the clinic are Dr. Raj Dondeti, Dr. Patrick Greenburg, physician assistant Lauren Greenhaw and nurse practitioner Sarah Keith. In pediatrics, the clinic's providers will be Dr. George Schaefer, Dr. Rachel MacLeod and nurse practitioner Julia Adams. Additional providers will be brought on board in late summer.

In addition to primary care, the 29-room clinic will offer specialty providers on a rotating basis. There is space to add another 14 exam rooms.

Mercy's investment totals $7.7 million in the clinic, begun by Crossland Construction Co.

In addition, construction is underway on Mercy's sixth location in Bentonville. Mercy Clinic Primary Care - Walton Boulevard will house four providers and feature 14 examination rooms at 1401 N. Walton Blvd. It's expected to open in August.

 
Share:

Related Articles:


Print
 
 

 

 


Tags:
None
Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: