The Arkadelphia area has a wealth of medical facilities and specialists.
Baptist Health Medical Center-Arkadelphia is a non-profit critical access hospital that offers first-class health care. The accredited medical center, part of Baptist Health system's 120 facilities in the state, provides emergency services and operates one of two Mobile Health Units in Arkansas. These Mobile Health Units offers health screenings and education, first aid, and physician directed medical services to the community. Baptist Health has also expanded clinic services to Gurdon and Caddo Valley to expand medical services throughout the Clark County area.
There are a number of assisted living facilities and retirement communities in Arkadelphia including the "The Plaza" at Twin Rivers, Courtyard Gardens Health & Rehabilitation and Twin Rivers Health and Rehabilitation.
Little Rock, one hour’s drive from Arkadelphia, features the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and its five medical centers along with Arkansas Children’s Hospital. UAMS is Arkansas’ only academic medical center, training more than 80 percent of the physicians in the state, as well as other medical professionals. Little Rock medical offerings also include a multitude of local clinics of private practitioners, cosmetic enhancement and even medical-related spa services.
Arkadelphia’s scenic beauty, favorable climate, recreational and cultural amenities, and low cost of living make it an ideal place to retire.
Arkadelphia area offers a wide variety of parks and facilities to suit all ages and interests.
As an escape, spend a night in a historic bed and breakfast that was featured in Southern Living magazine- the Captain Henderson House.