Mercy Opens Clinic in Thriving Area of North Bentonville

October 2, 2018
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Mercy’s newest clinic in Bentonville offers four primary care providers in the thriving North Walton Boulevard Corridor Enhancement area that is less than a mile from four public schools.

Mercy celebrated the opening of Mercy Clinic Primary Care – N. Walton with a blessing and ribbon cutting on Tuesday morning.

The clinic’s providers – Dr. Jim Byrum, Dr. Kim Chapman, Dr. Robert Holder and advanced practice nurse Meredith Findley – offer family medicine, pediatrics and internal medicine.

To schedule an appointment, call 479-319-5355.

The clinic is among seven Mercy will open as part of a $277 million expansion in the region that includes the addition of a seven-story tower to the Rogers hospital.

Mercy Clinic President Dr. Steve Goss said the area of north Bentonville is growing quickly and has a need for more primary care physicians. In researching its Community Presence Plan, Mercy found that residents prefer care close to where they live and work.

 “To us, it’s much more than a strategy. It’s about how can we be present in the community where people need us most? How can we open doors to enhance the quality of life for our friends and neighbors?” Dr. Goss said.

Mercy’s investment in the site and building totals $4.1 million. Crossland Construction Co. started construction on the clinic at 1401 N. Walton Blvd. in January.

The clinic is Mercy’s sixth location in Bentonville. The others are Mercy Clinic Southwest I Street at 4100 S.W. I St.; Mercy Clinic Primary Care – Moberly Lane at 2900 S.E. Moberly Lane; Mercy Clinic Primary Care – J Street at 1000 S.E. 13th Court; Mercy Clinic Primary Care – Regional Airport Boulevard at 701 S.W. Regional Airport Blvd.; and Mercy Convenient Care – Highway 102 and Mercy Clinic Pediatrics at 3101 S.E. 14th St.

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