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Bradley County Medical Center M*A*S*H Camp


M*A*S*H (Medical Applications of Science for Health) camp is an excellent summer enrichment program sponsored state-wide by UAMS and the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation that allows rising high school juniors and seniors to shadow health professionals and attend workshops that enhance their experience in the health care field. MASH students participate in dissections, casting, suturing, intubation and ventilation, CPR training, job-shadowing, a UAMS tour, and much, much more.

BCMC is saddened to announce that the 2020 M*A*S*H has been cancelled.

Application Requirements: 

Must be an existing 10th or 11th grader when application is filled out
Must have Biology completed

Students who meet the above requirements are selected based on the following:

Academic, Athletic or other Achievements and Awards
Extra-Curricular Activities, Leadership, and Service
Essay describing the student's desire to attend this program and to pursue a health career
GPA
Teacher Recommendations

Dates to Remember:

Camp dates - June 1-12, 2020
Deadline to submit application - April 1, 2020
Notification of acceptance deadline - TBA
Packet completion deadline - TBA
Parent Orientation - TBA

For additional information about the BCMC camp, email Alaina Glover at aglovermed@gmail.com or call (870) 952-9579.

If interested in donating to help support the BCMC MASH camp, please CLICK HERE.




CLICK HERE to view the 2014 BCMC M*A*S*H participants.

CLICK HERE to view the 2015 BCMC M*A*S*H participants.

CLICK HERE to view the 2016 BCMC M*A*S*H participants.

CLICK HERE to view the 2019 BCMC M*A*S*H participants.

The American Hospital Association has chosen Bradley County Medical Center for inclusion in its 2016 edition of "Community Connections: Ideas & Innovations for Hospital Leaders." The annual publication features case examples from across the country on how hospitals and health systems are improving community health. It is distributed nationwide to hospital CEOs as a way to inspire initiatives and spark dialogue. Only two programs from each state and Washington, D.C., are selected every year, qualifying for one of four categories: Access and Quality, Health Behaviors, Socioeconomic Factors, or Physical Environment. Bradley County Medical Center was included in the Socioeconomic Factors section. To view the 2016 case example booklet and read the Bradley County Medical Center case study, SEE ATTACHED (we're featured on page 26).

BCMC News

BCMC Alters Visitation Policy to Reflect No Patient Left Alone Act


Bradley County Medical Center has made updates to its visitation policy to reflect the No Patient Left Alone that was recently signed into law in Arkansas.

This act states that a patient be allowed one support person who is permitted to be physically present on a daily basis at reasonable times throughout his or her hospitalization. Therefore, each patient may have one support person with them during normal visiting hours. In accordance with this new law, BCMC will allow one support person per patient during normal visiting hours.

Bradley County Medical Center reserves the right to limit or place visitor restrictions in certain situations including, but not limited to, when the presence of visitors would be medically or therapeutically harmful; interfere with the care or rights of any patient; visitors are engaging in violent, disruptive, or threatening behavior; or visitors are noncompliant with BCMC policy.