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Bradley County Medical Center has made some changes to entry doors in an effort to enhance safety and security. ER Patients who are arrive by ambulance, and those who arrive by private vehicle and are non-ambulatory will continue to present to the glass doors at the ER driveway. Ambulance drivers have access with a badge. Those driving non-ambulatory patients to ER can use the doorbell to gain entry for the patient. ER patients who are ambulatory will use door at the ramp to be screened and registered.

The front door of the hospital on Bradley Street remains closed to the public.

BCMC now has security officers on duty nights and weekends. The security officers will also serve as the screeners at the new ER registration desk.

The No Patient Left Alone Act 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. In accordance with this new law, BCMC will allow one support person per patient during normal visiting hours.

Visitors are asked to use the entrance at the Registration Office on west side of the hospital on Jolley Street. That door will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and not open on weekends. Weekend visitors and after hour visitors will use the new ER Registration entrance on Jolley Street at the ramp to be screened for entry.

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. Children under 12 are discouraged from visiting.

Bradley County Medical Center has lifted their mask mandate. Patients and visitors no longer have to wear a mask unless they are exhibiting signs and symptoms of COVID-19 or Influenza. Masks will be provided for those who want to wear one.

All hospital visitors will be screened using the current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines before they are permitted entry. Visitors that do not clear screening will not be allowed into the hospital. No one will be allowed in the building if they have a temperature of 100.4.

To learn more about the COVID-19 coronavirus in Arkansas please visit the Arkansas Department of Health website at or call 1-800-803-7847. More information on COVID-19 can be found at BCMC strongly encourages anyone who thinks they have symptoms of COVID-19 to please call their primary care physician first for instructions.

For Patients

Attention Patients

You can pay your bills by calling Collections at 870-226-4319 or by stopping by the BCMC Business Center located at 219 E. Central Street (on the other side of the BCMC ER Parking Lot).

You can also access the Patient Payment Center online by clicking here.

Employment Center

In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at Bradley County Medical Center will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities.



Taylor Receives Latest BCMC DAISY Award

Belinda “Lee” Taylor, RN, was named the recipient of The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses ® in a recent ceremony at Bradley County Medical Center. This award is part of the DAISY Foundation's mission to recognize the extraordinary, compassionate nursing care they provide patients and families every day.

Taylor’s nomination stated that she exemplifies servant leadership evidenced by her willingness to support and serve both her patients and staff. The nomination continued by explaining that although she fulfills a charge nurse role, she strives to meet our needs by providing bedside care, answering call lights, administrating meds, managing admissions, or discharges. Her demeanor is always professional, pleasant, and cooperative and no matter how busy it gets, Taylor has a “we got this” attitude. The nomination concluded by saying that she is a strong patient advocate, and the nominator appreciates her as a colleague and leaders.