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BCMC Rural Health Clinic




During the COVID-19 pandemic there will be some temporary changes at the BCMC Rural Health Clinic. We are seeing well-patients and OB patients all day. However, sick patients are seen only in the afternoons beginning at 2 p.m. Sick patients will need to call the front desk of the BCMC Rural Health Clinic at 870-226-8636 to get checked in and wait in their car until a nurse calls them. They do not wait in the lobby. Everyone, staff included, is still screened daily before they enter the building.

The BCMC Rural Health Clinic offers a wide range of medical services including acute care, chronic illness management, OB services, routine wellness exams, well child visits, and much more. We are also offering telehealth visits!

Call us today at (870) 226-8636 to schedule an appointment! Walk-ins are accepted. One of our two APRNs will be available during the lunch hour (12 p.m.-1 p.m.) for our patients' walk-in convenience.

All of the clinicians are accepting new patients!

Business Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Friday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

Address: 304 E Central St.; Warren, AR 71671

Clinicians

Kristen Dent, M.D.
Jenifer Kowalik, M.D.
April Harris, APRN
Kristen Harvey, APRN

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LifeShare Blood Drive Set for Wednesday, Dec. 8 at BCMC


There will be a LifeShare Blood Drive on Wednesday, December 8 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the LifeShare bus that will be parked in the BCMC Rural Health Clinic parking lot. The BCMC Rural Health Clinic is located at 304 East Central Street across the street from the Emergency Room entrance at Bradley County Medical Center.

Local blood drives are the main source of blood for Bradley County Medical Center and other hospitals in the region. Blood donations are down across the country and Southeast Arkansas is not immune to this shortage. If you are able, please consider donating at this upcoming LifeShare Blood Drive on December 8. You could receive a LifeShare long sleeve shirt after you donate, while supplies last.