About Us

Founded in 2008, ARHP is a nonprofit healthcare network comprised of 15 rural hospital members & 2 FQHC's throughout south Arkansas.

Our Mission

Quality Healthcare for Rural Arkansas

Our mission is to create and implement sustainable community solutions to improve the healthcare infrastructure and strengthen healthcare delivery in south Arkansas.

Our Staff
Our Vision

Ensuring Access to Localized Care

We work to ensure everyone has access to quality and localized healthcare throughout south Arkansas through collaborative efforts.

What We Do

Collaborative Partners

We collaborate with representatives from education, workforce, economic development, public agencies, and private industry to help form and implement regional solutions to healthcare challenges.

Our Commitment

We Are Rural Health Champions

We are committed to strengthening the ecosystem of rural communities across south Arkansas by engaging in transformative conversations, partnerships, and initiatives.

Advocacy
Jarrid Duncan is an ARHP advocate in recovery from substance use disorder in DeWitt, AR.
Dr. Jim Wright is an advocate for rural health and often speaks on the dangers of opiate addiction and substance use.
Christina Smith - Probation Officer for South Arkansas County District Court out of DeWitt, AR and a community partner of ARHP.
Ophal Lindsey is a prescription assistance patient and an ARHP advocate out of Chicot, AR.
Special Agent John Carter, 10th Judicial Drug Task Force, fights the opioid epidemic in Drew County, AR.