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Overview of Piggott Community Hospital

Piggott Community Hospital strives to maximize its technology to better serve patients. We have introduced a computerized system to insure that tests can be interpreted with results back to your doctor quicker. Our partnerships with UAMS and Baptist Health of Little Rock allows us to consult with specialists through telemedicine. With specialized cameras and specially trained staff, visual evaluation of cases is possible. New methods of treatment — such as TPA for strokes — and the latest diagnostic capabilities for CT Scans with reduced radiation and sharper imaging are now available.

The first hospital was considered a state of the art institution and one of the finest hospitals in Northeast Arkansas. Because of Medicare and other government guidelines, the hospital was required to make extensive structural changes. Therefore, it was closed as an inpatient building in July, 1979. It is now an outpatient clinic for Doctors Muse and Duckworth. Currently, it is occupied by the Piggott Family Medical Clinic owned and operated by Doctors Sheridan, Blake and Mallard.

At the present time, plans are being made to expand the Piggott facility, the rural health clinics and home health care programs. Efforts are being make to improve technology and to drive the continuing mission of providing exceptional rural healthcare. Piggott Community Hospital is a 25 beds hospital.

Total beds: 25

Hospital Type: Critical Access Hospital

No of Affiliated Doctors: 36

Specialities: Multi Speciality

Medicare Quality data

The Medicare quality data presented below is derived from the www.cms.gov hospital compare data. Star ratings are limited in scope to the data sources they are derived from. The Hospital Compare overall hospital rating summarizes a variety of measures across 7 areas of quality into a single rating for each hospital.

Overall rating


Patient Experience


Safety of care


Timeliness of care


Staying out of Hospital after treatment


Above national average

Same as national average

Below national average

Patient Experience (HCHAPS) data from Medicare

This data is based on HCAHPS survey by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (www.cms.gov).The HCAHPS survey is administered to a random sample of adult patients across medical conditions between 48 hours and 6 weeks after discharge; the survey isn't restricted to Medicare beneficiaries. Hospital Compare currently reports results for the categories listed below.    

81% Patients that would definitely recommend ( 9% higher than the national average )


Aetna Better Health, Aetna: HMO, POS, PPO, Medicare, Amerigroup: Medicaid and Medicare, Amerihealth: HMO, POS, PPO, Medicare



The hospital accepts various types of health insurance, but individual coverage may be variable. You should check with your insurance whether the hospital is in network or not. You can make payment via cash, online, credit card or debit card.

Walnut Ridge Station

Jonesboro Municipal Airport

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