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Hospitals in Arkansas are working together to effectively respond to the novel coronavirus – and the illness it causes, COVID-19. We encourage all Arkansans to be proactive by safeguarding not only their own health but also the health of their neighbors and of the wider health care system.

As more information becomes available about this rapidly evolving situation, we will update this page. We also encourage everyone to stay up-to-date on evidence-based guidance from the Arkansas Department of Health and CDC. 

Arkansas has a long history of rising to meet the challenges of epidemic disease. Hospitals are the heart and hands of many of our state’s communities, and we take this role very seriously. We are proud to be part of a statewide community of support and care facing the outbreak as a united front.

Your hospitals are here for you.

COVID-19 News

ADH Updates on Acquisition and Use of Monoclonal Antibody Therapies

Posted on 10/8/2021
Earlier today, the Arkansas Department of Health hosted a Monoclonal Antibody Therapy update call. Several important updates were provided ...

ADH Shares Additional Information on Booster Shot Eligibility

Posted on 10/8/2021
The Arkansas Department of Health has updated their vaccine webpage to include information about groups eligible for a Pfizer booster shot, in addition to those listed in CDC guidance. In particular, the updated ADH page includes ...

Provider Relief Fund Applications Open

Posted on 10/1/2021
As of September 29, hospitals and other health care providers can apply for $25.5 billion in provider relief funds. The package includes $8.5 billion in American Rescue Plan (ARP)...