Debbie Erdelen, admission clerk, was recognized as the Super Kudo for April 2017. A KUDO is awarded to an employee who is “caught” performing a service that is kind, understanding, dedicated and outstanding.
Chambers Memorial Clinic is pleased to welcome Yell County native Joshua D. Manatt, PA-C as our newest
Family Practice Provider. Joshua graduated from Dardanelle High School and received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Arkansas Tech University. He later obtained a Bachelor and Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from The University of Nebraska Medical Center. Joshua performed his clinical rotations at General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital in Missouri. He is a commissioned officer in the Arkansas Army National Guard, and has been serving for over 8 years. Prior to his Physician Assistant Studies, Joshua was a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at Mercy Hospital in Fort Smith.
Joshua will see adult and pediatric patients. He will join the other Physicians and Nurse Practitioners on staff at Chambers Memorial Hospital to meet the health care needs of the patients and communities we serve.
To schedule an appointment with Joshua, call Chambers Memorial Clinic at 479-495-6270 or 479-495-6254.
Located in Danville, Arkansas, John Ed Chambers Memorial Hospital, Inc. is a general hospital licensed with 41 private single-unit patient rooms to help you feel more at home. Since 1956, Chambers Memorial Hospital has served the health care needs of Danville and surrounding communities by providing a range of medical services.
Chambers Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital that offers vital care while working to keep health care costs down. We are a motivated hospital where family values, teamwork and technology come together. We work closely with local schools and businesses to make a positive difference in the health and safety of our community.
Chambers Memorial Hospital was selected as a Top 100 Hospital in the U.S. for six years in a row. We are very proud of this nomination and strive to do what is in the patient’s best interest. Each of us at Chambers Memorial Hospital is committed to making your experience as pleasant as possible.
Mike McCoy, CEO, along with a staff of dedicated health care professionals, and all of our co-workers thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you. To contact the hospital, call 479-495-2241 or 479-495-6333 for the emergency room. Chambers Memorial Hospital emergency department is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Inpatient visiting hours are 8 am to 9 pm.