Dignitaries from Mercy, Kindred Healthcare and Arkansas Colleges of Health Education were on hand to raise shovels and ask for blessing of the new 40-bed hospital that is expected to cost about $21 million. Mercy Fort Smith is partnering with Louisville, Ky.-based Kindred Healthcare to build the rehabilitation hospital on land donated by ACHE. The facility will be next to the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine on the ACHE campus and serve as a teaching site for students in ACHE’s School of Occupational Therapy and School of Physical Therapy, press information provided by Mercy said.
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Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - Arkansas' second-largest city will be the home of two brand-new permanent entertainment districts.
Chaffee Crossing is featured in the September issue of Entertainment Fort Smith magazine for the fourth year in a row. So much is happening in Chaffee Crossing that it takes a local army to tell the stories and share the good news.
The August edition of the Chaffee Crossing newsletter has arrived in inboxes all across the country. Take a couple of minutes to catch up on the latest news and progress coming out of western Arkansas' premiere economic development project. It has been a HOT summer!