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NEA Baptist Health System announces hospital move date

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - NEA Baptist Health System announced Friday it will open its new hospital on Johnson Avenue and move patients Sunday, January 12th.

In a statement, the hospital said patients will move from its current Red Wolf Blvd. location beginning at 6 am to its new facility on Johnson Ave. Emergency services will be available at the new location at the same time. 

Patients scheduled for treatment on January 12th will receive specific directions on where to go. Any patients of NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital and Surgical Hospital of Jonesboro will go to the new campus on Johnson Ave. after 6 am. 

Once all patients are moved from the current facility on Red Wolf Blvd., that campus will close. It has been sold to a private investor.

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