Jason Wildeman was recently promoted to vice president of outpatient services for Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas, overseeing most hospital-based departments that are located off the main hospital campus in Rogers.
Wildeman joined Mercy as an occupational therapist in 1999 and worked in that capacity for eight years, according to a Mercy news release. He served as a clinical coordinator before being named director of home health services at Mercy in 2007. Then he served as executive director of home health services from 2010 to 2016 before taking on his current role.
Wildeman is a registered occupational therapist with the National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapy and a licensed occupational therapist with the Arkansas State Medical Board.
Wildeman received a bachelor of science in occupational therapy from University of Central Arkansas in Conway. He and his wife, Toby, have two teenage daughters. Wildeman is an active volunteer with youth sports programs in Northwest Arkansas, including Bentonville Youth Softball League, Northwest Arkansas Action Sports, and the Northwest Arkansas Knockouts, and he has assisted with organization and development of youth sports camp programs through the Rogers Activity Center.