Mercy Northwest Arkansas announced the merging of two women’s clinics in Rogers into one newly renovated space on the sixth floor of the J.B. Hunt Tower at 3333 Pinnacle Hills Parkway. The sixth floor is also the new address of the offices of Mercy Health Foundation.
Mercy said the new space was made possible by an undisclosed financial gift from philanthropist and developer Johnelle Hunt. The offices were formerly home to Hunt Ventures, which recently moved to the top floor of the 10-story Hunt Tower nearby.
“Both our providers and patients are enjoying this beautiful new clinic space at the top of J.B. Hunt Tower,” said Dr. Steve Goss, president of Mercy Clinic. “Opening the doors to this clinic is one more way we continue our commitment to provide quality, compassionate care for families in our community.”
The new combined clinic has 11 doctors and healthcare providers specializing in obstetrics and gynecology.
“We are so thankful for the continued support of Mrs. Hunt. She and her late husband, J.B., have been longtime supporters of Mercy,” said Clark Ellison, regional vice president of Mercy Health Foundation. “Mrs. Hunt felt it was fitting to have the space that once was hers and Mr. Hunt’s shared office become the foundation’s new home. There is a special feeling when you walk into our new offices. There’s just a cool vibe.”