Excitement Builds at Bowen Hefley Orthopedics about our planned new medical practice facility!
On October 25th, our physicians and staff, along with civic leaders, held an official groundbreaking for our planned new medical practice building, located at 5220 NorthShore Drive in North Little Rock, across the street from Arkansas Surgical Hospital.
The primary procedures performed by the practice include total joint replacement of the hip, knee, and shoulder; upper extremity surgery; arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder, and hip; general orthopedic surgery, and foot and ankle surgery.
Scheduled to be open for patients in fall of 2024, the location is near a major crossroads in Arkansas, in a quiet business park neighborhood that is free of inner-city traffic, making it very convenient for patients and their families.
Bowen Hefley Orthopedics was founded in 1997 by Drs. William Hefley and Scott Bowen and the practice currently includes nine surgeons, six Physician Assistants, six Physical Therapists, in addition to clinical and administrative staff.
At the groundbreaking event, Dr. Hefley said, “The new facility for Bowen Hefley Orthopedics will be fully equipped with state-of-the-art digital capabilities for the best in orthopedic patient care. Attention was taken to design a building that will provide a pleasant, peaceful experience at a time when patients are often challenged as they seek care for their bone or joint condition.
“The building will feature a covered drive through, near-the-door parking, and a spacious lobby that will include a coffee bar, fireplace, and single-floor access to the imaging and doctor areas, all designed to provide convenience for patients. The new building will be adjacent to Arkansas Surgical Hospital, a facility that consistently does the most (by a factor of two) total joint replacements for the state and is ranked at the top in terms of outcomes, patient satisfaction, and low infection rate each year.”
This new medical practice facility will be in addition to their Landers Road clinic, also in North Little Rock, as well as satellite clinics in Jacksonville, Cabot, Hot Springs Village, and Russellville.