Location Profile

Bentonville, Arkansas

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Bentonville, Arkansas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Bentonville, Arkansas. Accredited by The Joint Commission and known for a full range of specialty areas, the hospital is known for its dedication to staff and comprehensive care by its staff of 104 physicians. The hospital features over 100 beds for patients plus contains the latest in diagnostic technology and therapies.

Community Overview

Bentonville may have a reputation for being the town that birthed Walmart, but it’s more than just a home to the retailer. The city has quickly emerged as a premier spot in the Ozarks, a home to world-class food, art, culture and entertainment options for all. Bentonville has been known for its “small town feel” for years, but is quickly becoming a hip spot in the Ozarks. Visitors and residents alike are flocking to this city for its culture, diversity and opportunity. The city was named the Best City in Arkansas in 2016 by Niche.com readers and is rated an A+ on the website. Bentonville has developed a lively calendar of events including festivals, farmer’s markets, celebrations and more. The Ozark Regional Transit system makes it possible to explore all of the sights of the city with ease.

Learn more about Bentonville at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Bentonville Public Schools has grown over the years and now features 21 schools in the district.

The district currently has 11 elementary schools (K-4), 5 middle schools (grade 5- 6), 3 junior high schools (grade 7-8) and 2 high schools (grade 9-12). Bentonville’s schools have been recognized both by the state and nationally thanks to their continued commitment of inspiring education for their students. In 2017, the district was recognized for Outstanding Educational Performance from the University of Arkansas Office of Education Policy. The state report card for Bentonville resulted in 13 “A” rankings, more than any other district in Arkanas. Last but certainly not least, the district was named the Best in Arkansas by Niche.com in 2018.

Click here to read more about public schools in Bentonville.
Click here to read about private schools in Bentonville.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Bentonville is just bursting with a great selection of shopping options. Browse a few of the city’s cozy boutiques, stop in a local gift shop or hit up the mall - Bentonville has plenty to see and buy. Stop at the luxury shopping center Pinnacle Hills Promenade or the shopping plazas that dot the city for a taste of what to expect. The city also boasts plenty of entertainment and recreation options as well. You’ll find renowned museums, exciting art venues, and thrilling adventure just around the corner. Visit the Museum of Native American History and see the storied past of the Native Americans through exhibits and artifacts if you’re a history buff. Have little ones? There are plenty of ways to have hands-on fun at the Scott Family Amazeum with its 50,000 square feet of exhibits, learning centers and play space. Bentonville is well-known as the home of Walmart, and the retail giant has created their own museum, the Walmart Museum, which features hands-on exhibits and interactive experiences as well, plus an old-fashioned soda fountain. If you love art, you must visit the Crystal Bridges Museum of Art, one of the most distrinct art galleries in the country and right in the middle of nature. Beautiful green space and more than 50,000 pieces of material await. Bentonville is very green throughout the city and features more than 10 parks and recreational options including splash pads, playgrounds, sports fields, picnic space, and more. The city is also known as a “bike mecca,” thanks to its abundance of trails and biking options.

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Crime Rate

The low crime rate of Bentonville makes it ideal for families who want safety and security as it’s safer than 60% of the rest of the country. Bentonville features a crime rate that’s 43% lower than the national average and has seen a 22% decrease of incidents. The city crime rate is also 58% lower than the state of Arkansas. A dedicated team of 105 people strong, Bentonville’s Police Department is dedicated to preserving the peaceful nature of the city.

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