About Us

What Should I Know About Wadley Regional Medical Center?

As the oldest hospital in Texarkana, Wadley Regional Medical Center has a century-long tradition of providing compassionate, high-quality health care. As part of its commitment to provide innovative, quality care, Wadley has pioneered many medical firsts for Texarkana. As the area’s first Joint Commission certified Primary Stroke Center and the first state-designated Level II Primary Stroke Center, Wadley is the area’s leader in stroke care. Wadley was also the region’s first dual designated Level III Advanced Trauma Center by both the State of Texas and Arkansas. Wadley proudly brought robotic surgery to the area with the first da Vinci Si Surgical System as well as many firsts in equipment and services in the Wadley Breast Health Center for diagnosing breast cancer.


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Our Mission

Our Mission is to enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve by providing comprehensive, high-quality health services.

Our Vision

To be recognized as the leading health care organization in Texarkana and the surrounding region.

Our Values

Quality Service

We will relentlessly pursue exceptional quality in providing our services.

Focus on Customers

We will strive at all times to meet and exceed the expectations of those individuals who utilize our services.


We will respect and encourage each other to make our health care system an exceptional one.

Innovation and Creativity

We will continuously pursue innovative and creative opportunities for change.

Ethical and Professional Behavior

We will continuously uphold uncompromising ethical and professional standards.

Quality Care

At Wadley Regional Medical Cente, it is our goal to provide safe, effective, high-quality healthcare for our patients.

We encourage patients and their family/significant other to take an active role in their health care, and we believe they should make informed decisions about the physicians and hospitals they trust to provide that care.

Wadley Regional Medical Center voluntarily reports information to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on nearly two-dozen activities related to care for patients receiving specific services. These measures demonstrate how often the hospital provided the recommended care and treatment for patients with a heart attack, heart failure, and pneumonia and for patients having surgery.