CHI St. Vincent North


CHI St. Vincent North is a 60-bed faith-based, not-for-profit hospital serving the health care needs of Central, Arkansas.


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2215 Wildwood Ave, Sherwood, AR 72120
Free parking.
Phone: 501.552.7100


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St. Vincent Hospital North LR






Welcome to St. Vincent North

North Hospital is a 60-bed facility located in Sherwood, Arkansas. We provide care for patients from all over Central Arkansas

CHI St. Vincent North in Sherwood opened in October 1999. The hospital offers private rooms and serves the community with 24-hour emergency service. More than 200 coworkers and physicians at the facility provide medical care for Sherwood, North Little Rock, Jacksonville and surrounding communities. We share the campus with the CHI St. Vincent Rehabilitation Hospital.

In 2017, we announced plans to relocate the Arkansas Neurosciences Institute from the Infirmary in Little Rock to our North campus. In 2019, this vision became a reality when our neurosurgical teams completed intense preparations and began using the newly renovated intensive care units, surgical suites and other spaces.




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Behavioral Health

Our inpatient and outpatient programs offer the best environment for rehabilitation and recovery.

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Cancer Care

Cancer specialists by your side from initial diagnosis all the way to remission.

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Heart & Vascular Care

Our Heart Institute provides excellent patient experience partnered with advanced technology.

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Our patients receive the best outcomes for the most complex head, neck, and spine conditions.

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Primary Care

Expert care for you and your family so you can stay well during every phase of life.

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Other Specialties

Other Specialties

Our network of providers and specialists are here for you when you need them most.

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Latest news from CHI St. Vincent North


Advancements in Brain Tumor Treatment

Diagnosed in approximately 25,000 adults in the United States each year, the words “brain tumor” can be frightening for many patients to hear. A brain tumor is a mass of tissue formed by abnormal cells and symptoms can vary depending on its size, type and location.

“It could be inside the brain tissue, it could be on the surface of the brain or sometimes it even could be coming from somewhere else in the body to the brain,” said Dr. Ali Krisht, director of the CHI St. Vincent Arkansas Neuroscience Institute.

Brain tumors are often classified as benign or malignant, but even a benign tumor can lead to serious issues depending on its location and how it affects other areas of the body. Although brain tumors can still be life-threatening, advanced treatments have allowed Dr. Krisht and other neurosurgeons to be more aggressive in their approach.

“Nowadays, compared to 40 or 50 years ago, we’re way advanced,” Dr. Krisht said. “We can, in detail, know exactly where the tumor is and we can map it.”

Surgery is the most common treatment for brain tumors, while chemotherapy and radiation may also be used to shrink or kill the tumor or any remaining cancer cells. Dr. Krisht and the team at the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute believe that no brain tumor is inoperable.

“There is no tumor, at least in our clinic and our program, that goes untreated,” he said. “We never give up on a patient. If there is a way, we can safely remove it and we’re going to chase it.”

Led by Dr. Krisht, the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute is a comprehensive program incorporating all aspects of neurosurgery and the spectrum of neurological disorders. The team of experts are specialists in skull-base surgery, vascular neurosurgery, neuro-oncology, spine and spinal cord surgery, epilepsy surgery and surgery for movement disorders.





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