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Arkansas Country Doctor Museum

109 North Starr Avenue
479-824-4307


Mission Statement:

The Arkansas Country Doctor Museum's mission is to honor, preserve and educate the public about the history and heroism of country doctors in Arkansas, the unique history and culture of the Ozark area, and the history of medical theory and practice.



Reviews

Neo Hermitess

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Monday, June 4, 2018
I was absolutely blown away by the size and quality if the collections here! This is a true hidden gem of Northwest Arkansas. The museum is extensive, and includes displays with real period equipment in the areas of Optometry, Dentistry, Surgery, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Pharmacy, General Practice, Herbal medicine, Prosthetics, and even has a working iron lung(!!!!). There is also a working Model T ford and studebaker buggy, and an enormous salt and pepper shaker collection, ...some of the ladies here have memories of one of the doctors and can tell you first person stories about him and his life! Lastly, it houses a HUGE amount of extensive research into Arkansan country doctors, as well as antique and vintage medical volumes that could be of great use to students of medicine or history...can't reccommend enough! Give yourself at least an hour to see it all!!

ROLEN BEATS fl studio producer

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Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018
This is a great place to see horsitc marks about science and metheods used to treat illnesses back in the day. I highly recommend it. The lady's love giving tours. And it is very inspiring to see 50+ years of change

Anthony Terranova

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Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016
What a terrific little gem. You are greeted by a warm friendly staff. Given a guided tour of an original country doctors home and facility. This museum is filled with medical arts treasures dating back to when Arkansas was still a territory and before. There are also many family treasures belonging to several doctors who practiced here as well. Much respect and information is provided for many country doctors who with great self sacrifice provided care to many people who couldn't afford it. Great afternoon visit. Say hi to Karen and Jerry.

Michael Dillingham

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Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017

Tim Ivers

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Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017

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