Late Friday night, December 18, 2015 firefighters responded to a fire at The Breast Center and Renaissance Women’s Healthcare at 55 West Sunbridge Drive in Fayetteville. The facility was closed and no one was hurt.
The attic fire is believed to be electrical. MANA appreciates the Fayetteville Fire Department for their quick response and efforts to save our center and equipment.
While the Bentonville Breast Center is extending operation hours, the Fayetteville Breast Center and Renaissance will be temporarily closed.
“Patient care is our greatest concern,” states Dr. Steven Harms of The Breast Center. “With the availability of our Bentonville office and other area resources we will be able to accommodate patients with urgent needs.”
Dr. Kathleen Paulson and Dr. Mark Pickhardt of Renaissance Women’s Health will continue to provide surgeries at the hospital.
Patient medical records and images were unharmed. “Fortunately medical records and images are all digital and safely stored off site,” explained John Jordin, Chief Information Officer for MANA.
MANA is working to set up an temporary satellite clinics in Washington County for The Breast Center and Renaissance Women’s Health.
Call centers have been set up with the same numbers for both clinics to reschedule urgent appointments at the Bentonville Breast Center or an alternate facility.MANA will be sending out correspondence to patients with more information. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Call Centers are now available during business hours:
- The Breast Center of Northwest Arkansas: 479-442-6266
- Renaissance Women’s Healthcare Partners: 479-582-3366
Communications Contact: Carole Masterson 479-263-3689