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To honor, preserve and educate the general public about the interesting history and brave act of heroism of the country doctors in Arkansas is the Arkansas Country Doctor Museum?s mission and to share the diverse history and culture of the Ozark area and the history of medical theories and practices.

The Arkansas Country Doctor Museum is on an eleven-room combined house, office and four-bed clinic used by three physicians from 1936 until 1973. The museum has a wide collection of vintage medical equipment and a Hall of Honor featuring notable pioneer-area physicians and their charity works to patients in the community. An educational house and a carriage house that holds an 1886 Studebaker horse-drawn buggy used by a country doctor to make house calls until 1920 and many more.

The Museum holds a wide collection of video interview featuring recollections of bygone angles of medicine, nursing and pharmacy. Constructed in 2004, the Harold L. Boyer Educational Building offers educational activities and programs to introduce area students with the challenge of diseases and how they affect patients and healthcare providers.
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