Berryville

Together we can touch more lives. Save more lives. And improve more lives.

Who We Are

Through collaborative partnerships,
Mercy Health Foundation impacts the flourishing of our communities by inviting into our ministry those who have a passion to improve quality of life and make care accessible for all.

Mercy was founded in gratitude.

When a young Irish woman named Catherine McAuley received an unexpected inheritance, she gave thanks to God and her benefactor. Catherine used those funds to open the first house of Mercy, serving impoverished women and children in Dublin. Catherine founded the Sisters of Mercy, a new kind of religious community – one that lived outside cloistered walls. The sisters were known as the “walking Sisters” because of their willingness to go out and serve the community.

The Sisters of Mercy arrived in Arkansas in 1851 and their mission continues today at Mercy Hospital Berryville. Mercy Health Foundation Berryville supports the hospital by enhancing patient programs, funding life-saving equipment and supporting capital projects.

Catherine’s legacy lives on through the generous gifts of donors like you. Gifts to Mercy Health Foundation Jefferson support critical projects in this community. That’s right. Every dollar you give advances health care right here at home.

Patients in and around Berryville should be able to access health care services conveniently and confidently. With your help, Mercy Health Foundation Berryville supports telemedicine programs that use technology to break through geographic barriers, allowing patients in rural communities to have access to primary and specialty care. Recent funding of new surgical gurneys, an EKG machine for respiratory therapy, telemetry monitors for cardiac rehabilitation and a new stress test machine demonstrate the Foundation’s commitment to supporting cutting-edge diagnostic and treatment options.

Your gifts help treat the most challenging diseases while keeping patients close to home.

Grateful Families

Mercy patients and their families often want to say “thanks” in some special way for the exceptional care they received. Our Grateful Families program is one way to express gratitude while helping share the gift of healing with others. Learn more.

Black and White Charity Ball

We hope to see you at the 16th annual Black and White Charity Ball on February 9, 2019. Your support of this not-to-be-missed social event will help us continue to enhance programs, services and patient care at Mercy Hospital Berryville.

Quick News

Mercy Named Top Five Health Care System in the U.S. by Watson Health 15 Top Health Systems three years in a row. Read more.

Berryville Staff and Board of Directors

Meet the Mercy Health Foundation Berryville team and Board of Directors

Staff and Board of Directors