The Hot Springs area is well-served by two major acute care hospitals, a century-old specialty hospital, over 75 primary care physicians and a full range of specialists.

CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs has more than 300 licensed beds and a state-of-the-art critical and emergency care. Specialists in cardiovascular, neurosurgical, oncology, orthopedic, general surgical and urology services provide comprehensive care to patients from Hot Springs and the surrounding region. The hospital also has a Level 2 Trauma Center designation and has an extensive network of primary care and specialty clinics.

National Park Medical Center is a 166-bed acute care facility that provides service to a five-county area. The facility, accredited by The Joint Commission, provides a wide range of services, including The Heart and Vascular Center, Digital Mammography Services, Center for Sleep Disorders, Rehabilitation, ICU, Emergency Services, Diagnostic Imaging Services, Physical Therapy, Outpatient Services, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Pediatrics, The Family Maternity Center, Home Healthcare, Medical and Surgical Nursing Units and a Skilled Nursing Facility.

Levi Hospital opened its doors in 1914 and is licensed as a Surgery and General Medical Care Hospital for 81 beds offering services such as outpatient physical rehabilitation (providing physical therapy, occupational therapy and sports medicine), an arthritis treatment clinic, X-Ray, laboratory, osteoporosis testing and treatment, inpatient adult psychiatric services and an intensive outpatient psychiatric program.