Sevier County Medical Center has broken ground in De Queen, Ark. The 42,000-square-foot facility will replace the former De Queen Medical Center, which closed last year due to financial issues, according to an article in Texarkana News.

Situated on 18 acres, the Sevier County Medical Center will feature 12 inpatient beds, an outpatient rehabilitation facility, telemedicine services, and five negative-pressure rooms.

Completion is slated for spring 2022.