Bridgeway 21 Bridgeway Road
North Little Rock, AR 72113

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About Bridgeway

Bridgeway is a Hospital facility at 21 Bridgeway Road in North Little Rock, AR.
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Practice Bridgeway
Services Bridgeway is a Hospital, clinic, emergency, medicine, doctor, ER, ICU, hospital room, hospital ward, nurse, doctor, physician, treatment facility

Please call Bridgeway at (501) 771-1500 to schedule an appointment in North Little Rock, AR or get more information.
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by Anonymous
Did this provider answer all of your questions?
Did this provider ever take personal phone calls while in the appointment room with you?
No, they've never taken personal calls with me
Does this provider always take that extra step to make you feel special?
Not really, I've never seen them go above and beyond
Was the waiting area spacious?
Did you experience unnecessary pain during your visit?
by Anonymous
They ignored my questions about my son, who was 19, and locked my son up for 3 days with no access to a Doctor until the 3rd day, a Monday. Once he was locked in the building their staff was not friendly at all, I was not welcome there and my son didn't feel welcome either. I tried to get him out that first night after they told him he couldn’t leave and I was stonewalled. He was there to find a Doctor to talk to once a week. I was told he would see a Doctor every day, which isn’t true, the Doctor came on day 3, he only saw the nurse through-out the weekend. Do not go to the free session and do not sign any paperwork if you do. If you send your child, yes 19th is not an adult even thou the law says so, then make sure as parents you go with them and do not allow them to sign any papers without you reading the paperwork and do not send you insurance card. The free session was pointless and once they found out he had an insurance card they locked him up for 3 days, the maximum amount of time by law. None of mine or his questions were answered, nothing was accomplished. He was traumatized while being locked up with several crazy people as he puts it, and he felt worse when he was discharged, more mad then anything. On Monday he saw a Doctor for 5 to 10 minutes, of course he is not welling to talk to the Doctor after the long weekend for fear of being locked up even longer, so the Doctor released him. As a parent paying the bills with a high deductible the people at the BridgeWay had better be willing to answer questions why their son has been locked up, before they are locked up. They do not list any contact information on their web site for complaints either. They see you have insurance while trying to say they are covering their butts from a law suite and get you in the building and lock the doors!
by Mad Parent