Street Joins WRMC Medical Complex


Cherokee Village, Ark.)--Gary Bebow, White River Health System (WRHS) Administrator/CEO has announced that James Mack Street will join the White River Medical Center (WRMC) Medical Complex (formerly the WRMC North Complex) as facility administrator. He began on October 1.

As facility administrator of the WRMC Medical Complex, Street will serve as a representative to the residents of Sharp County, being a liaison between the Complex and the community. “We offer many great services at the WRMC Medical Complex, and we just want to ensure that people are aware of what we can do for them,” said Street.

He will also take training which will certify him to educate the public on the health exchange and assist them with enrolling in an insurance plan.

Street obtained a Bachelor of Economics and Business Administration from Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas.

“The WRMC Medical Complex is a treasure in Sharp County,” he said. “Having medical services close to home is critical. As a resident of Sharp County myself, I am thankful that I can utilize such a great facility so close to home.”

Street has been a Sharp County resident for over 40 years. He has spent all of those years as a career banker, and currently operates a cattle farm. Throughout his years in Sharp County, Street has been heavily involved in many community organizations. He is the President of the Sharp County Fair Association, was one of the founders of the popular Cave City Watermelon Festival, and has been president of the Cave City Chamber of Commerce. At WRHS, he served as a member on the Board of Directors for 22 years, where he was involved in establishing the continued expansion of the WRMC Medical Complex. He has been treasurer of the WRHS Board of Directors since January. He has also served as both member and chairman of the Audit, Finance, and Long-Range Planning committees. Additionally, he is a member of the Board of Governors for the Arkansas State Fair and has served as President of the Community Banks Association for two years.                

“As a well-established member of the community, James Mack Street will be a great representative for the WRMC Medical Complex,” said Bebow. “He has been faithful to WRHS and the Sharp County community for many years, and we are confident that his dedication to both will lead to positive results for all.”

James Mack and his wife Marcia Chaudoin Street reside in Cave City. Together, they have three children, Marc, Jessica, and Timothy. They also have two grandchildren and one on the way.

The WRMC Medical Complex is a comprehensive outpatient facility in Cherokee Village that offers an array of services including three Primary Care Clinics, WRMC PROS (Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy), Imaging Services, Endoscopy, a reference lab, and an Urgent Care Clinic, which provides after hours care. Additionally, visiting specialists in Cardiology, General Surgery, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Pain Management, Podiatry, Urology, and Wound Care routinely see patients at the WRMC Medical Complex. To contact the clinic, call (870) 257-6040.