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Crye-Leike opens Fayetteville branch

Crye-Leike Real Estate Services opened an office at 3484 W. Wedington Drive, Suite 5, Fayetteville. This is Crye-Leike's second Fayetteville branch.

Brandon Irvine was named managing broker for the office. He is a member of the National Association of Realtors and has earned the Military Relocation Professional designation.

Hospital forms urgent care partnership

Washington Regional and Urgent Team family of urgent care and walk-in centers entered a partnership, which will create a branded network of walk-in urgent and family care centers throughout Northwest Arkansas.

The partnership intends to operate centers in Bentonville, Harrison, Rogers, Springdale and Fayetteville.

Most Washington Regional Urgent Care centers will be open seven days a week and provide treatment for injuries, illnesses and conditions that are urgent, but non-life threatening. Walk-ins will be welcome or for added convenience, patients will be able to schedule a same day or next day appointment online. Most insurance plans, including TRICARE, Medicare and Medicaid, as well as cash and credit cards, are accepted.

Urgent Team Family of Centers will soon have more than 60 centers in five states.

Ground broken on youth fitness facility

The Arkansas Athletes Outreach broke ground in May on a 10-acre youth sport and fitness complex at Dixieland Road and Pleasant Grove Road in Rogers. The Whitaker Family Sports Center facility will be in addition to the current location in Fayetteville.

The 53,000-square-foot indoor sports center will be divided into two main sections.

A 37,000-square-foot area will have four hardwood courts, two which will be mini-arena size courts. Each hardwood court is high school regulation size. Programs will include sport skill training, camps, leagues, team practices and tournaments.

The other section is a 16,000-square-foot Fieldhouse for Fitness and Performance Training. D1 Fitness and Training will conduct all the fitness programs for youth, scholastic athletes and adults. The Fieldhouse will have an indoor artificial turf field, weight room and locker room.

Mercy Sports Medicine will have a physical therapy clinic located inside the complex.

The site will also have two outdoor football regulation size athletic fields.

John Brown University renames clinic

John Brown University renamed its Care Clinic to the Community Counseling Clinic and will charge a flexible flat rate of $15 per session.

The clinic works in conjunction with the school's graduate counseling program to train students to become licensed counselors through experiential learning. Under the supervision of licensed professors and staff, each student will work with community members through issues that include depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, marital and relationship issues and challenges facing children.

The clinic serves adults, children, couples and families in two clinics in Little Rock and Siloam Springs.

The clinic's fees were previously set on a sliding scale that ranged from $0 to $40 per session, depending on the client's income. The flexible, flat-rate pricing of $15 per session simplifies payment for the client and ensures clients are not denied service and have the flexibility to pay as little as $1 per session.

The clinic also added staff to oversee all procedures and policies, and address emergent clinical issues.

Briefs are for businesses in Northwest Arkansas that are new, have moved or closed, opened a new branch, changed .owners or have been honored by an independent organization. Email items to cswanson@nwadg.com. Information will be published as space allows.

SundayMonday Business on 08/04/2019

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