St. Bernards Launches St. Bernards Go Virtual Care

New telehealth service allows patients to connect with a provider on the go

JONESBORO, Ark. – This month, St. Bernards launched a virtual care program called St. Bernards Go. Anyone in the state of Arkansas can download the St. Bernards Go app or go to to connect with a provider in Jonesboro in minutes.

This service allows the patient to see a provider from the convenience of the patient’s home, office or anywhere in Arkansas. St. Bernards is the only health system in the area with this new service.

St. Bernards Go can be used to treat a variety of conditions including allergies, common cold, cough, pink eye, fever, flu-like symptoms, nausea, vomiting, insect bites, sore throat, urinary tract infection, to name a few. After the online visit, the provider can diagnose, suggest follow up and prescribe medication, as appropriate.

Providers available through St. Bernards Go are medical doctors and advance practice registered nurses and are trained in urgent care. All providers are based in Jonesboro.

“Launching St. Bernards Go is another step in our ongoing commitment to make healthcare in northeast Arkansas as accessible and convenient as possible,” said Chris Barber, president and CEO of St. Bernards Healthcare. “With healthcare costs rising across the nation, we believe this is a program with the potential to assist patients and lower costs by providing access to early intervention and prevention.”

Here’s how it works:

  • Download the St. Bernards Go: Virtual Care App
  • Choose a provider
  • Get medical care in minutes

The provider at St. Bernards will have safe and secure access to patient information, and the interaction automatically creates a record that can be shared with a primary care provider or other specialist.

For more information or to schedule a visit, go to or download the St. Bernards Go app.

St. Bernards Healthcare, a non-profit health system based in Northeast Arkansas, serves as the corporate parent of a number of healthcare entities, including the largest hospital in the region, St. Bernards Medical Center, a 438-bed acute care hospital that serves as a regional referral center for 23 counties in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. It is the only Level III Trauma Center in the region, includes a brand new four-story surgical and intensive care services tower, houses the only Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the eastern part of Arkansas and has served as the trusted provider of comprehensive, compassionate healthcare services for 119 years. For more information, please visit or call the St. Bernards Healthline at 870.207.7300.

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