About the Museum

The museum was founded in 1994 by Dr. Harold Boyer, the son of Dr. Herbert Boyer, to honor his father and other Arkansas country doctors for their heroism, selfless service and unique contributions to the people and history of Arkansas.

The museum is the second country doctor museum in the United States. Our mission is to honor, preserve and educate about the history and heroism of country doctors in Arkansas, the unique history and culture of the Ozark area, and the history of medical theory and practice. Located just 6 miles from the Prairie Grove Civil War Battlefield Park and Museum and 18 miles west of Fayetteville, the Arkansas Country Doctor Museum is an excellent choice for your itinerary when you visit Northwest Arkansas.

The Arkansas Country Doctor Museum is a member of the Arkansas Museums Association.

President – Amanda Jo Lee
V. President – Tony Hager
Secretary – Aundra Glaspie
Treasurer – Mike Allen

We extend you a cordial invitation to become a member, or renew your membership, in this non-profit organization. Membership year runs from Nov. 1 through Oct. 31.

Your participation will assist in enriching the Arkansas Country Doctor Museum’s programs and preserving the heritage of the country doctor. We are most grateful for your support!

Annual membership dues:

Individual, $10
Family, $15
Patrons, $50
Sponsors, $100+
Benefactors, $250+
Guardians, $500+
Major Endowment, $1000+

Make your check payable to the Arkansas Country Doctor Museum and mail it to the address below:
Arkansas Country Doctor Museum
P.O. Box 1004
Lincoln AR 72744