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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve and more cases are confirmed, Baptist Health FCU is taking significant steps to protect the health, well-being and safety of our members and employees. In an effort to help limit the spread of this virus, EFFECTIVE Friday, March 20th, we will close all our lobbies to member and vendor traffic, including our branches in Little Rock and North Little Rock, until further notice. However, our drive thru located at 9000 Kanis Rd, Little Rock will be open with no changes to our current business hours. (M, T, T, F, 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM and 9:00 am to 5:00 PM Wed.)

Beginning Friday, for all transactions that cannot occur by the drive thru, phone or on-line, you can call 501-202-2373 to schedule an appointment with one of our loan officers or member service representatives. You can also contact us by email at .

We will continue to monitor and follow the protocol and guidance of the CDC and our local, state, and national government and will update you through our website, , Facebook, Twitter and e-mail as the situation evolves over the coming days.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause you, but we have many free electronic services in place to allow you to transact business anytime, anywhere.

  • Online:
  • Our mobile Apps are available on the App store and Google Play
  • Telephone Teller: 501-202-2373 or toll free 800-604-6802
  • Nationwide surcharge free ATMs through the Money Pass network
  • Direct Deposit of your Paycheck/government benefits 
  • Remote Deposit of Checks Using our Mobile App 
  • Bill Pay  

You can still apply for loans and credit union membership on-line, by phone or fax.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during these uncertain times. Please understand that we will do everything we possibly can to provide the great service that you have come to expect from Baptist Health FCU. Thank you for being a member of Baptist Health Federal Credit Union and remember, we are stronger together. 

Stay well, remain calm and God bless.


Mike Gorman, President/CEO