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The women’s health team at ARC Medical Park Tower is expanding. New Ob/Gyn, Dr. Crystal Berry-Roberts, said she chose her field of medicine so that she can assist women throughout their lives. “A woman’s well-being is just as important as the people they take care of everyday – a happy and healthy mom makes for a happy and healthy family.”
Dr. Berry-Roberts is currently accepting new patients at ARC Medical Park Tower. Request an appointment online or call us at 512-272-4636.
By now, everyone has heard of Ebola. When the first patient in America was diagnosed in Dallas, Texas at the end of September, it was followed by a media fury that continued every day since. Yet, with the intense scrutiny came several un-truths (‘gossip’). Here are 3 myths debunked.
In our commitment to the health and safety of the community and our health care workers, Austin Regional Clinic has established Ebola protocols for our staff, nurses, and physicians to follow. Our staff is trained and prepared to take care of patients with a variety of infectious diseases including Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).
Mobility is the key ingredient to remaining active and independent. Thanks to our Physical Therapists, thousands of Central Texans have had their mobility restored and are now back doing the activities they love. During National Physical Therapy month, we celebrate what they do to keep Austin healthy.
The Obstetrics and Gynecology team at ARC Medical Park Tower is growing! Jayme Evans, DO, a native Texan, says she chose the Ob/Gyn field because she feels strongly that a woman should be able to develop a trusting relationship with her doctor.
Dr. Evans is currently accepting new patients at ARC Medical Park Tower at 1301 W 38th Street. You can request an appointment online or call us at 512-272-4636.
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women. The good news is that most women will survive the disease if it’s discovered and treated early. During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ARC encourages you to talk to your doctor about breast cancer and its risk factors.
The flu is nothing to sneeze at. Aches and pains caused from fever and other flu symptoms will land you in bed for days, leading to lost days of work or school. What is the number one thing you can do to prevent from getting sick? Get vaccinated! ARC offers flu shots and FluMist® across Central Texas, visit a flu clinic today.
According to the American Academy of Audiology, 36 million Americans suffer from hearing loss and more than half are younger than age 65. In observance of October National Audiology Awareness and Protect Your Hearing Month, we’re offering tips and tools that you can use this month- including during the ACL music festival! - and every month.
ARC staff and leadership, Ambassadors from the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce, and executives from Seton Healthcare Family were on hand Friday morning, September 26, for a ribbon-cutting to formally welcome ARC Summit as the newest clinic in our organization.
New ARC Far West physician, Afreen Khan, MD, says that she chose Family Medicine because of the opportunity to connect with patients on a level different from most other specialties. Read more about the newest addition to the ARC Far West team.
Dr. Khan is currently accepting new patients at ARC Far West. You can request an appointment online or call us at 512-272-4636.
Hans Bengtson, MD, ARC Pain Medicine Specialist, provided his #1 health tip during Pain Awareness Month (September)—listen to your body. “Pain is its way of alerting you to a problem. Don’t suffer through it.” Communicate with your doctor to manage and treat your pain.
Internists Amy Siegel, MD, and Sean Coughlin, MD, have recently joined ARC’s new Wilson Parke location in the Four Points region of Austin, Texas. Click here to learn more about how they take advantage of Austin’s active lifestyle.