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Austin Regional Clinic is currently conducting a patient satisfaction survey of all our doctors and providers through the end of April. Management Technology Consultants (MTC), a professional telephone survey firm, is conducting this survey on our behalf. If you are contacted to complete this survey, we thank you in advance for your honest feedback.
ARC launched an interactive timeline to our website this week to celebrate 35 years of accessible, reliable, and convenient care to the community. Go back with us to see when your clinic opened, when we introduced our After Hours Care,hint- look in 1982, and all those times we expanded! Enjoy this look back with us.
If you are having a baby or planning on growing your family, we invite you to meet our pediatrician at ARC Wilson Parke in the Four Points Area.
Date: April 21, 2015 Time: 5:30 pm RSVP: 737-247-7200
If you are having a baby or planning on growing your family, we invite you to meet our pediatrician at ARC Far West.
Please RSVP by calling the clinic.
ARC Far WestDate: April 21, 2015 Time: 12:00 pm 6835 Austin Center Blvd Austin, TX 78731RSVP: 512-346-6611
The rise of e-cigarettes usage among adolescents is troubling. Teens do not understand the power of nicotine addiction, says ARC Pediatrician, Dr. Charity Jackson. Read her letter to parents about the harms of e-cigarettes and why there is too much at risk to wait to talk to your kids.
A recent study published in the medical journal, Pediatrics, suggests that drinking depicted in film may influence early alcohol use, binge drinking, and other alcohol-related problems among teens. Dr. Maria Scranton, ARC Pediatrician, discussed the study with KLBJ News Radio.
This month ARC launches a new series of videos featuring physicians who joined ARC last year. These short videos allow patients to “meet” the doctor and gain a little insight into their practice philosophies and even their personal lives. You can watch the videos on each physician’s bio page on our web site to help you make an informed decision when choosing a new doctor.
Colon cancer is the most preventable, yet least prevented cancer in the US. ARC is taking steps to ensure patients get the screening they need to prevent such a devastating disease by testing an FDA-approved home colon cancer screening kit called Cologuard with ARC Medical Home patients.
ARC’s new telehealth service for employers, called eMD Access, will launch in April. The program aims to improve access to care while also lowering healthcare costs. Dr. Jacob Childers, ARC Family Medicine physician, discussed the new program with KLBJ News Radio. Click here to learn more.
The sneezing, wheezing and itchy eyes are a constant battle for most Central Texans. ARC Allergist, Dr. Kelly Simpson, will be discussing allergies, sharing tactics for relieving symptoms and taking questions from the public on KLBJ News Radio, Sunday March 29 from 4 to 5 p.m.
ARC Pediatrician, Dr. Kimberly Avila Edwards, recently testified at the Texas State Capitol in support of House Bill 465, which requests strategic changes to the Texas Immunization Registry, known as ImmTrac. If it passes, the hope is to build a more robust vaccine registry, including maintaining records until age 26.
ARC pediatrician Dr. Elizabeth Knapp discusses the recent ‘peanut study’ published in the New England Journal of Medicine as well as tips for introducing new possible allergen foods to babies with the Austin American-Statesman.
In the latest ARC Healthcare Minute on KLBJ-AM 590 radio, Dr. Amy Mullin, ARC Audiologist, shares tips on how to prevent hearing damage.