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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.
Austin Regional Clinic is excited to introduce our new secure online appointment request system making scheduling appointments for you and your family quicker and easier than before.
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.
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer related deaths in the U.S. As part of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, take a moment to learn the facts about this deadly illness. It could be lifesaving.
In the latest ARC Healthcare Minute on KLBJ-AM 590 radio, Dr. Amy Mullin, ARC Audiologist, shares tips on how to prevent hearing damage.
Starting this spring, some Austin employees will be able to skip a trip to the doctor’s office or emergency room thanks to our new telehealth service, eMD Access. With eMD Access, Central Texas companies can offer their employees 24/7 access to an ARC doctor via secure text messaging or video chat. Learn more.
Amplify Austin is this week, March 5 and 6! Don’t miss this opportunity to give where you live!
Dr. Angela Gibson, new Director of Urgent Care Services at ARC Kyle Plum Creek, says her love of medicine was passed down to her by her mother, a nurse. Read more about Dr. Gibson and her number one health tip for patients.
ARC’s effort to reduce the burden of high blood pressure is working. We have the numbers to prove it. There is no better time to celebrate this heart healthy achievement than during February heart month.
Heading to the gym during flu season? Make sure to follow these tips to keep germs at bay.
During February, American Heart Month, we often spend time discussing the importance of maintaining a healthy heart. Heart disease is a major public health issue that devastates communities and families, yet, there are ways to prevent it. What steps can you take to reduce your risk? Follow these five heart healthy rules.