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ARC After Hours Clinics will open two hours late today at 10:00am due to the inclement weather. If for any reason any of our clinics cannot see a patient for an already scheduled appointment, clinic staff will call to notify the patient. Patients may receive calls from clinic staff from non-ARC phone lines. We encourage all of our patients and employees to be safe.
A measles outbreak that started in Disneyland, California has now spread to more than 100 cases in 14 U.S. states as well as Mexico. There are many concerns circulating about this virus. We’ve answered some of the most common questions about measles and the vaccine here.
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.
If you are having a baby or planning on growing your family, we invite you to meet our pediatricians at ARC Southwest.
Date: March 3, 2015 Time: 5:30 pm RSVP: 512-282-8967
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.
How dangerous is measles? Why are we seeing cases now? How do I protect my family? ARC pediatrician, Dr. Kimberly Avila Edwards, sat down with KVUE-TV to answer these and other questions from viewers.
Cigna is the latest health insurance company to join ARC’s Medical Home, a patient-centered care model that coordinates care and communication around a patient’s needs to maintain and improve health, and lower cost. With the addition of Cigna patients, the ARC program now serves 140,000 people. Learn more about the Medical Home.
During the holidays, families are usually at home which reduces the chance of spreading or catching the flu, said ARC Pediatrician, Dr. Andrew Cavanagh in an interview with KXAN-TV. Yet, as children return to school, the chance of flu spreading increases. What can you do? Check out these 3 tips for getting through flu season.
ARC Kyle Plum Creek now offers primary care on all weekday evenings and on weekends in our After Hours Clinic! Same-day appointments are now available from 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Friday, and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for adults and children.
Is our smartphone culture creating distracted parents? The Austin American-Statesman discussed this topic with Dr. Serena Hon, Family Medicine physician at ARC Wilson Parke. Click here to read why we hope more parents resolve this year to put their phones down.