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With ARC Same-Day Care, you and your family can be seen by doctors and nurses when you need to be seen. Learn more about Dr. Victoria Flores, the newest member of our ARC Southwest Same-Day Care team…
If you are having a baby or planning on growing your family, we invite you to meet our pediatricians at ARC Southwest.
Date: February 3, 2015 Time: 5:30 pm RSVP: 512-282-8967
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.
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.
The newest pediatrician to join ARC South 1st Specialty, Dr. Jennifer Christensen, considers herself an islander, having grown up in the Pacific Islands of Tonga, Samoa and Hawaii. While Austin, TX, her hometown for many years, is not an island, it offers the perfect combination for her other two loves… Click here to read more.
Danielle M. calls Anderson Mill Pediatrician Ky Nguyen the “silver lining” in her 12-year old son’s health ordeal. She thanks Dr. Nguyen for his exemplary skill and knowledge as well as for remaining consistently accessible, compassionate, and communicative during her son’s 17 ½ week illness.
As parents send their children back to school following the winter holiday break, the risk of their children catching the flu is at the front of their minds. What can parents do to prevent their kids from getting sick? Dr. Marc Zook, Family Medicine physician at ARC Wilson Parke, discusses these questions with KVUE…
Jay R. Zdunek, DO, MBA, has joined Austin Regional Clinic as a new Senior Medical Director of Primary Care. Dr. Zdunek joins Russ Krienke, MD, ARC Chief Medical Officer, in supporting ARC physicians in Family Medicine and Internal Medicine, and with new ARC business ventures.
Although she was born in Brownsville, Texas, you’ll likely catch new pediatrician Dr. Anupama Lakshmikanth (“Dr. Lash” to her patients and colleagues) wearing burnt orange. One of her favorite local places is the University of Texas at Austin campus (HOOK 'EM). Click here to learn more about ARC Far West’s newest pediatrician.
While new family medicine physician, Dr. Margaret “Molly” Gilmore, attended Texas Tech for medical school, you’ll most often find her wearing burnt orange. Click here to learn more about Dr. Gilmore.
New family medicine physician, Dr. Brady Luttrell, keeps his health advice to patients simple, “Eat right and exercise daily and you won’t have to see me nearly as much.” To learn more about Dr. Luttrell, click here.
The latest results from our Measure Up/Pressure Down high blood pressure initiative are outstanding! The data indicates that ARC patients have made great strides in managing their blood pressure—exceeding the national average. Congratulations to our patients, providers and staff. Click here to read the update.