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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.
With the holidays just around the corner, overindulgent eating and a side of heartburn are likely on the menu. But, have you ever wondered if your heartburn is just heartburn or something more serious? Click here to learn about Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), a common disorder affecting millions of Americans.
Seventeen Austin Regional Clinic physicians representing seven specialties have been named 2014 Texas Super Doctors by Texas Monthly magazine. Super Doctors®, a selective listing of outstanding doctors from more than 40 medical specialties, identifies top doctors as selected by their peers. Check out who made this year’s list.
John Morrow, MD, ARC Leander family medicine physician, has been honored with the Travis County Medical Society 2014 Humanitarian Award. We are proud that Dr. Morrow’s lifelong commitment to the underserved is being recognized by his peers in this unique and remarkable honor. Congrats!
AUSTIN, Texas – (November 14, 2014) – Austin Regional Clinic has been selected a 2014 Top Workplace by the Austin American-Statesman, a designation voted on by the employees.
Former ARC family medicine physician, Dr. Dewayne Nash, was diagnosed with possible early onset of Alzheimer’s four years ago. He chose to leave medicine and dedicate much of his time to educating the public about the disease. Here are Dr. Nash’s ten steps for helping prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s.
It’s the flu season, a time of year when we see lots of sniffling and coughing. Yet, the flu is just one of several infectious diseases that are ‘going around’. Enterovirus is one such contagion that has many of our patients asking, What is it? And, why is it a health concern? We explain here.
Dr. Josephine Quintanilla-Dieck, new dermatologist at ARC Round Rock, says the most important thing you can do to stay skin healthy is to protect yourself from skin cancer. She offers these skin health tips…
From 1980 through 2011, the number of Americans with diagnosed diabetes has more than tripled. During November, National Diabetes Month, know the facts. You can prevent or delay Type 2 diabetes by understanding your risk and modifying your diet. Click here to read three common myths about the disease.