• Cancer Screenings Put You in Control of Your Health

      Cancer Screenings Put You in Control of Your Health

      August 18, 2015

      According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is expected to cause about 50,000 deaths this year. Austin Regional Clinic invites you to participate in a nationwide study to detect stool DNA markers associated with colon cancer. Read more.

    • Knema Rezaei Bazazizad, MD - Family Medicine

      New ARC Southwest Doc Shares Favorite Health Resources

      August 14, 2015

      ARC Southwest’s newest Pediatric physician, Knema Rezaei Bazazizad, MD, or “Dr. Rezaei”, says he chose his specialty in the hopes of equipping his young patients to prevent injury and illness as they enter adulthood. Learn about the two resources he regularly recommends to patients.

    • See You at the Movies!

      August 11, 2015

      ARC is on the big screen! If you are catching a movie at Moviehouse & Eatery Trails at 620, we’ll see you there. Our big-screen debut features a family of three out for a night at the movies—when Mom gets a tug on her shirt. Watch the video above to find out what happens next.

    • Dr. Michael de Lota - Family Medicine

      For New ARC Doctor, Helping Others is a Privilege

      August 10, 2015

      A passion for helping others runs in the family for Austin Regional Clinic’s newest family medicine physician, Dr. Michael de Lota. From his father, a now-retired anesthesiologist, and mother, a registered nurse, Dr. de Lota learned that helping others is a privilege. Read more about why he chose Family Medicine.

    • Flu shot - Flu clinic

      Flu vaccine is on its way to ARC

      August 05, 2015

      Austin Regional Clinic is scheduled to receive our first shipment of flu vaccine in September, and we will begin scheduling flu clinics in mid-September. Read on for more information.

    • Healthe-Notes - July 2015

      Just for you – ARC Healthe-Notes at your fingertips!

      July 30, 2015

      Just for you – a quick glimpse of what’s new and exciting at ARC! Healthe-Notes has stories about ways we’re improving your health care and making your life easier, plus news about ARC’s 35th anniversary. Read on and enjoy!

    • Fifth’s Disease - Human Parvovirus B19

      What’s Going Around: Fifth Disease

      July 23, 2015

      There are several ailments ARC pediatricians consistently see throughout the year among their toddler-age patients. One of these is called Fifth Disease. What is it? How is it treated? And when do you need to call the doctor? ARC Pediatrician, Dr. Anupama Lakshmikanth, answers some of your most commonly asked questions.

    • Welcome ARC General Surgeon Christopher Bailey

      Newest ARC General Surgeon Has a Passion For Fixing

      July 21, 2015

      ARC general surgeon, Dr. Christopher William Bailey, has always had a passion for fixing. When not helping repair his patients’ ailments, you might find Dr. Bailey working on his 1971 GMC Jimmy. Find out more about our newest physician and former U.S Navy general surgeon…

    • Bravo to All of Our “Rising Stars” Super Docs!

      July 06, 2015

      Nine ARC physicians representing six specialties are featured in the July, 2015, issue of Texas Monthly in its list of Texas Super Doctors: Rising Stars Edition 2015. We are proud of our nine ‘rising stars’ who are receiving this special, well-earned recognition from their colleagues. Bravo! See the list of doctors.

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      Check-In Kiosk, Now Out at ARC Southwest

      August 24, 2015

      ARC Southwest is the latest ARC location to offer “Welcome Kiosks”, freestanding technology that offers patients another option for checking in, making payments and/or updating personal information. Read more about this unique patient convenience.

    • ARC Diabetic Patients to Benefit From New Eye Screening Technology

      August 19, 2015

      ARC has installed eye screening telemedicine technology at three of its locations to help prevent the eye disease known as diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness among U.S. adults. The goal is simple…identify disease symptoms early and prevent blindness by making it convenient for patients to access eye screenings. It’s what’s right for our patients.

    • Dr. Shana E. Godfred-Cato, Pediatrician

      New ARC Kyle Plum Creek Pediatrician Hails From Alaska

      August 18, 2015

      ARC Kyle Plum Creek’s newest pediatrician, Shana M. Godfred-Cato, DO grew an interest in pediatrics in elementary school in her hometown of Anchorage, Alaska. Read more about what drives her passion for pediatrics.

    • Cancer Screenings Put You in Control of Your Health

      Cancer Screenings Put You in Control of Your Health

      August 18, 2015

      According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is expected to cause about 50,000 deaths this year. Austin Regional Clinic invites you to participate in a nationwide study to detect stool DNA markers associated with colon cancer. Read more.

    • Knema Rezaei Bazazizad, MD - Family Medicine

      New ARC Southwest Doc Shares Favorite Health Resources

      August 14, 2015

      ARC Southwest’s newest Pediatric physician, Knema Rezaei Bazazizad, MD, or “Dr. Rezaei”, says he chose his specialty in the hopes of equipping his young patients to prevent injury and illness as they enter adulthood. Learn about the two resources he regularly recommends to patients.

    • See You at the Movies!

      August 11, 2015

      ARC is on the big screen! If you are catching a movie at Moviehouse & Eatery Trails at 620, we’ll see you there. Our big-screen debut features a family of three out for a night at the movies—when Mom gets a tug on her shirt. Watch the video above to find out what happens next.

    • Dr. Michael de Lota - Family Medicine

      For New ARC Doctor, Helping Others is a Privilege

      August 10, 2015

      A passion for helping others runs in the family for Austin Regional Clinic’s newest family medicine physician, Dr. Michael de Lota. From his father, a now-retired anesthesiologist, and mother, a registered nurse, Dr. de Lota learned that helping others is a privilege. Read more about why he chose Family Medicine.

    • Flu shot - Flu clinic

      Flu vaccine is on its way to ARC

      August 05, 2015

      Austin Regional Clinic is scheduled to receive our first shipment of flu vaccine in September, and we will begin scheduling flu clinics in mid-September. Read on for more information.

    • Healthe-Notes - July 2015

      Just for you – ARC Healthe-Notes at your fingertips!

      July 30, 2015

      Just for you – a quick glimpse of what’s new and exciting at ARC! Healthe-Notes has stories about ways we’re improving your health care and making your life easier, plus news about ARC’s 35th anniversary. Read on and enjoy!

    • Fifth’s Disease - Human Parvovirus B19

      What’s Going Around: Fifth Disease

      July 23, 2015

      There are several ailments ARC pediatricians consistently see throughout the year among their toddler-age patients. One of these is called Fifth Disease. What is it? How is it treated? And when do you need to call the doctor? ARC Pediatrician, Dr. Anupama Lakshmikanth, answers some of your most commonly asked questions.

    • Welcome ARC General Surgeon Christopher Bailey

      Newest ARC General Surgeon Has a Passion For Fixing

      July 21, 2015

      ARC general surgeon, Dr. Christopher William Bailey, has always had a passion for fixing. When not helping repair his patients’ ailments, you might find Dr. Bailey working on his 1971 GMC Jimmy. Find out more about our newest physician and former U.S Navy general surgeon…

    • Bravo to All of Our “Rising Stars” Super Docs!

      July 06, 2015

      Nine ARC physicians representing six specialties are featured in the July, 2015, issue of Texas Monthly in its list of Texas Super Doctors: Rising Stars Edition 2015. We are proud of our nine ‘rising stars’ who are receiving this special, well-earned recognition from their colleagues. Bravo! See the list of doctors.