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In The News: Learn more about the Zika Virus and what ARC recommends.
If you, your family, or out-of-town guests are not feeling well on Independence Day, our ARC After Hours Clinics are here for you. Call your ARC clinic (or 512-272-4636) and press “1” to make an appointment at any of our open ARC After Hours Clinics: ARC Far West, ARC Round Rock, or ARC Southwest.
Caring for you like a family member, is Dr. Swapna Manthena’s goal as your physician at ARC Leander. Watch her video for more information, and to learn about the advice she gives to all patients.
There are many benefits to quitting smoking, only one of which is prolonging your life. Dr. Rodolfo Gutierrez-Macias, ARC Family Medicine physician, discusses benefits and strategies in this week’s podcast.
This week, CDC recommended that the nasal spray flu vaccine should not be used during the upcoming 2016-2017 flu season. Dr. Alison Ziari, Pediatrician from ARC Wilson Parke, explains what that means for area physicians and patients.
Seven ARC physicians representing three specialties have been named to Texas Monthly magazine’s SUPER DOCTORS® Rising Stars 2016 listing, published in the July issue of the magazine. See the list of doctors.
Julie M. Capolino, new Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Extensivist Medicine at ARC Cedar Park, knew from childhood that she wanted to be a nurse like her grandmother. “One day when I was 10, she gave me a nursing book to look through, and I was hooked!” she says, and she approaches each patient focusing on the whole person – mind, body, and spirit.
“My biggest goal is to be the physician that really does a good job helping you understand what’s going on with your care,” Dr. John Morrow says. Watch his video to learn more about how he partners with you at ARC Leander.
ARC Wilson Parke will host the first Championship Hearts Foundation (CHF) free heart screenings of the summer for student athletes ages 14-18 on Saturday, June 25, 8 a.m.-12 noon, at the clinic location, 11714 Wilson Parke Avenue, Suite 150, in Austin.
Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers, but early detection can save your life. Learn the signs and symptoms from Dr. Maria Josefina Quintanilla-Dieck, ARC Dermatologist, in this week’s podcast.
New Pediatrician at ARC Southwest, Kymberly T. Colman, MD, volunteered after college for a few months in a jungle medical clinic in El Salvador. “It was a life-changing experience,” she says, and encouraged her to go into pediatric medicine.
“One of my biggest goals is to be the physician that really does a good job helping you understand what’s going on with your care,” says Dr. Christopher Bailey, ARC general surgeon. Watch his video to learn more about how Dr. Bailey partners with you.
They are both annual events! Learn more about well child check-ups in this podcast with ARC Pediatrician Dr. Helena Gonzalez.