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ARC’s newest ob/gyn at ARC Medical Park Tower OB, Dr. Bernard Lynch, began his professional career as an engineer, which included working at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. But, he could not dampen his interest in helping others and decided to return to school to pursue a medical degree.
What do football and the flu have in common? Dr. Serena Hon, ARC Family Medicine physician, explains in the latest ARC Healthcare Minute. Catch it on KLBJ News Radio 590AM/99FM this Monday, October 12, at 7:29am and 8:29am.
New ARC physician, Dr. Carson Paul Higgs, joins the Family Medicine team at ARC Quarry Lake and believes in providing holistic care.
While not originally from Longhorn country, Dr. Cameron Poage, ARC’s newest internal medicine physician at ARC Cedar Park Medical Plaza, was born, raised and educated in the Lone Star State. Learn about one of his favorite cities to visit in Central Texas.
This time of year marks the beginning of the school season, football season, fall season and, unfortunately, also the flu season. While flu cases typically emerge in November, your best defense is to protect yourself early by getting vaccinated. ARC’s Dr. Jordan Laroe discussed how to prepare for flu season with FOX7.
Our newest orthopedist, Dr. Kevin Bozic, comes from a long line of engineers, which he says influenced his decision to pursue orthopedic medicine. Austin is his new home, having been recently selected as Chair of the Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care at Dell Medical School. Learn more about his interests.
Providers across the country have been counting down until ICD-10 “go live”. Today, October 1, is the day. What is ICD-10? Why so much anticipation for its launch? And how has ARC prepared?
Community Impact highlighted new technology ARC is testing at three clinics to help improve patient experience. The technology in the form of a handheld device or kiosk allows ARC to gather real-time feedback from patients about what we’re doing right and how we may improve. Learn more about the program’s success.
Some common flu myths: “The flu vaccine will give you the flu.” “You should get the flu shot late so it lasts through the flu season.” “Pregnant women should not get a flu shot.” There is a lot of misinformation out there about the flu and flu shots. We are happy to help dispel myths with facts.
New ARC allergist, Dr. Colleen Adkins, knows about Central Texans' frustrations with pollen. She says that even though Austin is a pollen haven, there are some easy and practical things that patients can do to decrease their exposure. Check out her tips here…
During her mother’s medical residency, new ARC dermatologist, Dr. Olubusayo Obayan, remembers spending many nights in the hospital. The experience exposed her to the field of medicine and the value of great patient care. Read about why she chose the field of dermatology…
While flu season in Central Texas typically starts in November, ARC is already seeing some cases of flu and is offering flu immunizations starting this week at all ARC primary care locations. “Flu Clinics” are in ARC Family Medicine, Pediatrics and Internal Medicine locations during regular clinic hours as well as extended hours. Immunizations are also available in all ARC Ob/Gyn locations.