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From computer advances to updated medical procedures, Austin Regional Clinic is constantly changing to meet the needs of our growing communities. To stay on top of ARC’s latest developments or to learn how we are bringing the newest technologies to our clinics and patients, please visit ARC News or take a look at our Media Releases below.

Please direct media inquiries to our Marketing and Communications Department using the contact information below:

Austin Regional Clinic
Marketing & Communications
6210 E. US Highway 290 Suite 310
Austin, TX 78723
e-mail: Media Relations
phone: 512-421-4811(512) 421-4811
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Austin Regional Clinic Dripping Springs Opens August 19

Austin Regional Clinic will open a new location Monday, August 19, 2019, to meet growing needs for medical care in Dripping Springs, the western Hays County community that has more than doubled in size over nine years.

ARC North OB/Gyn opens August 5

Austin Regional Clinic is moving its ARC Nurture North OB/Gyn clinic to a new location, and changing the name to ARC North Ob/Gyn, both effective Monday, August 5.

Austin Regional Clinic names new CAO

Katherine (Katie) Henry has been named Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for Austin Regional Clinic (ARC).

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Seven ARC physicians named to Texas Super Doctors® Rising Stars 2019

Seven ARC physicians in four specialties are included in Texas Monthly magazine’s annual “Texas Super Doctors® Rising Stars 2019” listing, now in the July edition of the magazine. MSP Communications says the physicians are “exceptional physicians who have earned the confidence and high regard of their peers,” and only 2.5% of all active Texas physicians are selected to the list. “This indeed a high honor for our seven ‘rising stars,’”, said Dr. Anas Daghestani, ARC CEO, “and we are proud of this well-earned recognition from their peers.” Congratulations to our “rising stars!”

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Austin Regional Clinic Opens New Clinical Research Location

Austin Regional Clinic (ARC) will open a new location in South Austin, dedicated solely to clinical research, on June 17, 2019.

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Austin Regional Clinic Moves into New Headquarters, Readies for More Growth

Austin Regional Clinic, one of the area’s largest independent multi-specialty groups in the region, has consolidated its administrative offices into a new headquarters location, 6210 E. Highway 290, Austin, TX 78723-1098, formerly home to the Texas Mutual Insurance Company.

Austin Regional Clinic to Locate in Liberty Hill

Liberty Hill families will have a new choice for accessing primary care as Austin Regional Clinic (ARC) opens a new location next year — a first in the area – on Highway 29 West.

ARC Kelly Lane Opens March 11

ARC opened our 25th clinic and second Pflugerville location, ARC Kelly Lane on Monday, March 11. Located at 2100 Autumn Slate Drive, just off SH 130 and Kelly Lane, ARC Kelly Lane is a 10,000 sq.ft. clinic offering Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and an onsite Lab. Other services include same-day appointments, 24/7 phone and online scheduling, flu shots, well-check exams, and more.

Austin Regional Clinic Introduces ARC Healthiness

ARC is making it easier for Central Texans to reach their health and activity goals with ARC Healthiness, a lifestyle change program for weight loss, weight management and healthier food choices.

Austin Regional Clinic Adds Cardiology Specialty

Austin Regional Clinic (ARC) has added non-surgical Cardiology to the 18 specialties currently offered to patients Parul Desai, MD, who has practiced Cardiology in the Austin area for over 18 years, sees established ARC patients for consultations and diagnostic services including echocardiograms, echocardiographic interpretation, and stress testing.

Eighteen ARC Physicians in Eight Specialties Named 2018 Texas Super Doctors® !

Eighteen ARC physicians in eight specialty practices are among the 2018 Texas Super Doctors® listed in the December issue of Texas Monthly magazine. Our 18 physicians were selected by their peers across the state who answered this question: “If you needed medical care in one of the following specialties, which doctor(s) would you choose?” Only 5% of the all active physicians in Texas receive the honor of being a Texas “Super Doctor.”

ARC Begins Clinical Trials for First-of-its-Kind Device for Antibiotic Overuse

If you live in Central Texas, commonly referred to as an “allergy capital”, chances are you or a family member have suffered a sinus infection, also known as sinusitis. And chances are, if you have had sinusitis, an antibiotic has been prescribed. Yet, according to public health experts, the vast majority of sinusitis cases are not helped by antibiotics.

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Focusing on Employees: ARC Reaches the “Top”

For the 13th year, employees agree that Austin Regional Clinic is a top place to work. Our dedicated team of leaders, doctors, and staff communicating effectively and working together toward a common altruistic goal makes ARC a great place to work. Each and every day, year after year, we remain unified in our commitment to provide heartfelt care for our friends, families, and neighbors.

This year, ARC is on the Top Workplaces of Greater Austin 2018 list in the Austin American-Statesman.

Austin Regional Clinic Adds Ob/Gyn at ARC Kyle Plum Creek

Austin Regional Clinic (ARC) Kyle Plum Creek, 4100 Everett St., Ste. 400, is expanding its services to now include OB/Gyn services Dr. Bernard Lynch, OB/Gyn, and Kaila Smith, Nurse Practitioner, will begin providing OB/Gyn care on November 1.

Austin Regional Clinic Closes ARC Medical Park Tower Ob/Gyn

Austin Regional Clinic (ARC) closes one of its oldest clinics, ARC Medical Park Tower Ob/Gyn, on Wednesday, October 31. The clinic, located at 1301 W. 38th St., Suite 205, opened in 1982 as the first ARC Ob/Gyn clinic and one of the first ARC locations. ARC Medical Park Tower (MPT) Ob/Gyn has served thousands of Austin-area women in its 36-year-history, including multiple generations of patients, for all their obstetric and gynecological needs.

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New Medicare Advantage Integrated Payment and Delivery Model Leverages Physician Expertise, Technology to Offer High Quality, Affordable Healthcare

Medicare beneficiaries considering 2019 Medicare Advantage plans now have a new reason to take a closer look: an innovative, Central-Texas based population health model that features trusted local medical groups providing services designed to improve the quality, value, efficiency, patient experience and outcomes of Medicare Advantage patients.

Austin Regional Clinic Opens New Location in Round Rock

Round Rock families will now have a new choice for accessing primary care as Austin Regional Clinic (ARC) opens a new location, ARC Sendero Springs, to serve the fast-growing area.