Hope Folarin, MD
Dr. Folarin is an Internal Medicine doctor who sees patients at ARC clinics as needed. Please see below for physicians she recommends to new patients wanting to establish care at ARC South 1st:
When she’s not in the clinic, Dr. Folarin can be found dancing in a studio, ballroom, or in her favorite local spot, Zilker Park. She also pursues culinary adventures at home or in one of Austin’s markets, specialty stores, or restaurants. In addition, Dr. Folarin also enjoys reading, exercising, and compling lists of places to which she will someday travel.
Both Benjamin Franklin and I believe ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.’ My primary responsibility is in educating patients on preventive health measures and facilitating their completion. While illness is almost inevitable, and I am happy to treat it when needed, we can work together to avoid it if possible.
- Flu Shots
A Flu vaccine can help prevent flu-related visits to the doctor each year. CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get vaccinated every flu season.
- Immunizations and Schedules
Immunizations and Schedules
Immunizations help provide immunity to children and adults before they are exposed to potentially harmful diseases like hepatitis B, measles, mumps, polio and more.
- Medicare Wellness
A Medicare Wellness visit a benefit provided to patients with a Medicare insurance plan. It is conducted by a dedicated Medical Wellness Provider at ARC, where you can expect a review of your health that includes vaccinations, cancer screenings, and more.
Locations & Hours
Board CertificationsBoard Certified in Internal Medicine
Medical SchoolCase Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, 2007
ResidencyVirginia Commonwealth University Health Systems, Richmond, VA, 2010
EducationB.S. in Biochemistry, Summa Cum Laude, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 2002
- Member, Travis County Medical Society
- Member, Texas Medical Association
- Member, American College of Physicians