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If you are going to ACL, Dr. Maria Josefina (Josephine) Quintanilla-Dieck, Dermatologist at ARC Round Rock gives some sun safety tips you can use this weekend. Listen to the podcast for more.
The best defense you can run against the fall flu season? Get a flu shot. The flu vaccine is available at every ARC primary care and ARC After Hours Clinic locations
“Noise-induced hearing loss is 100% preventable!” says Dr. Amy Mullin, Audiologist at ARC South 1st Specialty. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
Healthcare reform is requiring hospitals and medical groups to change the way they deliver and pay for care. Such a shift is complicated, to say the least. Which providers are best positioned to succeed? Large multi-specialty medical groups like ARC, according to a new study. More proof our hard work is paying off… Read about the research study that ARC participated in.
Wish there was an alternative treatment for ragweed allergies? ARC Allergists offer allergy tablets, with the effectiveness of shots and the convenience of pills.
Dr. Marjan Linnell joins the Pediatric team at ARC Kyle Plum Creek. She believes that sitting down to dinner as a family and sharing a healthy meal is important for both kids and their parents.
Dr. Alison Chantal Caviness, Pediatrician, has joined the team at ARC Wilson Parke. Welcome Dr. Caviness!
At each visit, Jonathan Lee, MD makes time for you: “by sitting down and talking to you face-to-face.” Watch his video to learn more about how Dr. Lee connects with patients like you at ARC South 1st.
Committed to keeping children healthy, Kymberly Colman, MD worked with children as a teenager, in the jungles of El Salvador, and now with your child at ARC Southwest. Watch her video to learn more about her dedication to caring for kids.
Teaching families how to stay healthy, safe, and prevent injuries is the daily goal for Shaili Singh, MD. Watch her video to learn more about how she combines her love of teaching and medicine to partner with you and your child at ARC Pflugerville.
Dr. Dana M. Garcia, the newest Family Medicine physician at ARC South 1st. says “I feel that all aspects of life contribute to my patients' health.”
This year, children getting a flu vaccine will not be able to avoid a shot. The CDC recently announced that the nasal spray flu vaccine called FluMist is ineffective. Dr. Hana Zibdeh-Lough, pediatrician at ARC Round Rock, discussed with KVUE-TV what this means for the upcoming flu season.