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Show your support for the Great American Smokeout on November 19 by stubbing out that cigarette and taking a step to reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and many other deadly diseases.
Seventeen Austin Regional Clinic physicians representing seven specialties have been named 2015 Texas Super Doctors by Texas Monthly magazine. Super Doctors®, a selective listing of outstanding doctors from more than 40 medical specialties, identifies top doctors as selected by their peers. Check out who made this year’s list.
The US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has taken all forms of unapproved prescription ear drop products (known at otic products) labeled to relieve ear pain, infection, and inflammation, off the market. The products will no longer be available in any pharmacies or other retail locations.
Former ARC Family Medicine physician, Dr. Dewayne Nash, was diagnosed with possible early onset of Alzheimer’s five years ago. He chose to leave medicine and dedicate his time to educating the public about the disease. We asked him what people should know about Alzheimer’s.
Once again, ARC is a Top Workplaces named by the Austin American-Statesman, a designation voted on by employees. “It is an honor and a privilege to have confirmation, once again, by the doctors and staff at ARC that we are all committed to each other and the work we do,” said Dr. Norman Chenven, ARC CEO and Founder. More on why ARC is ‘tops’…
The new IRIS (Intelligent Retinal Imaging Systems) program currently screening diabetes patients in three ARC clinics has received recognition in Ophthalmology Management, an online industry publication. Dr. Anas Daghestani, Chief of ARC Internal Medicine and Director of Population Health and Clinical Quality, explains how and why the program has been successful in “helping to prevent the preventable” eye disease.
ARC Pflugerville’s newest physician, Dr. Merlin "Joji" Abraham, believes that as a Family Practitioner she can play a pivotal role in improving health in families and communities. Learn more about Dr. Abraham and her favorite Central Texas places to visit.
Austin is home to the ACL Music Festival, F1 Races and other loud events. We are also exposed to loud noise in our daily lives, from the sounds coming from our earbuds to lawn mowers. When is a noise too loud? And what can you do to protect your hearing? ARC Audiologist, Laura Lane, discusses these questions with KVUE-TV.
Born and raised In Houston , Austin Regional Clinic’s newest family medicine physician, Dr. Michael Samaan, cultivated his medical skills in the opposite corner of the U.S.—rural Alaska.
Attend a Medicare Advantage Sales Presentation to learn more about your options. Several ARC contracted Medicare Advantage plans will be represented during the month of November.
For Elena Chow, ARC’s newest Medical Home Extensivist, the most important values for a patient-provider relationship are trust and open communication. Read more about our new team member.
More than 5 million people between 6 to 19 years of age and around 26 million adults suffer from noise-induced hearing loss. ARC Audiologist Laura Lane answers 5 commonly asked questions about hearing loss.