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New Austin Regional Clinic Manor Cuts the Ribbon

Manor families are now enjoying a new choice for accessing primary care as with the newly-opened ARC Manor, ARC’s first clinic in the area.  

The new 4,200 square foot primary care clinic includes Family Medicine and Pediatrics, as well as a Lab.

Like much of the state, Manor has seen a surge of population growth. In 2005, the Census Bureau said the population there was around 2,000. Today, the population of the area including its surrounding sub-divisions is near 11,000 people. As a result, residents have found it difficult to find nearby medical care.

“Convenient primary care is an important need for both adults and children in maintaining their overall health. That’s why we’re here — offering Manor residents accessible, quality care close to home,” said Mary Brown, Clinic Manager for ARC Manor. “We’re excited to be in this community and appreciate the warm welcome we’ve received!”

ARC Manor is located in the Shadowview Center at 11300 E. Highway 290, Bldg. 2, Suite 230. ARC Manor Providers Jacqueline Champlain, MD, Family Medicine and Jacques Benun, MD, Pediatrics, are accepting new patients.

A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday morning, March 30

Chamber Ambassadors, City of Manor, patients and community members enjoyed seeing the new clinic, meeting providers and staff, ARC leadership, and sampling doughnuts and coffee from our neighbor, Shipley’s Do-Nuts.   

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