ARC Ob/Gyn physician Alinda Cox, MD, honored by Travis County Medical Society

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December 6, 2017. Dr. Alinda CoxObstetrics/Gynecology physician at Austin Regional Clinic (ARC), has been named the 2017 Travis County Medical Society (TCMS) Humanitarian of the Year. Dr. Cox was honored at the TCMS Annual Awards Dinner on December 5.

Dr. Cox, who has been with ARC for nearly 30 years, was honored for her international humanitarian work on medical missions in many countries, including Ghana, India, Swaziland, the Dominican Republic, Peru, and Haiti. Dr. Cox has provided much-needed primary, surgical, and Ob/Gyn care to hundreds of impoverished and underserved women, men and children in those countries. She has also served as a past Chief of the Ob/Gyn Department at Seton Medical Center Austin, and continues her local community service volunteering at the Volunteer Healthcare Clinic in Austin and as a speaker at local churches, encouraging ways to prevent unwanted pregnancies.

In addition to the TCMS award, Dr. Cox was the 2014 recipient of ARC’s Dr. Larry Kravitz Award for Outstanding Service to ARC and the Community, given to those who go “above and beyond” within their profession. She believes those with privilege should aid those who are underprivileged, and her actions speak louder than words, as she has always helped when needed by her colleagues, her community, and those in other nations.

“Austin Regional Clinic is proud to have Dr. Cox in our organization,” said Dr. Anas Daghestani, ARC CEO. “As one of our longest-serving physicians, she is committed to the health and well being of not only her many loyal patients, but of the communities at home and abroad as well. We are honored to have that service recognized by her peers in the Travis County Medical Society.”

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About Austin Regional Clinic Austin Regional Clinic is a multispecialty medical group committed to providing comprehensive health care services throughout the greater Austin area. Founded by three physicians in 1980, ARC now provides health care to over 454,000 area residents in 23 locations in nine cities, including both primary and specialty care. It is unique to the Austin area because of the widespread locations, convenient services and quality assurance programs. ARC patients enjoy access to such conveniences as same-day appointments, 24/7 online or phone scheduling, after hours clinics, nursing services through the night, and access to their providers through the MyChart patient portal. Most ARC locations also offer on-site radiology and lab services and some clinics offer specialty programs such as a travel clinic and weight loss programs. For more information, visit www.austinregionalclinic.com.

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