ARC Senior Care provides attentive, quality health care to our Medicare and Medicare Advantage patients with multiple chronic conditions in Central Texas. Available to adults 55 years and over with traditional Medicare or Medicare Advantage health insurance, our geriatric providers dedicate themselves to developing personalized care plans that address your chronic medical needs and optimize your health care.
Our Senior Care team strives to improve your health care by becoming the quarterback for your health care — partnering with you to manage your medications and your health concerns, coordinating with your family and your specialists when necessary.
Your ARC Senior Care team
Our dedicated staff is specialized in geriatric care and includes physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants credentialed in family medicine, internal medicine, or geriatric medicine.
Our Senior Care team strives to provide you with personalized care by answering your medical questions, educating you about chronic health conditions, and connecting you with the appropriate healthcare resources and services you need.
- ARC Pharmacy Program
ARC Pharmacy Program
The ARC Pharmacy Program connects you to a pharmacist who can give you personalized advice on your medications, refill prescriptions, and answer questions about medication side effects. The pharmacist will work with your primary care team to optimize your health.
- Chronic Care Nurse Navigators
Chronic Care Nurse Navigators
Chronic care nurse navigators are an additional resource to help you with chronic health conditions like diabetes, congestive heart failure, chronic lung disease, kidney problems, and more. Nurse navigators assist with setting realistic diet and exercise goals, help schedule regular follow-up appointments, offer preventive care opportunities, find community health resources, and support you and your family during stressful health events.
- Coordinated Care
Your primary care physician (PCP) quarterbacks your care, meaning they coordinate healthcare services with other members of your care team, working closely with specialists and hospitals to ensure you receive timely and appropriate medical care.
- Hospital/ER Transition Services
Hospital/ER Transition Services
Our hospital/ER transition nurse navigators assist patients who are admitted to or discharged from an acute care facility. They can help you understand your discharge instructions, figure out medication changes, and tell you when to call your doctor during this critical transition. This can help you avoid an unnecessary trip back to the hospital or emergency room when it’s not needed. Nurse navigators can also help you schedule follow-up appointments with your doctor and address any concerns you may have after your hospital visit.
- Medicare Insurance Advice
Medicare Insurance Advice
ARC has you covered - we accept traditional Medicare and several Medicare Advantage Plans. We welcome new and established patients to ARC and encourage all patients to learn about their Medicare options.
- Medicare Wellness Assessment
Medicare Wellness Assessment
Medicare Wellness assessments are provided to patients with a Medicare or Medicare Advantage insurance plan. Our Medicare Wellness assessments focus on preventive care, including a review of vaccinations, cancer screenings, heart and diabetic screenings, osteoporosis screenings, behavioral health concerns, fall prevention, and more.