As the largest primary care clinic system in the state of Arkansas, we feel a deep commitment to helping Arkansans navigate the truly unprecedented circumstances presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges our society is currently facing, ARcare remains ready and willing to deliver critical healthcare resources to our communities. With over 45 primary care clinics across the state, serving every patient, regardless of their ability … [Read more...] about A Message from Our CEO, Dr. Steven Collier, regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic
ARcare now offers new in-home and in-clinic telemedicine options to patients in the communities it serves, including a Virtual COVID-19 Self Triage Tool and an online Virtual Care portal for routine care and consults. Virtual COVID-19 Self Triage Tool If you believe you have been exposed to or are experiencing systems of COVID-19, click on the button below to use our virtual self triage tool and find out what you should do … [Read more...] about Important information about new telemedicine options from ARcare
Your health matters now more than ever, and we're here for you. Our clinics are OPEN. As our community continues to feel the increased impact of COVID-19, your health matters now more than ever. We want you to know that we are here for you. Our clinics are OPEN. We are equipped to handle your medical situation with your safety as our top priority. Please be assured that we are doing our part in taking care of the people we serve and we … [Read more...] about We’re Open and Here to Take Care of You
High blood pressure (BP) affects a huge percentage of the global population — 25% of men and 20% of women suffer from high BP, or hypertension. Fewer than 20% of them are actively treating this condition. Knowing what a good blood pressure reading is increases your awareness of hypertension — and the importance of treating it. Cardiovascular disease is currently the leading cause of death in the world. Being concerned if you’ve received a … [Read more...] about What happens after you are diagnosed with high blood pressure?
As our community continues to feel the increased impact of Coronavirus, we feel it is important to let our patients know the measures we are taking to help keep our valued patients and staff safe and healthy. Please be assured that we are doing our part in taking care of the people we serve and are implementing certain protocols based on the recommendations of the CDC. If you suspect you have COVID-19 symptoms, call into one … [Read more...] about Response to Coronavirus