Kids First (UAMS Clinic)
The KIDS FIRST program provides intensive, medically-directed early intervention care for children from birth to 5 years of age. Eligibility for this daily program of stimulation, therapy and medical oversight is based on the "at-risk" medical status of the child. Each KIDS FIRST Clinic operates under the direction of a medical director with the usual staffing including a center director, secretary, degreed early childhood specialists, child development aides, a registered nurse, a special educator, a social worker and occupational, physical and speech therapists.
Continuing education relevant to parenting and children's health is provided for parents, staff and the community. All KIDS FIRST services must be approved by the Primary Care Physician. Frequent communication between the clinic and local PCPs promotes continuity of care for all KIDS FIRST patients.
» For more information visit www.arpediatrics.org/kidsfirst/.
(Or referrals may be made directly to the appropriate clinic below)
- Intensive, medically directed early intervention care for children from birth to 5 years of age
- Daily program of stimulation, therapy and medical oversight
- Continuing education relevant to parenting and children's health for parents, staff and the community
Infant Health and Development Program
333 Executive Court
221 Lindley Lane
6601 Phoenix Avenue
3450 W. 34th Street
Schmieding KIDS FIRST Clinic
519 Latham Drive
410 Camp Road
301 West Calhoun
118 Central Avenue
Robert H. Fiser, Jr.
411 Lentz Drive
206 N. Bragg Street
1810 Ozarka College Drive
Note: This clinic is available to your child by physician referral. Talk with your child's physician and tell him/her you would like to be referred to ACH. Have the doctor contact the Arkansas Children's Hospital Appointment Center to make a referral at 501-364-4000. If your child does not have a regular physician, please call 501-364-4000 and we will be happy to recommend one in your area.