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Expertise in Pediatric Allergy and Immunology

The mission of the Allergy and Immunology Division is to provide the best care for patients with allergic and immunologic disease through the advancement of our knowledge and daily performance. We aim to work together with a servant’s attitude and with passion for our community. Our board-certified experts strive to be leaders and innovators and bring excellence to our field whether it’s research, clinical, educational or clerical.  We believe by operating professionally, through an organized team effort, and by remembering that we serve a purpose greater than ourselves that we can best benefit our patients’ well-being and impact healthcare with meaningful change. 

Passion for Our Patients and Community

Together, our team serves our patients, their families and our community with a passion for excellence and improved patient experiences. We strive to be leaders and innovators - bringing excellence to all areas of our field, including research, clinical care, education and administrative support. We strongly believe by operating professionally, through an organized team effort, and by remembering that we serve a purpose greater than ourselves, that we can best benefit our patients’ well-being and impact healthcare with meaningful change.

Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach to Allergy and Immunology

The Allergy and Immunology Division at Arkansas Children’s employs a team approach to full-service inpatient and outpatient care to children of all ages with allergic disease and immunodeficiency disorders. Our skilled sub-specialists provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment of conditions, including:

Strong Patient Advocacy

Our highly skilled team at Arkansas Children’s is focused on improving the quality of life for the children of Arkansas with allergic and immunologic concerns. These medical professionals work in partnership with local and regional physicians to manage allergic and immunological diseases by offering prompt feedback and open partnerships.  We also partner with patient advocacy groups, specifically in the fields of eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases, food allergy, and primary immune deficiency.

Comprehensive and Quality Research

Basic, clinical and applied health research programs within the Allergy and Immunology Division focus on three broad areas including:

  • Asthma and respiratory disease
  • Food allergy and eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders
  • Primary immunodeficiency disorders

Contact Us for More Information

If you have questions about our allergy and immunology services, please call our office line at 501-364-1060. If you need help making an appointment for your child, please call our appointment line at 501-364-4000. We look forward to helping you.