Outpatient Clinics & Services

Arkansas Children's Northwest provides primary care, as well as numerous specialty clinics to ensure all children in Arkansas have convenient access to pediatric expertise. To reach the Primary Care Clinic, please call 479-725-6800.

Arkansas Children’s Northwest Primary Care

Arkansas Children’s Northwest Primary Care brings convenient access to our pediatric experts close to home for families in Northwest Arkansas. Convenient primary care built with you and your children in mind. You’ll find us at Arkansas Children’s Northwest in Springdale, the first and only pediatric hospital in the region.

Primary Care Services

  • Well child care (annual check-ups and child development milestones)
  • Immunizations
  • Newborn care
  • Common pediatric illnesses (sick visits)
  • Behavioral visits (ADHD)

Please call (479) 725-6995 to make an appointment.

Arkansas Children’s Northwest
2601 Gene George Blvd.
Springdale, AR 72762
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Specialty Clinics


Our pediatric audiologists have specialized training in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and therapy of hearing impairment in children of all ages. Whether it is a child who has not passed an infant hearing screening, has experienced frequent ear infections or needs hearing aids or a cochlear implant, our audiologists partner with families and other healthcare providers to meet the needs of each child.

Cardiology Clinic

This clinic provides consultation and diagnosis of children with possible heart conditions and provides follow-up care for children with known cardiac problems. Echocardiography, ECG, Holter and event monitoring are available on site.

Cleft Palate Clinic

This clinic provides evaluations and treatment of the cleft lip/palate condition which threatens general health, facial appearance, speech and language skills, maxillofacial and dental occlusal development, otologic and audiologic health and psychosocial status.

Electrophysiology and Pacing Program

Pediatric cardiac electrophysiology is the evaluation and management of the disorders of the electrical conduction system of the heart in infants, children and adolescents. The normal function of the electrical conducting system is required to maintain adequate contraction of the heart at an appropriate rate. Abnormalities of the electrical conduction system can result in arrhythmias. Arrhythmias comprise irregular heart rhythms and inappropriately rapid or slow heart rates. Symptoms of arrhythmias may include palpitations, lightheadedness, weakness, fatigue, syncope or cardiac arrest. As a part of the Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) Heart Center, the electrophysiology program offers a variety of clinical services, including inpatient and outpatient care. Specific services offered by the Electrophysiology team can be invasive or non-invasive and include the following:

Invasive Services

  • Pacemakers and Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (ICDs) implantation into the heart and veins.
  • Subcutaneous Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (S-ICD) is a newer technology and is implanted without using the veins or going inside the heart.
  • Invasive electrophysiology study and ablation procedures for supraventricular tachycardia and ventricular tachycardia or other arrhythmias are performed in a dedicated cardiac electrophysiology catheterization lab. In ACH about 125 procedures are performed annually.
  • Implantable Loop Recorders (ILR) implant and monitoring- ILRs monitor the heart continuously to evaluate for arrhythmias.

Non-invasive Services

  • Follow up and management of patients with implanted devices in specialty clinics.
  • Holter monitoring, electrocardiograms, remote event monitoring and implantable loop recorder evaluations for arrhythmias
  • Medication challenge for certain arrhythmias including Procainamide and Epinephrine challenge tests.
  • Genetic testing, family evaluation and counseling for various arrhythmias substrate including long QT, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, etc.

Endocrinology Clinic

This clinic evaluates and treats children with short stature, diabetes, and disorders of the thyroid, pituitary, and adrenal glands.

ENT Clinic

This clinic is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the head and neck, exclusive of the eye and brain. Included are common problems such as sinusitis, tonsillitis, otitis, hearing loss, congenital abnormalities such as cleft lip and palate and neck cysts, endoscopy of the airway and upper digestive tract and treatment of vascular birthmarks.

Gastroenterology Clinic

The clinic provides consultation and services for patients with gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, pancreatic and nutritional problems. These include diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, biliary tract and pancreas, including inflammatory bowel disease, malabsorption syndromes, hepatitis, growth failure, malnutrition and feeding disorders.

Genetics Clinic

This clinic provides the evaluation of children with birth defects, inherited conditions, metabolic disorders, developmental delay, mental retardation and autism.

Hematology Clinic

The clinic provides diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of childhood problems related to blood and/or tumors, such as anemia, thrombocytopenia, coagulation disorders, and leukemia and other malignant diseases.

Hemophilia Clinic

Children and adults with coagulation disorders can be diagnosed and evaluated by a group of physicians, physical therapists, psychologists, and geneticists to provide education, prevention, and treatment.

Immunology Clinic

This clinic accepts referrals for assessment and treatment of children with the broad spectrum of hypersensitivity and related aspects of clinical allergy. The most common diagnostic categories include asthma, allergic rhinoconjunctivitis, urticaria and angioedema, atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, insect sting allergy, food allergy and drug allergy.

Infectious Disease Clinic

This clinic provides evaluation and treatment of infectious diseases and severe unusual infections.

Nephrology Clinic

Diagnostic evaluations and care are provided to children from infancy to age 21 who have all aspects of renal disease. Consultation involving hematuria, proteinuria, urinary tract infection, chronic renal failure, hypertension, and transplantation is available at all times.

Neurology Clinic

The Neurology Clinic is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the peripheral and central nervous system. Patients with seizures or epilepsy receive comprehensive evaluations. EEGs are available.


The division of Pediatric Neurosurgery offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient services for children from newborn to age 18. With the resources of a major Children's Hospital, Pediatric Neurosurgery Division at Arkansas Children's is the main referral center for pediatric neurosurgical diseases in the state. Our dedicated team provides treatment and follow-up for conditions including hydrocephalus, spina bifida and other congenital central nervous system anomalies, brain and spine tumors, epilepsy surgery, craniosynostosis, spasticity, and head and spine trauma.

Orthopedic Clinic

Problems of an orthopedic nature involving the bones, joints, and muscles in children are seen in this clinic. Such conditions include congenital, acquired and traumatic limb deformities, scoliosis and spinal deformities, neuromuscular disease or any problems with bone, joints, muscles, ligaments and nerves that affect growing children.

Plastics Clinic

Children's facial abnormalities and injuries require special attention. Facial trauma can range from minor injuries to disfigurement that lasts a lifetime. The face is critical in interacting with others, so it is important to get the best treatment possible.

Pulmonology Clinic

The clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and management of acute and chronic pulmonary diseases in infants and children, including children with asthma, cystic fibrosis, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, recurrent pneumonia and wheezing, stridor, noisy breathing, pulmonary complications of neuromuscular disease and technology-dependent children. State-of-the-art, complete pulmonary function testing, sweat testing and flexible bronchoscopy services are available.

Rheumatology Clinic

Children with arthritis and other connective tissue diseases (including systemic lupus erythematosus, dermatomyositis, etc.) and autoimmune or immune-mediated disorders, are treated. The clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and management including rehabilitative services

Sleep Disorders Clinic

This clinic provides comprehensive clinical evaluation, diagnostic testing, treatment and long-term management for a wide spectrum of sleep-related disorders in children and adolescents including but not limited to obstructive sleep apnea, difficulty initiating and maintaining sleep, behavioral insomnia, organic parasomnias, narcolepsy, delayed sleep phase disorder, periodic limb movement disorder and central sleep apnea.

Speech Pathology Clinic

The Speech Pathology Clinic provides a comprehensive evaluation of speech, language and feeding disorders including oral-pharyngeal dysphagia, resonance, voice, fluency, apraxia and language-based learning problems. Evaluation and treatment of speech and language problems are available for children with hearing loss, including children with cochlear implants. Parents are provided training and education for communication development. For healthcare professionals, onsite training and professional development can be arranged through contract.

Surgery Clinic

This clinic manages all neonatal and pediatric surgical disorders including hydroceles, hernia, undescended testes, chest wall abnormalities, thoracic problems, abdominal surgery, tumors and other surgical problems of children. Areas of expertise include robotics, laparoscopy, thoracoscopy and neonatal surgery. 

Urology Clinic

The Urology Clinic cares for children with problems involving the genitourinary system. Generally, these include congenital anomalies of the kidney, ureter, bladder, inguinal region and male and female genitalia, as well as urinary tract infections. Specific problems of children cared for include renal masses, ureteropelvic junction obstruction, vesicoureteral reflux, injuries to the genitourinary system, undescended testes, hydroceles, patent processus vaginalis and hypospadias. Post-operative visits will also be done after all surgeries.

Ancillary Services

Convenient ancillary services are provided to pediatric patients at Arkansas Children's Northwest. 


Our skilled technologists are available Monday through Friday to perform your X-ray which will be immediately transferred electronically to Arkansas Children's Hospital for reading by a board-certified pediatric radiologist. Results will be available routinely within 24 hours. To schedule an appointment, call 479-725-6880.


Our skilled technicians are available Monday through Friday to perform your ECHO which will be immediately transferred electronically to Arkansas Children's Hospital for reading by cardiac experts. Results are sent back within 24 hours. To schedule an appointment, call 479-725-6880.


Our skilled technicians are available Monday through Friday to perform your EKG which will be immediately transferred electronically to ACH for reading by cardiac experts. Results are sent back within 24 hours. To schedule an appointment, call 479-725-6800.

Patient Observation

We have state of the art patient observation rooms which allow our families to be more involved with their child’s assessment and treatment. To schedule an appointment, call 479-725-6880.

Medical Laboratory

Our skilled technicians can perform any blood test, thyroid test or basic lab test, and most tests are run the same day. Perhaps even as important as the test, our technicians have been specially trained to work with children. To schedule an appointment, call 479-725-6880.

Nutrition Clinic

We have a registered and licensed dietitian who provides complete assessments of nutrition status for children. To schedule an appointment, call 479-725-6880.

Video Conferencing

We have video conferencing capabilities which allow a direct connection for meetings, continuing education opportunities, and patient care. To learn more about video conferencing, call 479-725-6880.

If you need more information about our services, please call us at 479-725-6800.