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The Continuity Clinic is an extension of the General Pediatric Center providing diagnosis, treatment and/or follow-up of children with general health problems.
The nationally recognized Level 1 Trauma Center at Arkansas Children’s in Little Rock, Arkansas is the only Pediatric Level 1 Trauma Center in the state of Arkansas.
Find the locations of Arkansas Children's emergency departments in Little Rock and Springdale, and read answers to frequently asked questions about your child's care in the ER.
The General Pediatric Clinic (GPC) provides diagnosis, treatment and/or follow-up of children with general health problems. We provide preventive medicine, including periodic immunizations, physical examinations, positive newborn screens and child health maintenance.
Arkansas Children’s Hospital, in association with Jefferson Regional, is bringing care closer to home for the families of Southeast Arkansas.
Our primary care clinics provide services such as well-child visits, immunizations, newborn care, physicals and more. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
Learn how the Arkansas Children's Hospital Jonesboro Clinic seamlessly treats young patients with asthma in the northeast area of the state.
Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common, highly contagious viral disease in children 5 or younger.
Learn about how Arkansas Children's treats patients with the disease and how your child can be seen in one of our primary care clinics.
With an uptick in respiratory illnesses, it's important to know the differences between RSV, flu and COVID-19 viruses and when it's time to take your child to a primary care doctor or the emergency room.