Arkansas Children’s Hospital After-Hours Clinic 

The ACH After-Hours Clinic treats non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses that need immediate attention. Our staff of physicians and nurses are available seven days a week:   

  • Monday-Friday, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. (Last appointment scheduled at 8:45 p.m.)   
  • Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Last appointment scheduled at 7:45 p.m.)  

    Here are common conditions we treat: 

  • Fever
  • Congestion, cough 
  • Vomiting 
  • Diarrhea
  • Dehydration 
  • Ear infection
  • Minor burns 
  • Cold and flu symptoms 
  • Pink eye
  • Sprain or minor sports injuries 
  • Skin rash 
  • A few episodes of vomiting, without belly pain or signs of dehydration  

Parents or caregivers and ACH employees can receive care for their child at the ACH After-Hours Clinic even if they are not a patient of ACH Primary Care Clinics.

    The clinic will see patients from our partner clinics: 

  • All For Kids Pediatric Clinic
  • Arkansas Pediatric Clinic 
  • Barg Family Clinic 
  • Central Arkansas Pediatric Clinic 
  • Cabot Medical Clinic 
  • Conway Children’s Clinic 
  • Little Rock Children’s Clinic 
  • Little Rock Pediatric Clinic 
  • Main Street Medical Clinic 
  • Millard-Henry, Russellville 
  • Saline Med-Peds 
  • Sherwood Family Medical Center 
  • St. Vincent Family Clinic 
  • The Pediatric Clinic, North Little Rock 
  • TLC Pediatrics (Conway)  

ACH Emergency Department   

A child needs emergency care when a life-threatening illness, injury or symptom occurs. The ACH Emergency Department, open 24 hours a day, is a Level I trauma center, staffed by pediatricians and pediatric medicine residents certified in pediatric emergency medicine to treat all pediatric emergencies.   

    Here are some common conditions treated in emergency departments:

  • Sudden or intense weakness, dizziness, numbness, vision changes or pain 
  • Difficulty speaking, disoriented   
  • Major head trauma or injury   
  • Seizure 
  • Losing consciousness   
  • Shortness of breath   
  • Stroke, heart attack or painful chest pressure lasting at least two minutes or more 
  • Open fractures or broken bones 
  • Overdose 
  • Homicidal, suicidal feelings   
  • Severe symptoms of the following:   
    • Cuts or burns   
    • Allergic reactions   
    • Bleeding (as well as coughing or vomiting blood)   
    • Vomiting 
    • Diarrhea 
    • Abdominal pain   
Whether your child needs after-hours or emergency care, Arkansas Children’s is here for your family.   


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