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The Endocrine Clinic evaluates and treats children with short stature, disorders of the thyroid, pituitary, and adrenal glands.
The COACH Clinic is a family-centered, multidisciplinary outpatient clinic designed to prevent and treat obesity in children and teens through lifestyle changes.
The Diabetes Clinic deals with newly diagnosed or follow-up diabetes patients. This clinic offers an extensive multi-disciplinary approach to diabetes management.
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.
Learn about the expert pediatric diabetes and endocrine care and what you can expect when you visit Arkansas Children’s.
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.
Arkansas Children's has compiled resources and a plan that you can share with your child’s principal, teacher, and support staff in order to help keep your child safe at school.
Learn how the pediatric emergency departments at Arkansas Children's Northwest and Arkansas Children's Hospital offer expert kid-sized care.
Is it safe to go to the ER right now? Is the waiting room going to be busy and full of people who might be really sick? Read about how this mom took it one step at a time.