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Our primary care clinics provide services such as well-child visits (annual check-ups and child development milestones), immunizations, newborn care, common pediatric illnesses (sick visits), behavioral visits, and sports and school physicals. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
Arkansas Children's Hospital has the only Arkansas Department of Health-designated Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in the state. Arkansas Children's Hospital has created the Arkansas Children's Hospital Nursery Alliance to support hospitals around the state so that their patients and families can receive care closer to home.
Families across the nation are looking for guidance on what they should and shouldn't do during the baby formula shortage. Dr. Steve Schexnayder, pediatric critical care and emergency medicine specialist, has some helpful tips for families navigating this frustrating challenge.
Every 4 ½ minutes a baby is born with a birth defect in the United States. Simply put - it doesn't have to be that common. That's why Arkansas Children's is joining with leading prenatal health experts this month to increase awareness of five critical tips to prepare and maintain a healthy pregnancy and reduce the chance of birth defects.
On May 9, became the recipient and steward of the Walmart Endowed Chair in Neonatology. Every day, Dr. Ross and the team at the deliver excellent clinical care to our tiniest patients.