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Arkansas Children's is bringing care close to home for thousands of children in Little Rock. The Southwest Little Rock Clinic greatly expands access to primary care for thousands of children who live nearby, many of them from Spanish-speaking families. Our clinic is an integral component of the statewide network of care Arkansas Children's is creating to serve the 710,000 children living in the state.
At the Arkansas Children's Hospital Southwest Little Rock, bilingual staff will care for the thousands of children expected to attend the clinic for everything from well-child visits to treatment for acute illnesses.
The 11,050-square-foot clinic is easy to find. It sits just behind the Pulaski Southwest Health Unit, next door to the Southwest Little Rock Community Center, and is adjacent to a U.S. Post office and the CALS' Dee Brown Library.
The clinic features 15 exam rooms, an X-ray suite, Laboratory, and WIC program accommodations.
Arkansas Children's promotes the health and well-being of our staff, patients, and visitors through a tobacco and nicotine-free environment. All Arkansas Children's campuses are tobacco and smoke-free. Through programs designed to help adhere to the hospital's commitment to become tobacco and smoke-free, we will make every effort to support patients, families, and staff with the implementation of this policy.
This decision was made in support of our mission to enhance, sustain and restore the health and development of children and to create and maintain a healthy environment for employees, physicians, families and visitors.