Internal Medicine Clinic - South The primary care doctors at the UAMS Division of General Internal Medicine are exceptionally qualified to meet your medical needs. Our doctors are certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and have been recognized as local, regional and national medical leaders with many honors and awards, including America's [...]
UAMS Neighborhood Clinic - Rahling Road Located in the Chenal area of West Little Rock, our clinic offers the high quality of services provided by UAMS in the convenience of your neighborhood. Our caring and compassionate doctors provide personalized treatment, from annual exams and preventive care to specialists who can help you manage complex [...]
Regional Family Medical Centers At UAMS, we want to serve Arkansans in all areas of our state. Our goal is to help Arkansans receive high quality medical care through local primary care centers. Since these clinics are an outreach of UAMS, medical providers in rural areas and smaller cities have access to the state-of-the-art technology [...]
Stroke Services Stroke is a debilitating disease, which can make individuals reliant on others for their care and daily needs. The Neurology Department at UAMS provides some of the best care in Arkansas for individuals who have had a stroke or are at risk of a stroke. By working with UAMS doctors who specialize in [...]
Natural disasters may trigger a condition known as broken heart syndrome, according to a study led by Sadip Pant, M.D., senior medicine resident at UAMS.
The neighborhood where you live is a risk factor for stroke, says a multi-year study led by Appathurai Balamurugan, M.D., M.P.H., of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), and Arkansas Department of Health.
Sept. 28, 2012 | Two of Arkansas' most trusted names in health care are expanding a unique collaborative to bring subspecialty services directly to children and families in northeast Arkansas.
Nov. 29, 2011 | A University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) study has found that women are 7.5 times more likely to experience “broken heart syndrome,” heart attack-like symptoms that occur during sudden or continuing stress.
June 24, 2011 | In a study that is receiving national attention, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) researchers recently found that rheumatoid arthritis patients have a 60 percent increased risk for an abnormal heart rhythm that can cause stroke.
<span class="content">LITTLE ROCK – Allison Shaw-Devine, M.D., has joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) as an assistant professor within the College of Medicine’s Division of Cardiovascular Medicine.</span>