Epilepsy and Neurology Clinic
5800 W. 10th St.
Freeway Medical Tower
Little Rock, AR 72205
Overall: 4.3 out of 5
(62 Ratings, 10 Comments)
I really appreciated how Taneicie Sabb, APRN took the time to find out the information that she could about my medical history. I am a new patient to the clinic and had not had any of my neuro records sent to UAMS yet. She was very professional and provided excellent education.
The Nurse Practitioner is outstanding, very attentive in her consultation with my chart, during our interview, and in taking questions to the doctor about anything she was uncertain of doing. I went to the Neurology Clinic on the second floor of the Jackson Stephens Building on the main UAMS campus, out of inattentiveness, force of habit, misreading the instructions and visual impairment. (This Clinic became separate and moved in June,) The Jackson Stephens staff was extremely helpful, advising the Clinic I was going to be delayed, arranging for me to get to Freeway Medical Tower, while being kind and supportive. They really put the 'care' in 'medical care'.??
You all did really well by transition it over to the Freeway Medical building. The parking is better. There is no congestion. You can breathe inside of the building inside of the office. Everything is Pleasant. Everything is clean. I think you all made a great move in moving the Epilepsy Center over to the Freeway Medical Center. I hope you are all decide to keep it there, but that's where it definitely needs are stay. Thank you.
My son is [NAME], and I'm telling you, without your help I would have gone insane. I really appreciate everything that you guys are doing, and have done for us. You could never imagine how much it has meant to us. Thank you very much.
I wasn't a fan of this clinic. They never did the proper hand and motor skills all clinics are supposed to do. I've had epilepsy for 30 years and this is the first place I've been that they never had me do the walking test, hand eye coordination test etc. The phlebotomist came in to the room to draw blood because she didn't have the equipment (lab chair) to perform the job so I had to position my arm so she could bend down to draw it. She never asked for my name and date of birth or asked me to check the label before and or after drawing blood. I had to ask her to confirm my information before walking out the door. I would much rather go to another clinic and or facility pending you had more options in the state. It seemed like this office was very inexperienced at my visit. The NP was extremely inexperienced. It seemed like they just picked any random person to take that job.
We got the pre-tele call to check our possible COVID status...FOR A TELECONFERENCE. It was ludicrous!! She called 7 times...we were sleeping. It was not 30 minutes before the teleconference, as we were told to be available. It was way earlier. The young lady was very pleasant, but things didn't seem to be appropriately organized. We were thankful for the time we had with the Nurse Practitioner, though...it's been way too long that we've been able to see or talk with anyone there.