Dr. Sneed joined The Children’s Clinic in 1993. Dr. Rouse joined the Children’s Clinic in 2001.Read More
The Children’s Clinic weekend clinic hours have changed. Appointments are available for Saturday ONLY.
Saturday’s sick call clinic will continue to be appointment ONLY. You may call from 8am to 10am on Saturday for an appointment. ALL SICK callers will be given an appointment time.
As always, our phones are answered 24 hours a day/7 days a week.Read More
The Children’s Clinic recently participated in the Walk MS – Northeast Arkansas on team Docs Fight MS Walk on April 26, 2014 at Jonesboro High School. Docs fight MS raised 11,340.00 for the cause.
The walk is a fundraiser for finding the cure for Multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable, often disabling, disease of the central nervous system that interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. Millions of people are affected by MS and the challenges of living with its unpredictable symptoms, which range from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are moving us closer to a world free of MS.
Dr. Rouse and Dr. Sneed handed out medals for the winners of The St. Bernards Medical Group Health & Fitness Expo Kids Rock and Run 5K.
Participants dressed as their favorite hero and kicked the run off with a parade at the Convocation Center. The run is a one mile run and the culmination of a 13 mile challenge. Kids were challenged to run 12 miles prior to the event and run their last mile at the expo.
National Poison Prevention Week is March 16 – 22, 2014.
An estimated 90,000 children are treated in emergency rooms nationwide and about 30 die each year due to poison-related incidents. The good news, many of these poison-related incidents are preventable.
The first step in prevention is identifying poison danger. Nine out of ten times unintentional poisoning incidents occure in the home, and many involve commonly used medicines and household chemicals. Simple steps such as keeping products in original containers, properly sealed after each use and stored up and away and out of child’s reach and sight can go a long way in preventing unintentional exposure. It is also important to know what to do in case of exposure.
For more information about poison awareness, download 50+ Poisoning Prevention Tips.Read More
CareZone makes it easier to stay organized and effective when caring for a parent, child, or someone in need. From your computer, smartphone or tablet you can safely organize files, contacts, and medications, and coordinate with family and other caregivers using a shared calendar and journal.
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You can also keep your family’s info with you whenever you go with the CareZone App.
CareZone and the CareZone apps are currently free and comes with no advertisement. To read their FAQs, click here.
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Did you know The Children’s Clinic offers Lactation Services? Amber Sloan, one of our APRN’s is a Certified Lactation Consultant who is scheduling appointments to assist in all your breastfeeding needs! Whether you are a first-time mom or an experienced one, breastfeeding sometimes can pose unique challenges. We can help no matter what stage of breastfeeding you are in, newborn or even going back to work.
Call our office to schedule your lactation appointment. Lactation clinic is offered most Thursday mornings or on alternate days if needed.Read More