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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

UAMS opens walk-in clinic near Capitol

Posted By on Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 10:20 AM

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UAMS has opened a neighborhood clinic on Capitol Avenue, in the Victory Building just a few yards down the hill from the Capitol.

It will be open from 8 to 5 for patients of all ages. More information here. Said a release:

Charles W. Smith, M.D., director of Primary Care Services at UAMS, said the clinic offers the same level of service and access to health professionals as any UAMS primary care location, with additional flexibility for walk-in patients.

“This clinic is going to concentrate on providing services to the people who are downtown near the Capitol Mall area, in particular the state employees,” Smith said. “We want to encourage them to utilize our services for walk-in care or primary care. We will be working hard to make sure we serve those who work or who may live downtown.”


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