The money will be spent to create an indoor play area.
Clinic will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Marie Wilson Howells Chair is named after the native of the Mississippi County town of Wilson that bore her family’s name.
On Tuesday, Consumer Reports recommended parents reduce children's rice consumption.
The 2,735-square-foot Fayetteville clinic features a staff of experienced therapists and top-of-line therapeutic devices.
KARK4's Deedra Wilson finds out how one man not only found a doctor, but medical advancement to treat his symptoms and save his life.
A group that supports increased health coverage for children and low-income Arkansans, says proposed changes to the private option could have a negative effect on those benefiting from new health coverage.
Patients got a chance to showcase and celebrate pieces of art they created in the hospital's Holiday Card Project
After a delay forced health department to bump back its mass flu clinics, the vaccine has arrived.
Ryan and Emily Yeager are in the Nurse Anesthesia program at Arkansas State University.
Kathy Koone Hall, 48, and Melanie Ray Koone McCarty, 28, also face other charges involving billing by long term care business.
The special fundraiser will allow the hospital to buy a "COW," which stands for Computer on Wheels.
Push continues to get the measure before voters in 2016.
People gathered from across the state in Little Rock for the Out of the Darkness Community Walk.
Part of the proceeds go to the family of Dexter McDade, 2, who needs a kidney transplant.
Many say their hands-on training has better prepared them for the workforce.
It's a fast track route to recovery for some patients.
Attorney General's Office issues consumer alert about what to watch out for from these schemes.
Shirley Tyson will step in when Ray Scott retires in December.
It's no secret that a growing minority of lawmakers want to wind down Arkansas' compromise medicaid expansion and are waiting to see the makeup of the legislature come next January.
Today students, faculty and staff received the flu vaccine, thanks to a mass flu campaign.
Mistakenly giving your child too much of a dose of medicine is something researchers say is pretty common.
State health officials say situation involving a patient appears to be "very low risk."
Ebola can survive for only a few hours on dry surfaces like doorknobs and countertops. When it dries, it dies.
Watch this video from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The head of the state nurses association says many nurses feel unprepared for possible ebola cases.
UAMS has dedicated an entire center to health literacy hoping to break down the communication barriers between doctors and their patients.
The majority (67 percent) of those getting coverage are 19 to 44 years old.
Tiny Hands Monster Bash costume party to benefit UAMS Family Home, neonatal intensive care unit.
Part B and prescription drug premium deductibles will remain at $104.90 and $147 respectively.