If you think that you or your child might be infected with Coronavirus, please contact the Arkansas Children’s Hospital 24 hour hotline at 1-800-743-3616. You will be given instructions on what to do regarding testing. You may also go online to UAMSHealth.com/healthnow and answer the online questions. We are not doing Coronavirus testing at our office. It is not currently recommended to test healthy individuals with mild disease. If your questions about Coronavirus testing are not answered, please call our office at 501-224-5437 for further help. You find out more information by clicking on our Corona virus page.
Do not come to our office for Coronavirus treatment. A nurse will be screening all visitors to the clinic. For mild symptoms, it is best to stay at home and use our common cold guidelines to treat this illness: Tylenol for fever, and extra fluids to prevent dehydration. Studies from China show that almost all young children fall into this category of mild disease. If your child develops severe Coronavirus disease symptoms such as shortness of breath, dehydration, confusion or feeling faint, like they might pass out, then call 911 or go to the Arkansas Children’s Hospital emergency room. Please call the ACH ER prior to arrival to tell them of your emergency and to get instructions on how to enter the emergency room.
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On Saturday, April 11, 2020, our Saturday morning “walk in” sick visit clinic was closed until further notice. This closing is due to a very low utilization of this clinic by our patients due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Our on-call physician will be available for telemedicine visits on Saturday mornings from 9:00 am until 11:30 am. A sign will be posted [...]
Dr. Salman will be out of the clinic for the time being but is EXCITED to offer telemedicine appointments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Call our clinic at 501-224-5437 to schedule this appointment. For well child appointments or children who need to be seen in clinic, one of our other physicians would be happy to see your child at our clinic.
All for Kids Pediatric Clinic has added additional protection for our patients whether you are coming in for the Well Child visits in the morning or the sick clinic in the afternoon - You will find a stop sign at the front door with instructions to call and check in. Office staff will ask some screening questions, take the phone number [...]
Today, Monday, March 23, 2020 we will begin offering Telemedicine visits. These visits use a cell phone, tablet or computer to connect us to you with an audio and video connection. This is a secure, HIPPA compliant connection. The types of visits that are appropriate for telemedicine visits include: Colds, Flu follow up Conjunctivitis (pink eye) Feeding issues Vomiting and diarrhea [...]
Dear Patients and Parents of All For Kids Pediatric Clinic, This has been quite a ride these past four days as more people in Arkansas are becoming infected with the novel coronavirus. Because of changing risks due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are making changes to how we are operating as a clinic. These changes are being put in place to [...]
During Governor Hutchinson's news conference today, several updates were given in addition to some different resources. The suggestions were that the last two places you need to be are in a crowded ER or crowded clinic waiting rooms. The following are the resources that UAMS and Arkansan Children's Hospital are offering: UAMS - They have a separate triage center if you [...]
Our physicians at All For Kids pediatric clinic have been watching the current worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We have watched it inch closer and closer to our state. As of this writing, just today, we have our first active case of coronavirus in Arkansas. This event has triggered this post. The infection is rapidly spreading across the world from its origin [...]