The UAMS Family Medical Center, Fort Smith provides primary care medical services to patients of all ages. We not only offer treatment for acute medical conditions but also ongoing treatment for chronic conditions such as asthmadiabetes, hypertension, heart disease, pulmonary conditions, and arthritis.

Our services also extend to annual physicals and wellness visits including well woman and well child visits. We cover pediatric conditions to senior health care with both child and adult immunizations. We also offer men’s, women’s health and maternity care services. Our highly-trained doctors in Fort Smith provide care for women before, during and after pregnancy. We also provide colon and cervical cancer screenings.

The current center contains 24 examination rooms, and we are in the process of building a state of the art facility that will be completed in the spring of 2017.  We provide same day appointments as well as convenient walk-in visits for our patients.  Our facility in Fort Smith has both a minor surgical suite and gynecology procedure room where we perform in-office procedures including exercise stress testing, OB ultrasound, fetal monitoring and minor surgeries.  Our moderate complexity in-house laboratory and digital x-ray services allow for most testing to be done at our facility.

Your Online Patient Medical Record

See all the things you can do without leaving your house:

  • Request an appointment
  • Email your doctor
  • View yours or your child’s medical records
  • See your laboratory results
  • And more

Go to the UAMS Family Medical Center Fort Smith Patient Portal.

Patient Education

UAMS Family Medical Center, Fort Smith regularly provides useful educational information for our patients via social media on Facebook and Twitter.

We are also connected to the West Central Center on Aging and UAMS Medical Center and Clinics. The Center on Aging’s mission is to promote successful aging for seniors residing in our 13-county region and they have an abundance of resources to help our patients.

End of Life Care

What kind of medical care would you want if you get too ill to express your wishes? Decisions about end of life care are difficult even when people are well. If a person is seriously ill, these decisions can seem overwhelming. Advance directives are legal documents that allow you to communicate your wishes to family, friends and healthcare professionals, and avoid confusion later on. You don’t have to have a terminal illness to express your end of life care wishes in writing.

Learn more about advance directives:
English version
Spanish version
If you or someone you know has a terminal illness, check out this video.

Patient Centered Medical Home

In 2015, UAMS West was recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Care Facility under the 2014 Standards (the highest level). In addition, 5 of our providers have been recognized by NCQA for providing Quality Care to patients with Diabetes.

Caring for you is the most important job of your Patient Centered Medical Home. We use a team approach to help you understand your medical conditions and help you care for yourself. Some of the features of the Medical Home include: Availability of same day appointments, timely communication with your care team by phone or via the patient portal, even when the clinic is closed.  Our team of doctors, nurses, and other providers strive to provide better quality of care, with greater focus on prevention, chronic disease management, and better coordination of all your healthcare needs. Learn more about the Patient Centered Medical Home here.

Watch this video about the medical home!


UAMS Family Medical Center, Fort Smith is affiliated with Sparks Regional Medical Center and offers a wide range of medical specialties and advanced diagnostic facilities with the latest technology to provide their patients with quality health care.

For Medical needs when the clinic is closed

If you need clinical advice on evenings, weekends or holidays, call our doctor on call at (479) 785-2431 and an operator from Sparks Regional Medical Center will put you in contact with our doctor on call within 30 minutes.