Jonesboro Family Medical Center

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Jonesboro Clinic Information

Telephone

870-972-0063

Location

223 E. Jackson Ave.
Jonesboro, AR 72401

Clinic Hours

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday

The UAMS Family Medical Center, Jonesboro 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 asthma, diabetes, hypertension and arthritis. We cover all stages of life from pediatric conditions to senior health care. We also offer gynecology and obstetric services.

The clinic provides convenient diagnostic and support services on site. We are also able to perform minor office surgical procedures in clinic. We offer routine routine adult and pediatric immunizations. Our caring and compassionate staff serves an 11-county region that includes:

New Location In January

We are excited to announce our new building! It will open for patients January 17, 2014. This state-of-the-art clinic was designed and built with you, the patient in mind. This new clinic will also feature an express care clinic to accommodate same-day doctor visits. To meet with your healthcare team today, call 870-972-0063 for an appointment.

After Hours Medical Emergencies

If an emergency develops after office hours or on weekends or holidays, our physicians are on call at St. Bernards Medical Center at 870-972-4100 and NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital at 870-972-7000. Please call or go to one of these facilities and ask for the physician on call for the Family Medical Center.

Affiliations

UAMS Family Medical Center, Jonesboro is affiliated with St. Benard’s Medical Center and NEA Baptist Medical Center. The clinic is also affiliated with the UAMS Medical Center and clinics.

UAMS Family Medical Center, Jonesboro Doctors

Dosha Cummins – She is a Pharm.D. who joined the faculty in Jonesboro in 1996. Her practice includes drug therapy consultations to medical residents and regional physicians, pharmacists and nurses.

Amanda Deel – She is a Lt Commander with the U.S. Navy and served in the Navy until 2009. She returned to Jonesboro to complete her family practice residency. Her main clinical interest is obstetric care.

Scott Dickson - He served as the Chief of the Department of Family Medicine at St. Bernards Medical Center from 2007 to 2009. He is involved in the Arkansas Academy of Family Physicians as well as the Jonesboro Church Health Clinic.

Tom Frank - He was the first clinical pharmacist to join the AHEC program in 1985. He has been recognized as one of the most influential pharmacists in the U.S. by Drug Topics.

Elaine Gillespie – She is a native of Jonesboro and completed her internship and residency at Jonesboro. She performs all ultrasounds at the clinic.

William Hurst - He completed his residency in Jonesboro in 1992. He serves as the medical director of the Jonesboro Church Health Center.

Scott Laffoon - He has been on staff at Jonesboro Family Medical Center since 1996. He was in private practice before that in Paragould.

Michael Mackey - He served as director of AHEC Northeast from 1981 until 2006. His specialties include internal medicine and nephrology.

Leslye McGrath - She is a native of Monette, Ark. She completed her residency at Jonesboro where she was a co-chief resident her last year.

Darrell Ragland – He is originally from Bryant, Ark., and attended UAMS. He is a member of both the American Academy of Family Practice and the Arkansas Medical Society.

Joe Stallings - He has been at the Jonesboro Family Medical Center since 1982 where he was previously the Family Medicine Residency Director. He also serves as the Craighead County Health Officer.