Outpatient Clinic: One Stop Shop Provides Primary and Specialty Care

Holland Doran

Seniors find that they can receive most of their primary and specialty care under one roof at the Thomas and Lyon Longevity Clinic in the UAMS Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging. “We developed the clinic to be a one-stop shop,” said Ann Riggs, M.D., clinic medical director and professor in the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatrics in the … Read More

Aging Well: Emerging Issues for Older Arkansans

Elizabeth Caldwell

People want to age well. Most want to remain in their homes as long as possible. They want to stay active and contributing members of society. In Arkansas, as with the rest of the nation, people are living longer. While the state’s aging population faces some of the same challenges as the rest of the country — how to remain … Read More

About This Issue – Fall 2014

Dan Rahn, M.D. and Jeanne Wei, M.D., Ph.D.

Dear Readers, We are all aging. This is a fact. In the United States, the population showing the greatest growth on a percent basis is in individuals between the age of 80 and 90! Individuals of advanced age are no longer “put out to pasture” but instead are or wish to be vibrant contributing members of society. Our goal at UAMS, through a wide … Read More