We are certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. As such, we offer a wide array of services and strive to limit the number of places you have to go to get your medical care. From wellness visits to management of chronic diseases to acute care needs, we have you covered. We offer in-house lab, electrocardiography, Holter monitors, sleep studies, Allergy Testing and Treatment, Travel Medicine and Immunizations, Bone Densitometry, an After-Hourse Nurse Line, and access to your information via our Patient Portal. We are also very pleased to offer both an On-Site Dietitian and an On-Site Counselor.
The Patient-Centered Medical Home is a term used to describe a team-based approach to healthcare. Our office serves as the central location for all your healthcare needs. The goals of the Patient-Centered Medical Home are better access to health care, increased satisfaction, improved health, and reduced overall healthcare costs.
Carly Davis, MS, RD, LD, is our dietitian, and she is here to help guide you on your quest to better health and wellness. Meeting with our dietitian is a free service offered to all of our patients. We also offer this service to patients who follow with other primary care providers for a fee. Anyone can benefit with a meeting with our dietitian. Whether you have a diagnosis of diabetes and want to reverse that process or have heart disease and want to better your chances of being around in the long-term, a meeting with our dietitian is for you. If you are overweight and want to lose weight, a meeting with our dietitian is for you. If you are seemingly healthy and want to make sure you are on the right track to stay in the best health possible, a meeting with our dietitian is for you. To schedule an appointment with Carly, call us at 501.327.0110.
We offer in-house counseling on Mondays and Fridays with two providers who each have over 20 years of experience in mental health. Londa Revis, LCSW, is with us on Fridays, and, through a partnership with Conway Counseling & Wellness Center, Marian Smith, PhD., joins us on Mondays. Sessions are available to individuals, couples, and families. They work in collaboration with our medical providers to provide services for all individuals--school aged to geriatric. The following are just some of the things our counselors can help you with:
To schedule a counseling session, simply call us at 501.327.0110.
Freeman Family Medicine will soon be offering telemedicine visits. This will be a new service and will help streamline your access to care. More information to come!
Please call our After-Hours Nurse Line at (501) 548-7028 if you have any of the following:
If you have any emergency, do not call the Nurse Line. Call 911.
Please refrain from using the After-Hours Nurse Line for refill requests or scheduling appointments. We will be happy to take care of these issues during our regular hours at (501) 327-0110 or by visiting our Patient Portal.
Our patient portal offers you streamlined access to us and your medical information. With the Patient Portal you can:
If you do not have a patient portal account, contact us at (501) 327-0110 or email us to setup an account.
Allergies are an abnormal response of the immune system. If you suffer from allergies, your immune system reacts to a usually harmless substance in your environment. These substances, such as pollen, mold, and animal dander, are called allergens, and can lead to annoying symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, runny nose, and itchy eyes.
If you have allergies, your physician or nurse practitioner can arrange allergy testing with our on-site Clinical Allergy Specialist, Casey Oberg. Allergy testing determines exactly what you are allergic to. The method we use is a skin test and is preformed by gently scratching or pricking the skin with a tiny comb. There are no needles involved, and the test is done one your arms so you can see your results.
Over-the-counter drugs, such as Claritin, Zyrtec, and Allegra, certainly have their place in the treatment of allergies, but they only temporarily mask your symptoms. Allergy shots, also known as immunotherapy, is aimed at decreasing your sensitivity to allergens by slowly administering increasing amounts of allergens over an extended period of time. Immunotherapy is administered subcutaneously either in the office, or you can also safely self-administer at home if it is deemed appropriate.
There are many benefits of immunotherapy, including decreasing your symptoms and risk of developing allergic asthma. You can also expect more productivity in the workplace, fewer days missed from work due to allergies, and less money spent on over-the-counter medications. Immunotherapy has the ability to eliminate your allergies. A vast majority, 85% of patients, state they achieve symptom relief within the first year of starting immunotherapy.
If you are interested in Allergy Testing & Treatment, call us to schedule an appointment at 501.327.1110 or send us an email.
We are associated with Travel Clinics of America and are trained in Travel Medicine to ensure a safe journey while abroad. We have all required vaccines in-stock, including Yellow Fever and Typhoid, and consultations are available if desired.
We carry all CDC recommended vaccines for people of all ages, form newborn to the elderly, including the new shingles vaccine, Shingrix, which is recommended for everyone over the age of 50.
Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by the thinning and deterioration of bone tissue and loss of bone density. It is a condition common in post-menopausal women that can generally progresses over time and can lead to an increase risk of fracturing bones.
Osteoporosis may not cause any symptoms at all. Over time, signs of osteoporosis may develop and include severe back pain, loss of height, a stooped posture, and bone fractures from seemingly minor falls.
Medicines known as bisphosphonates are the standard of care for the treatment of osteoporosis. These come in both pill form and injectable form and can be given as frequently as once a week or as infrequently as once per year, depending on the specific type of medication used. The hope is that over time these medicines increase bone density and prevent fractures.
Osteoporosis is diagnosed by getting a bone density test with a bone densitometer. This test will tell your doctor whether you have normal bone density, osteopenia (thinning of the bone but not enough thinning to be considered osteoporosis), or osteoporosis. It also helps determine your risk of fracture.
We offer in-house testing with our Hologic Bone Densitometer. Kathy, our Certified Clinical Densitometry Technician, has been serving as our bone density technician since 1999. Testing is available to our patients who are deemed appropriate for testing, and we also accept referrals from other physicians for bone density testing.