Clinic Updates:

Parkhill Clinic will now allow our patients to have ONE support person accompany them to their appointment.

The safety of our patients and staff continues to be our utmost concern.

Thank you for your understanding!

Arkansas Mask Mandate Update

Parkhill is encouraged to see the cases of COVID-19 continue to decline while the number of vaccines distributed continues to climb! We will continue to follow these CDC guidelines to do everything we can to keep our patients and staff safe. With news of the mask mandate being lifted for Arkansas, it is important that our patients know a couple of things:

  1. Masks are still required to be worn inside all Parkhill facilities
  2. COVID-19 symptom screenings will still take place prior to each appointment.
  3. ONE support person can accompany you to an appointment.
  4. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office.

Vaccine Information from Dr. Scott Stern, Chief Medical Officer, CARTI Cancer Center:

In these videos, Dr. Stern from the CARTI Cancer Center breaks down what is in the COVID vaccine, how it works, and the approval process. If you have questions or concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine options, please watch these videos.


We are experiencing continued surge of COVID-19 in Northwest Arkansas and with that comes increasing potential for exposures in our clinic.
The CDC states that if the healthcare provider and the patient are wearing masks, that transmission of COVID-19 is minimized. Therefore, any patient that cannot wear a mask for the entirety of the visit to our clinic will need to reschedule their appointment by calling 479-521-4433 or schedule a telemedicine appointment by calling 479-521-4433.

We appreciate your cooperation during these challenging times.

We are open and scheduling appointments!

As a reminder:

  • TeleMedicine visits are still available to patients. This is a convenient way to talk to your doctors from your mobile phone.
  • You may have ONE support person with you for OB ultrasounds.
  • Please do not come to the office if you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, or direct contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

COVID-19 Update from Parkhill Clinic:

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Mental Health during COVID-19:

TeleMed is now Available!

We are happy to announce that we are now offering TeleMed! Patients can call the clinic to speak to a nurse who will determine if a TeleMed appointment is appropriate for you. At this time, several insurances are covering TeleMed appointments. We also have discounted, self-pay prices available.

Please call our clinic to get more information. 479-521-4433

Washington Regional Medical Center now has a COVID-19 hotline.

If you are experiening symptoms such as cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, fever, chills or aches, please call the hotline at 479-463-2055.