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At Arkansas Urology, we provide specialty services you won’t find anywhere else in the state. We offer urologic services in our state-of-the-art facility and comprehensive surgery center. Learn more about our service areas, conditions and treatment.

COVID-19

 

 

At Arkansas Urology in an effort to increase safety for our patients during this time, we ask that anyone experiencing a fever with symptoms of illness that includes cough, sore throat, runny nose and difficulty breathing please call 501-219-8900 to reschedule your appointment. If you have difficulty reaching a scheduling representative, please leave a message and we will return your call as quickly as possible. For those not experiencing any symptoms, please be advised that all patients are subject to screening prior to entering our facilities. We respectfully request that you arrive with only one guest. Thank you for your cooperation.

At AU, we have a new focus on telemedicine. We would like to offer you the chance to utilize a TeleHealth appointment. This appointment would take place in the comfort and security of your home. All you need is a smartphone, tablet, or computer, with access to a camera. You can call into Arkansas Urology (501) 219-8900 to see if you qualify. No first-time patients. Learn more about our telemedicine services here

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The trained health care professionals at Arkansas Urology are taking the threat of coronavirus seriously, as the safety and well-being of patients and staff is always our highest priority. Our medical staff is focused on minimizing the potential risks by boosting preventive actions and utilizing fundamental infection control protocols, including the standard hand hygiene procedures, contact and airborne precautions, and other key practices within our clinics.

Preventive measures include:

  • Daily cleaning of commonly touched environmental surfaces
  • Using an EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfectant to decrease environmental contamination
  • Re-educating all staff – both clinical and nonclinical – on proper use of personal protective equipment
  • Ensuring that health care providers avoid working while ill and developing policies to account for potential absenteeism during community-wide outbreak
  • All patients need to wear mask and be temperature checked upon entering.
  • No visitors with pts unless have physical or mental need for assistance from caregiver. 
  • Stand 6 feet apart.
  • Health Note text registration will be sent to all patients, please complete as it will expedite your check-in. 
  • Our staff will be wearing masks and PPE.
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    See more frequently asked questions about our policy changes and COVID-19 here.

    For more on COVID-19, visit the CDC's site for the latest news and information.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q - What check-in procedures are changing as a result of COVID-19?
    Staff members will be asking several screening questions prior to both a patient scheduling an appointment and checking in for their appointment to eliminate risk to patients, our medical team and all employees.

    Q - How have staff members been prepared for this?
    All Arkansas Urology staff members received a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan to equip them in implementing preventive measures and to ensure that the safety of our patients as well as their own.

     


     

     

     

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