One Clinic, Multiple Locations
Our providers all work together to provide a high standard of pediatric care to your children.
We are happy to offer pediatric care in three locations.
The Arkansas Pediatric Clinic originated as the private practice of Dr. Barney Briggs in 1938. It was one of the first pediatric clinics in Arkansas and was initially located in the Donaghey Building in Downtown Little Rock. Today, APC is located in the Doctor's Building on University Avenue. We have a team of highly trained pediatricians which has been a cornerstone of Arkansas Pediatric Clinic throughout its history. Today, there are ten physicians in the practice, some of whom work part-time.
At Arkansas Pediatric Clinic, we strive to provide a medical home for your children, providing care for infants, children and adolescents. We have a well equipped lab where most tests are done in house. We have a very dedicated staff who works hard to provide the highest quality medical care for your child and appreciate your interest in our clinic. Come by anytime and meet our team!
Arkansas Pediatric Clinic Mission
Our Mission Arkansas Pediatric Clinic is a medical practice dedicated to providing quality patient care with unrelenting attention to clinical excellence, patient safety and an unparalleled passion and commitment to assure the very best healthcare for those we serve. Our Vision To be the Pediatric practice of choice for patients, physicians and employees in Central Arkansas because of our patient care and long standing history of excellence. To be well recognized as a healthcare leader and innovator in Arkansas. To be a prominent community member known for meeting the healthcare needs of the entire community through incomparable patient care and wellness programs.
Arkansas Pediatric Clinic Values
Trust – Honest and open communication with patients and among staff.
Teamwork – Recognizes the contribution of all but requires sacrifice for the benefit of the patient so as to enhance the health of the communities served and works in cooperation with other organizations to protect vulnerable populations throughout our service areas.
Cooperation – Between patient and staff, as well as the various clinical professions and specialties.
Integrity – Honesty, fairness and self-scrutiny in everything we do, as the ideal means to protect overall safety, as well as assure confidentiality and privacy.