Jefferson County Partners

Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care

1020 W 4th St, STE 300
Little Rock, AR 72201
501-212-8600
www.afmc.org
 
Services Provided: As health care needs have evolved during the past three decades, so has AFMC. We offer a wide range of services related to health care quality, utilization and delivery, as well as public health and awareness. Our clients include Medicare, Arkansas Medicaid, Mississippi Medicaid, Alabama Medicaid and others. We have formed strong partnerships with local, state and national organizations and agencies. Our staff members, from clinicians to social marketers, have been nationally recognized. We are expanding our role and our reach, and hope to offer a wide range of health-related products and services to a growing list of clients. 

Baptist Health

 
9501 Baptist Health Dr
Little Rock, AR
(501) 202-7000
https://www.baptist-health.com/
 

Services Provided: Baptist Health exists to provide quality patient-centered services for every need and condition, from A to Z. We’ve selected some of your most commonly-searched services, but the depth of what we offer extends far beyond this list. If you’re having trouble finding what you need, please be sure to try the search box at the top of this page. We also have friendly representatives at Baptist Health HealthLine ready to assist with information or even scheduling appointments, if needed. Call HealthLine toll-free at 1-888-227-8478.

 

 

 

Arkansas Tobacco Control

101 East Capitol Ave., Suite 401
Little Rock, AR 72201-3826
Office: 501-682-9756 
http://www.atc.ar.gov/
 

Service Provided:  The agency’s primary mission and responsibility is to regulate the sale of tobacco in the State of Arkansas and enforce all laws pertaining to tobacco. The agency regulates tobacco manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. Our job is to serve these businesses by helping them be aware of all the laws governing tobacco sales in Arkansas and to serve the citizens of our state in the process. An important role the agency plays is enforcing the tobacco sales to minor prohibition. This is done through free training provided to merchants, educational efforts and undercover operations that determine if retailers are complying with the law and protecting our youngest citizens. Currently, Arkansas’ sale to minor violation rate is one of the lowest in the nation.

Arkansas State Hospice and Palliative Care Association

411 S Victory St, STE 205
Little Rock, AR 72201
501-375-1300
http://www.hpcaa.org/
 

Services Provided: 

Hospice and Palliative Care Association of Arkansas promotes quality end-of-life care and serves its members in their public service goals. HPCAA serves the following purposes in meeting our larger mission:

  • To be a common voice for HPCAA members in issues surrounding end-of-life care.
  • To be a catalyst for improving end-of-life care in Arkansas.
  • To represent its members on hospice and end-of-life care matters in state federal policy-making.
  • To be a focal point in Arkansas for communications with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.
  • To provide educational opportunities for its members and the community on end-of-life care issues.
  • To promote hospice care in Arkansas.
  • To encourage recognition of hospice volunteers throughout Arkansas.
  • To serve as a communication conduit among HPCAA members.
  • To promote high standards for hospice care in Arkansas.
  • To uphold the highest ethical standards among its members.

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Arkansas State Dental Hygienists Association

P.O. Box 1583
Conway, AR  72033
 501-514-0255
http://asdha.net/

Services Provided: To improve the public’s total health, the mission of the ASDHA is to advance the art and science of dental hygiene by ensuring access to quality oral health care, increasing the awareness of the cost-effective benefits of prevention, promoting the highest standards of dental hygiene education, licensure, practice and research, and representing and promoting the interests of dental hygienists.

Arkansas Public Health Association

P.O. Box 250327
Little Rock, AR 72225
http://www.arkpublichealth.org/

 

The Arkansas Public Health Association was organized on Saturday morning, November 22, 1947, in the Lecture Room of the Robinson Memorial Auditorium, Markham and Broadway Streets, Little Rock, Arkansas. This organizational meeting of APHA was held on the third day of the Annual Conference of the Arkansas State Board of Health. The Annual Conferences were held in part to fulfill the state law requirement that the State Health Officer speak to the employees of the State Board of Health at least once each year.

The Arkansas Public Health Association (APHA) is an affiliate of the American Public Health Association, Inc., and the Southern Health Association. The membership of the Arkansas Public Health Association is made up of individuals from public health disciplines as well as persons interested in the advancement of public health. The Association is organized and shall be operated for the following purposes:a) To promote and protect the public health; b) To aid in the promulgation and enforcement of State and local legislation in the interest of public health; c) To render service and assistance in time of public emergency and necessity; d) To bring into closer association persons and organizations for the purpose of aiding in the promotion of public health; e) To do and perform such other acts and services as are deemed to be in the interest of the public health and welfare; and f) To promote and assist in training and education in the field of Public Health.

Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation

1910 N Grant St, STE 1-A
Little Rock, AR 72207
www.arprostatecancer.org/
 

Services Provided: The Foundation’s mission is to promote awareness, encourage timely detection and support improved treatment of prostate cancer in Arkansas.

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Arkansas Ovarian Cancer Coalition

P.O. Box 7796
Little Rock, AR 72117
arkansasovariancancer.org/
 
 
The Arkansas Ovarian Cancer Coalition (AROVCC) has developed into the driving force against ovarian cancer in the State. The AROVCC exists with the purpose to educate the public about the signs and symptoms affecting the women of Arkansas.Our membership is comprised of individuals who each have been personally impacted by ovarian cancer. We work to help save lives by disseminating information on the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, ovarian cancer research, and resources available. By promoting professional and public awareness through educational materials, mass mail-outs, rallies, seminars and fundraising events we hope to inform every woman within the state of Arkansas.The AROVCC is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization.The AROVCC has developed literature detailing the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer. The literature is provided first to citizens of Arkansas, second to Gynecologists, third to Primary Care Physicians within the State of Arkansas. The literature provides awareness to the public, as well as the professionals within the various offices, with the information needed for early detection of this silent and deadly disease.
The AROVCC hosts annual awareness rallies for survivors and others who have been personally impacted by ovarian cancer to join together. Survivors will share their story of triumph and courage and keynote speakers will discuss current research and other resources available.Stay tuned to the website for the latest information on what is coming up with AROVCC.
 

Arkansas Oncology

1000 N. University 
Little Rock, AR 72207
501-661-0060
 

Services Provided: The center is designed to provide you with convenient access to the care you need — close to your home, family and friends.

 

 

Arkansas Minority Health Commission

523 Louisiana, STE 425
Little Rock, AR 72201
501-686-2720
www.arminorityhealth.com/
 

Services Provided: 

The Commission supports its mission through:

  • Studying diseases prevalent in racial and ethnic minority populations and issues related to minority health care access and service delivery
  • Identifying any gaps in the state’s health care delivery system that particularly affect minorities
  • Recommending policy changes to relevant agencies and the Arkansas legislature to improve health and healthcare delivery and access for racial and ethnic minorities

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