Arkansas’ Leader in Cardiovascular Care

Leaders in Heart Health

Arkansas Cardiology, a department of Baptist Health, is the state’s leader in cardiovascular care.

We are committed to providing the most advanced cardiovascular services in the state, including interventional cardiology, nuclear cardiology, electrophysiology, heart failure, structural cardiology, and peripheral vascular diagnostics and intervention. We strive to give each patient the same immediacy and quality care that we would give a member of our family.

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About Us

For more than 30 years, Arkansas Cardiology has provided our patients with the most advanced cardiovascular services in the state. Our Board-Certified cardiologists not only specialize in diagnosing and treating heart disease but also pioneered the concept of sub-specialization within cardiology here in Arkansas. They have further refined their skills by sub-specializing in electrophysiology, interventional cardiology, nuclear cardiology, heart failure, structural heart disease, and peripheral vascular diagnostics and interventions. By sub-specializing, Arkansas Cardiology staff provides you with both the breadth and depth of cardiology found only in the most highly sophisticated practices in the country.

In addition, Arkansas Cardiology is committed to giving each patient the same immediacy and quality care we would provide a family member. Our physicians carefully take time to explain treatment options and the prescribed course of care thoroughly. This means we will give you, the patient, a close personal physician/patient relationship. Our physicians will know your history from your chart and through one-on-one interaction throughout your care.

Arkansas Cardiology is the state’s first…

  • To recruit a fellowship-trained electrophysiologist to private practice

  • To offer cardiac imaging in an office-based nuclear laboratory staffed by the first fellowship-trained nuclear cardiologist in private practice

  • To perform coronary stenting from the wrist

  • To perform carotid artery stenting

  • To perform coronary angioplasty in private practice

  • To implant an automatic implantable cardiac defibrillator

  • To perform a cardiac ablation

  • To perform therapeutic hypothermia for cardiac arrest

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P.A. Research Department is committed to the development of new technologies and treatments for cardiovascular disease through partnerships with major industry companies. Our staff is committed to the community and our patient population by adhering to ethical research practices and safety of the participants. At this time, we are enrolling subjects who may qualify with the following diagnoses:

  • Diastolic Heart Failure – If you have been diagnosed with diastolic heart failure and have symptoms such as shortness of breath, swelling and take treatments for this issues, you may qualify for a new oral medication.

  • Lipoprotein A – If you have had a heart attack, a stent or a coronary artery bypass or a combination of these events, you may qualify for a new treatment to lower Lipoprotein A, which is a genetic form of bad cholesterol.

  • Atrial fibrillation – If you have persistent or chronic atrial fibrillation and require treatment with an anticoagulation therapy, you may qualify for a new drug treatment for this condition called Factor XIa inhibitor. This treatment is being compared to Eliquis. You would receive medication through 36 months.

For more information about trials and/or research at Arkansas Cardiology, please email us at ACCresearch@arcard.org


9501 Baptist Health Dr. Suite 600

Little Rock, AR 72205

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