The local vaccine clinic will take place Tuesday, Sept. 27, at the Clark County Health Unit, 605 S. 10th St., Arkadelphia. Hours are 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
State Medicaid officials made a subtle change this month to reduce the number of low-income Arkansans who receive financial assistance to purchase private health insurance.
Many of the Arkansas crisis pregnancy centers that applied for state funding hope to use the money for digital advertising, including targeted ads aimed at Arkansans who might have an unplanned pregnancy, according to the applications.
Legislators approved a request from the Department of Human Services for up to $6 million in federal pandemic relief funding to support a Camden hospital at risk of closing.
State and local officials still must develop plans for how to spend the settlement funds, which have restrictions on the type of programs they can target.
CHI St. Vincent announced that Dr. Benjamin Martin has joined the team of leading physicians at the CHI St. Vincent Primary Care Clinic in Arkadelphia.
People living in cars, parks, and on the street at night, which the agency labels unsheltered homelessness, has increased across the nation.