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Clinic Counts 100,000th Patient

Need For Low-Cost Health Care Growing

Posted: January 23, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Kenneth Davis, 3, plays with one of the gifts he received Tuesday for being the 100,000th patient at the Community Clinic in Rogers. Him mom, Gisela Davis, and his sister, Marcela Davis, got in on the fun.

Three-year-old Kenneth Davis got a box of goodies and lots of attention Tuesday morning at the Rogers Community Clinic.

At A Glance

Community Clinic History

• 2008: Rogers office expands, moves to current Center for Non-Profits location.

• 2009: Siloam Springs medical office expands.

• 2011: Community Clinic opens school-based health centers at Owl Creek Elementary School in Fayetteville and Jones Elementary School in Springdale.

• 2012: Rogers office expands 3,700 square feet and opens 16 more exam rooms.

Plans For Growth In 2013

• Community Clinic Springdale Medical will move family practice to a new site on the same campus, increasing the number of exam rooms for family practice from six to 15. The expansion will also add four work spaces to Springdale Dental.

• Community Clinic will open school-based health centers in the fall at Elmdale and Parson Hills elementary schools in Springdale and Prairie Grove Elementary School.

Source: Community Clinic

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