If you have health insurance, you will want to look at your insurer's list of doctors in Fayetteville and choose one as your Primary Care doctor. If you do not have insurance, or are of low-to-moderate income, there are several health resources available to you at low cost.
The Community Clinic offers services in English, Spanish and Marshallese, and accepts Medicaid, Medicare and most other forms of insurance. A discount program is available to patients based on income and household size, and we are dedicated to serving all in need of health care, regardless of their ability to pay.
For appointments, call: 1-855-438-2280
Welcome Health Center
WelcomeHealth provides quality medical care, dental care and support services in partnership with other community resources to low-income individuals regardless of their ability to pay.
1100 N. Woolsey Ave.
Fayetteville, AR 72703
Arkansas Department of Health, Washington County Health Unit
Provides a range of services including women's health, maternity, immunization, TB prevention and more. The Washington County Health Unit is also the administrator for the state Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program (see below).
3270 Wimberly Dr.
Fayetteville AR 72703
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. Arkansas WIC is a program within the Arkansas Department of Health.
WIC provides: supplemental foods high in nutrients needed for growth and development, nutrition education; information, support and encouragement for breastfeeding, and referrals for other health services. Information can be obtained at your local County Health Unit. (see above)
Planned Parenthood services include women's health, men's health, family planning, sexually transmitted diseases (STD) testing and treatment, HIV/AIDS testing, pregnancy services, immunizations and hepatitis C testing.
3729 N Crossover St Suite 107
Fayetteville AR 72703
FreeClinics provides a listing of free health clinics around Northwest Arkansas.
Urgent Care Clinics
In case of a sudden illness or injury, you may visit one of several Urgent Care Walk-in Clinics in Fayetteville, which are open 24 hours. There are fees for this service. Most clinics accept insurance.
Other Health-Related Resources
Arkansas Minority Health Commission
The mission of the Arkansas Minority Health Commission (AMHC) is to assure all minority Arkansans equitable access to preventive health care and to seek ways to promote health and prevent diseases and conditions that are prevalent among minority populations. To accomplish this, the commission focuses on addressing existing disparities in minority communities, educating these communities on healthier lifestyles, promoting awareness of services and accessibility within our health care system and making recommendations to relevant agencies, the Governor and to the state legislature.