Heroes of Children's Hospital - a Dateline NBC exclusive - looking at life as a first year resident at ACH
For 3 years in a row ACH was ranked on FORTUNE magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For® list. To learn more about ACH, click here.
Pediatric Training at its Best
The UAMS Pediatric Training Program is a fully accredited, medium-sized, general pediatrics training program located in a free-standing building at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. We provide a solid foundation in general pediatrics with clinical experiences in all pediatric subspecialties, preparing our residents to enter any area of pediatrics.
Our residents have the best pediatric training thanks to our wonderful and complete patient population, dedicated and innovative faculty who place our resident’s training as a top priority, and fellow residents willing to support the learning of their colleagues.
Whether it is at the bedside, in a conference room, or in our fully functional simulation center, we are constantly learning and teaching each other for the betterment of our patients, our state, and ourselves.
Meet a Resident
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A Great Place to Live
Little Rock really is a great place to live! In the September 2013 issue of Kiplinger's magazine, Little Rock has been rated as the top midsize city in the U.S. What makes Little Rock such as great place to live (and work)? According to Kiplinger's definition, you need good jobs, reasonably priced homes, decent schools, great health care and a manageable size. Little Rock certainly has all those things and much more!
We hope that you will check out our Guide to Little Rock to learn more about why our residents love living, working and playing in Little Rock!
The South Wing is Open
2012 was a big year at ACH. We celebrated 100 years of providing care, love and hope to the children and families of Arkansas and we opened a brand new building! The South Wing, a 258,000-square foot patient facility, houses a new ER department, updated intensive care units for cardiovascular and neonatal patients and five new outpatient clinics. Check out a tour of the South Wing below.