Family Medicine Clinics in Southern Arkansas
Each of our six CABUN Rural Health Services facilities is a Patient-Centered Medical Home for the people of southern and southwestern Arkansas, from infants to older adults. Our clinics focus on preventive medicine to avoid illness, manage life-altering diseases, and maintain healthy lifestyles.
Whether you have a fever, are ready to quit smoking, or would like more information about advances in diabetes care, the caring specialists at CABUN will listen to your concerns and explain your treatment options in terms that you can understand.
As always, our priority is to bring the best healthcare to all in Arkansas, regardless of your ability to pay. We offer discounted fees to make quality medical care available to all.
- Wellness and Illness Visits
- Diabetes Management
- DOT Physicals for Truck Drivers
- Flu Shots
- Comprehensive Physical Exams
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Preventive Medicine
- COVID-19 Testing
Wellness and Illness Visits
CABUN Rural Health Services is your health care home when you are sick and when you want to learn how to stay as healthy as possible. Our family practice doctors evaluate and treat common illnesses, such as colds, fever, and the stomach flu.
We’re happy to discuss plans for your healthy lifestyle, including diabetes management, weight management, and smoking cessation. At CABUN, you will be seen for an appointment, regardless of your ability to pay.
Arthritis pain and swelling can make it difficult to participate in your favorite activities, as well as perform daily chores. Arthritis occurs for many reasons, including aging, “wear and tear,” trauma, and disease. For most people rest and medications are all that are needed.
CABUN will treat you for arthritis, whether or not you have insurance. You may also be eligible to receive assistance for prescription medications.
Are you bothered by arthritis? Make an appointment to receive help by calling the clinic nearest you, or request an appointment online.
There are more than 25.8 million children and adults in the United States with diabetes, and one out of four people who have diabetes does not know it, according to the American Diabetes Association. Do you know what your blood sugar (glucose) level is?
Diabetes affects how the body uses sugar. There are two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2. People with type 1 diabetes do not produce insulin, a hormone that helps the body use sugar for energy. People with type 1 diabetes must take insulin. Our caring specialists will help keep you informed of the latest advances in self-monitoring equipment and medications.
People with type 2 diabetes may not produce enough insulin or the insulin does not work as it should. Type 2 diabetes is becoming all too common among overweight adults and children in America. In some cases, type 2 diabetes can be prevented.
Some people develop pre-diabetes before experiencing type 2 diabetes. We will help you understand pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes and teach you how you may lower your blood sugar levels with weight loss, exercise, and dietary changes. Our providers will teach you how to monitor your blood sugar levels and instruct you about how to use medications if necessary.
It is very important that people with type 1, type 2, and pre-diabetes learn how to take an active role in managing their blood sugar to remain healthy and reduce the risk of the serious medical complications associated with diabetes.
CABUN Rural Health Services provides quality affordable diabetes management and education for all persons, regardless of ability to pay.
DOT Physicals for Truck Drivers
CABUN offers DOT physicals for truck drivers and school bus drivers. The US Department of Transportation requires DOT Physical Certification and DOT Re-Certification that meets federal requirements. Several Hampton providers are certified to perform these tests, call to schedule your physical today.
Flu shots can help reduce your chances of getting the flu. Flu shots do not cause the flu but help your body build up resistance to protect you from the flu.
Flu shots are approved for people that are older than 6 months of age. They are especially important for people with a high risk for complications from the flu, such as older adults or those with certain health conditions. Ask your doctor if flu shots are right for you. CABUN has discounted fees to make flu shots affordable for all.
Currently, CABUN is administering free flu shots in a joint effort with the AR Department of Health to immunize as many people as possible.
Comprehensive Physical Exams
Take an active role in your health with an annual physical from CABUN Rural Health Services. Many health conditions are preventable, and many others can have good outcomes if detected and treated early. Schedule your general physical today. We will accept you as a patient regardless of your ability to pay. The sooner you become a patient at CABUN, the sooner health interventions can begin.
High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure or hypertension is a common condition in the United States, but many people may not know they have it because it usually does not have symptoms. Untreated high blood pressure can lead to a heart attack, stroke, or even death.
Blood pressure testing is a quick and easy test that may save your life. High blood pressure can be controlled with lifestyle changes, improving your diet, and medication. If you need prescription medication, CABUN’s 340B Prescription Assistance Program may help.
Do you know what your blood pressure is? Come get checked to find out; call the CABUN Rural Health Services location nearest to you, or request an appointment online.
Your body needs some cholesterol for healthy functioning, but too much is dangerous to your health. High cholesterol means that there is too much cholesterol in the blood. Untreated high cholesterol increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death.
High cholesterol levels have no symptoms. The only way to find out if you have high cholesterol is to get a simple, fast blood test. If you have high cholesterol, our caring specialists will provide you with support and education to help you manage the condition. If you need prescription medication, CABUN’s 340B Prescription Assistance Program may help.
CABUN Rural Health Services values educating and empowering our patients to take an active role in preventing disease and promoting good healthy lifestyles. We offer screening, education, and treatment for a wide range of health issues, including smoking cessation, alcohol and substance abuse, weight management, mental health concerns, diabetes management, and more.
All CABUN sites offer COVID-19 testing with no referral required. You do not have to be an established patient for testing. Funds are made available for this testing through the CARES Act.