|Radiation Drill Set for Tomorrow Morning at UAMS
Emergency personnel will test how well they can handle simulated radiological casualties from an event at the Arkansas Nuclear One power plant.
|Former Preemies at UAMS NICU Invited to June 1 Reunion
It's being held at the Scimitar Shrine building off the Interstate 30 frontage road in Southwest Little Rock.
|LR Mexican Consulate Health Programs Receive Funding
Health education and screening programs provided by the
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Fay W. Boozman College of
Public Health to the more than 30,000 annual visitors to the Mexican Consulate
in Little Rock got a $35,000 boost today from the Mexican government.
|Arkansas Travelers to Host ‘Strike Out Stroke Night’ May 2
Event highlights "Arkansas Stroke Assistance through Virtual Emergency Support" program.
|Electronics Recycling, Paper Shredding Today in Little Rock
On the UAMS campus outside the Shorey Building entrance and along Campus Drive until three o'clock this afternoon.
|Free Community Health Fair Saturday in Little Rock
UAMS 12th Street Health and Wellness Center hosts annual event from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
|Woman in critical condition after being hit by car
A woman has been taken to UAMS after officials report she was hit by a car Thursday afternoon.
|UPDATE: Man dies in Pine Bluff hit-and-run
A man hit by a SUV just before midnight on Friday in Pine Bluff has died from his injuries.
|UAMS says names of 7K patients mistakenly released
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences says a doctor mistakenly released about 7,000 patient names and information about their illnesses to a company doing a billing analysis.
|UPDATE: Employee found dead at UAMS
Officials say a UAMS employee was found dead on the 9th floor Saturday afternoon.
|Brain surgeons train at UAMS
Right now, the world's top brain surgeons are in Little Rock. They are part of a three day hands-on anatomy course at UAMS studying the white matter of the brain. They will learn how to do safer surgeries to avoid damaging other parts of the brain when they remove tumors.
|UAMS celebrates aging facility expansion
Three years of construction work at UAMS brings about an expanded "Institute on Aging".
|New UAMS cancer labs; chickenpox cases down; dry eye treatment
Two new cancer research labs are now open at UAMS. Chickenpox cases are down more than 80 percent over the past decade. There's new help for the 100 million people worldwide who suffer from dry eye disease.
|UAMS opens 2 cancer research labs
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has opened two new cancer research labs in Little Rock.
|Free HPV vaccines given
This week, a federal advisory panel recommended boys get the vaccination for human papilloma virus or HPV. The vaccine can be expensive, so Saturday, doctors from UAMS and members of the Little Rock Chapter of The Links, Inc. sponsored a free vaccine clinic.
|Arkansas medical campus to receive large gift
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences-Northwest campus is getting a big, post-Christmas present.
|UAMS treats 10,000th multiple myeloma patient
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is treating its 10,000th multiple myeloma patient.