Arkansas Children’s Announces Multi-Year Expansion
Arkansas Children’s will embark on its most ambitious clinical expansion as part of its strategic plan to deliver unpredented child health in Arkansas. The $318-million project is focused on delivering better access, exceptional outcomes and improved on-campus experiences at the state’s nationally-ranked pediatric health system.Learn More
Recruiting the Very Best to Join Us
We are looking for top faculty and trainees to join our team in providing outstanding clinical care, exceptional education and cutting-edge research to help heal children today and make a healthier tomorrow.
Arkansas Children’s Hospital has been recognized for excellence in seven pediatric subspecialty services by US News & World Report for the second consecutive year. This places ACH as one of the top children’s hospitals in the nation.
We are national leaders in pediatric care, research, education, and advocacy
Established in 1904, the Department of Pediatrics is the largest Department in the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences’ College of Medicine and supports the Arkansas Children’s System including Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH), Arkansas Children’s Northwest hospital (ACNW) and Arkansas Children’s Research Institute (ACRI). Our mission as a department is to promote clinical, research, education and advocacy efforts to improve the health of the children of Arkansas and educate incredible pediatricians and pediatric specialists.