West Little Rock - UAMS Pediatrics

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West Little Rock - UAMS Pediatrics
University of Arkansas for
Medical Sciences
Department of Pediatrics
welcomes you
to Little Rock
Welcome to Arkansas Children’s Hospital
and the University of Arkansas For Medical Sciences
Highlights of our
favorite things
about living in
Little Rock
Views of the drive home
from work
The Main Street Bridge over the Arkansas River and Downtown Little Rock
MacArthur Park and Skyline of Little Rock
Big Dam Bridge
Rivermarket District
The State Capitol
Dickey
Stephens
Ballpark
Little Rock – The Facts and Figures
Quality of Life
Population of Arkansas:
(2003 Census Data)
2,725,714
How does Little Rock compare?
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The Brookings Institution ranks Little Rock the seventh strongest economy in America, with the
second lowest increase in unemployment and the seventh best housing market.
Manpower's Employment Outlook Survey projects the region among the nation's strongest in
hiring. Forbes.com ranks Little Rock the 22nd best place in America for business and careers,
while the region's income growth is the nation's seventh best.
Southern Business and Development magazine put Metro Little Rock atop its regions thriving in a
tough economy. Editor Michael Randle wrote that there is “no doubt in our minds which southern
market we would place at the top of the list...If Little Rock were a stock, I'd buy shares in it.”
Neighborhoods You’ll Love
# 25 Arkansas Children’s Hospital (1 Children’s Way)
# 35 UAMS (4301 W. Markham St)
“We feel like we live in our own little
"village" within the city.” - PGY3 resident
Downtown and Capitol View/
Stifft Station neighborhoods
# 25 Arkansas Children’s Hospital (1 Children’s Way)
# 35 UAMS (4301 W. Markham St)
Downtown Rivermarket
Downtown Condominium
The Rainwater Flats
condominiums adjacent
to the River Market
District.
1000 sq feet
1 bedroom/1 bath
2 parking spaces in a
gated, secure parking
lot and access to highspeed internet service.
Listed in 2008 $159,000
Only 5 mins. from ACH
Located in revitalizing downtown in
walking distance from River Market,
Clinton Library, other downtown attractions
Close enough to interesting places and
activities, far enough away to be quiet and
not overrun by tourists. Safe, convenient,
and scenic location.
Capitol View/Stifft Station
Capitol View/Stifft Station
Historic Neighborhood District
3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms  1200 sq feet
Purchased June 2008  $149,000
Hillcrest and The Heights
# 25 Arkansas Children’s Hospital (1 Children’s Way)
# 35 UAMS (4301 W. Markham St)
Hillcrest
“Hillcrest hosts a 1st Thursday Sip and Shop block
party - Most of the shops are open late and serve
drinks and snacks. Usually one of two bands
playing on different corners. It's a great way to
unwind and explore what the neighborhood has to
offer.”
- PGY3 resident
• Shopping
• Art Galleries
• Dining
• Nightlife
• Parks
Hillcrest Historic District
B Street
• 2 BR, 1.5 Bath
• 1330 square foot
• Price: $157,000
• Purchased in May 2006
Hillcrest Historic District
“My husband and
I love the area!!!!
We bought this
house on two
resident’s
salaries.”
– PGY-2
resident
217 N. Palm Street
• 3 BR / 2 BA
• 1,600 square feet
• Price: $239,000
• Purchased May 2008
Hillcrest Historic District
“Our bungalow
has a study,
breakfast nook
and fenced in
backyard – it just
perfect for 2
people. Only 10
minutes from
ACH and ½ mile
from UAMS.”
- PGY-3 resident
201 Beechwood St
• 1358 sq. ft.
• 2 BD/1BA
• Price:
• Purchased
Allsop Park Promenade in Hillcrest
“ A common theme of Hillcrest is that the streets are named after
trees. The neighborhood is very conducive for walking and running,
and I have found that that is the way I have met most of my neighbors.
There is also a park that is perfect for biking or general hiking
purposes. “ – PGY- 3 resident
The Heights
• Funky stores
• Cool restaurants
• Great local grocery stores
• Haagen Daas – need I say more?
1718 N. Grant in Heights
Historic District
• 1937 Craftsman style
house
• 2 BR / 1 BA
• 1,350 square feet
• Price: [email protected],000
• Purchased summer 2008
Apartment Living - The Riverfront
• 10-15 minutes from ACH
• 2% employee discount
• Plus, they pay 20% of your utilities and
basic cable then just send one bill for
all of it with your rent each month
• Pool
• Optional covered parking
• And lots of different floor plans
• www.rivercliffapts.com
“I wanted to put in a good word for my
apt. complex – Rivercliff Apartments.”
- PGY-3 resident
Apartment Living – Mid-Town
Highland Pointe Apt.
on Cantrell Road.
2 BD/2 BA
$750 a month.
water & washer/dryer
included.
“I love my apartment
complex. The apartments
are new & have black
appliances (microwave
included) & a built-in desk.
It's about a 12-15 min. drive
in no traffic.”
- PGY-3 resident
West Little Rock
# 25 Arkansas Children’s Hospital (1 Children’s Way)
# 35 UAMS (4301 W. Markham St)
West Little Rock
Family, Fun and Shopping
WLR - Parkway Place Neighborhood
- 1500 sq. ft.
- 3 BD/2BA
- Price: $159,000
- Purchased: May 2009
WLR - St. Charles Neighborhood
“We live in a
great
neighborhood
with a pool,
tennis courts,
running trails,
& lots of
young
families.
It’s a 15 min
drive to ACH
door-to-door.”
- PGY-2
resident
- 3 BR / 2 BA
- 1,825 square feet
- Price: @ $189,000
- Purchased December 2007
- 2 resident salaries
WLR - Rock Creek Neighborhood
-2 bed / 2 baths
-1400+ sq ft plus
garage
-Purchased for
$145,000
- unique layout the
upstairs bedroom is
the size of 2
bedrooms
WLR - Apartment Living
Napa Valley Dr. apt.
700 sq. ft.
1 BD/1BA $575/month
+utilities.
“I love my apt. I think travel time is
maybe 20ish minutes in morning
traffic hours (clinic months) but
less than 15 at our typical resident
hours.
The complex is gated, has a pool
and a mini fitness room, and the
people that run the place are
FANTASTIC (also the maintenance
folks are great - very speedy for
sure).”
- PGY-3 Resident
WLR - Apartment Living
- 2 BD/1BA
- 1070 Sq. ft.
-$ 800 a month
- washer/dryer hook-up and a
fireplace
- a pool, a tennis court, a fitness
center
“We live at the Grove
Apartments. We love
the location and we
are able to walk to
Panera Bread, Belk,
Fresh Market, ChickFil-A, and some other
great places! It is not
too far for Breck to
drive at work.”
- PGY- 1 resident’ s
wife
Central Arkansas Neighborhoods
Most just a 20-30 minute commute from ACH!
Sherwood
Millers Crossing Subdivison 20 minute drive from ACH
Price: $249, 900
Sq footage: 2270
Built in July 2008
Maumelle
3 BD/2 BA
1700 sq ft
Purchased in 2007
Price: $165,000
Built in 1998
Bryant
3 BD/ 2BA
1565 square feet
Purchased: September 2007
Price: $142,000
Alexander
4 BD/2BA
1707 square feet
Purchased in summer 2008
Price: @ $150,000.
“We live in Emerald
Mountain which is a
new subdivision up on
a mountain in
Shannon
Hills/Alexander close
to Bryant. It’s a very
wooded area that is a
20 min. drive from
ACH or UAMS. We
have wood/tile/carpet
floors and a large
privacy-fenced
backyard. We also
have a large master
suite with walk-in
closet, large shower,
and jacuzzi tub.”
-PGY-2 resident
Top Employers in Central Arkansas
Arkansas –
A great place to work
Arkansas is proud of the four homegrown
Fortune 500 companies headquartered
here: Dillard’s, Murphy Oil, Tyson
Foods and Wal-Mart. These companies
are among the more than 100 Fortune
500 parent firms with more than 310
facilities in Arkansas.
Many Arkansas companies are making headlines:
•Wal-Mart, which was named by Fortune as the world's largest corporation from
2002 to 2009, has also ranked as one of the nation's most admired companies.
•Other Arkansas companies contending for the list of America's Most Admired
Companies in 2009 were Alltel (bought by Verizon), Arkansas Best, Dillard's,
Murphy Oil and Tyson Foods.
•J. B. Hunt Transport and Murphy Oil are on the 2009 Forbes Platinum List of
400 companies.
•J.B. Hunt is also the only transportation firm in the top ten of Computerworld’s
top 100 information technology workplaces.
•Arkansas Children's Hospital and Chesapeake Energy are among Fortune's
2009 list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For.
Love to Shop? We’ve got it!
• The Rivermarket
Clinton Museum Store
Mini Directory
Alfred Angelo
Ann Taylor LOFT
Brighton Collectibles
Cantina Laredo
Chico's
The Children's Place
The Container Store
Evolve
Francesca's Collections
J. Jill
JoS A. Bank Clothier
Justice Just for Girls
Pei Wei Asian Diner
Pottery Barn
Relax the Back
Starbucks
White House|Black Market
Williams-Sonoma
Sampling of Local Restaurants!
Those Lovely Chains!
Let someone else cook for you!
Things to do – We’ve got it all!
• The Visual Arts
• The Performing Arts
• History
• Family Fun
• Family Fun
• Family Fun
Heifer Village, a hands-on global education
facility, introduces visitors to the possibility of a
world free of hunger and poverty.
• Sports Teams
• Annual Events
The Nightlife
Verizon Arena
Great venue for Concerts
and Sporting Events
Arkansas IS the Natural State!
The Great Outdoors
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Little Rock touts 52 parks with more than
5,000 acres
North Little Rock boasts 12 parks,
including the 1,575-acre Burns Park, one
of the largest municipal parks in the
nation.
Within a 60-mile radius of Little Rock Petit Jean State Park, DeGray Lake
Resort State Park, Lake Ouachita State
Park, the Ouachita National Forest and
Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
Soccer at Burns Park
Hiking at Pinnacle Mtn.
Growing for Kids
Arkansas’s only
pediatric
medical center
in Arkansas and
one of the
largest in the
United States is
getting bigger
and better!
Coming in 2011 – new South Wing
The 258,000 square-foot South Wing will open much-needed
space for providing the highest standard of pediatric care possible.
The new ED will include telemedicine technology and four trauma
rooms, as well as a dedicated orthopedics suite and a
decontamination unit. In addition, the South Wing will open new
space for the NICU and CVICU to accommodate the growing
demand for their services. An entirely new Hematology/Oncology
unit will open in the South Wing for the state’s pediatric cancer and
blood disorder patients, as will a new inpatient unit dedicated for
care of infants through 3-year-olds.
The project actually will provide
about 100 new patient beds, but
the hospital plans to retire many
that date back more than 40
years. The net increase in
patient beds will be 54. The new
South Wing also will include 56
new exam rooms, as well as 19
new procedural or diagnostic
rooms. A roof garden complete
with benches, Arkansas foliage
and play areas will be open to
patients, families and
employees.
Why I chose the UAMS Pediatrics Residency Program: There are many reasons but here are a
few. The attendings are great to work with and are always willing to teach. The residents are very
supportive of each other and are willing to stay late in house to help others with their work. I also
love the hospital itself. It has all the needed facilities and the nurses, respiratory therapists,
nutritionists and the rest of the staff are terrific! And last but not least, everyone in the housestaff
office. They make you feel at home and are willing to help in any way they can!
- PGY-1 resident
What I like best about the UAMS Pediatrics Residency Program: The people. The
residents, staff, and faculty make this place great. I’d be hard-pressed to run out of kind things
to say about the folks I’ve met and worked with here. We’re really well taken care of as
residents, the hospital is great, and there are lots of little (& big) perks that sure help out. If you
ever need a helping hand, someone’s always got your back…even before you ask.
- PGY- 2 resident
Someone wise once told me, “Do your residency in a resident-driven
program, then do your fellowship in a fellow-driven program.” Great
advice I would say, and I think I got the best of both worlds. What I tell
applicants is that there are probably several good places to learn to be a great
pediatrician, but there's no place that's better than ACH.
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Brian Eble
Now: Assistant Professor of Pediatric Cardiology at ACH
– Residency: July 1999 to June 2002
– Med School: University of Missouri - Columbia