Primary care specialist Amy Ashwood Falck, MD, has joined St. Joseph’s Mercy Clinic in Hot Springs.
Dr. Falck comes to St. Joseph’s Mercy from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Department of Internal Medicine. She grew up in Fort Smith, Ark., and attended the Honors College at the University of Oklahoma before competing her medical training at UAMS in Little Rock.
At Oklahoma, she studied Microbiology and Immunology with a minor in Chemistry. Her presentations at UAMS included Parathyroid Carcinoma and Hyperthyroidism and Congestive Heart Failure.
Dr. Falck is a member of the American Medical Association, American Medical Women’s Association and American College of Physicians.
Dr. Falck is accepting news patients at St. Joseph’s Mercy Clinic’s location at 100 McGowan Court in Hot Springs. Call (501) 627-1800 or visit www.mercy.net to contact her office. Dr. Falck’s patients have access to MyMercy, a secure, Internet-based service that gives access to their personal health record.
St. Joseph’s Mercy is a not-for-profit, faith-based health facility with 27 medical clinics serving the healthcare needs of Hot Springs and its surrounding communities since 1888. It is designated as the southwest region’s only Level II Trauma Center and the region’s most preferred provider of health care services.
In 2012, St. Joseph’s Mercy will become Mercy Hospital Hot Springs.