About Baptist Health Family Clinic-DeWitt
Baptist Health Family Clinic-DeWitt offers a wide range of medical services for the entire family serving the healthcare needs of DeWitt and surrounding communities.
Baptist Health supports early childhood education. We know that creating a solid foundation leads to healthier amazing kids, and the program is a fun experience for everyone.
Dr. Julie Gardner has established the first Reach Out and Read program in southeast Arkansas. Reach Out and Read is a national non-profit program designed to help develop speech and language skills for children beginning in the newborn period and extending until they enter school around kindergarten and first grade. The purpose is to prepare them for school and set them up for success.
“Parents enjoy it, the kids enjoy it, providers enjoy it. It encourages people to come into the clinic so we can do these well-child checkups, and then we can use it to see the child’s skill level and to see if they are delayed and get them plugged in early for therapy,” said Dr. Gardner. Read more on our BHealthy blog – Strong Foundations, Amazing Kids.
What can you expect when you visit?
Patients should check in at the front desk for their appointments to verify their information and pay any potential copays before being called back by the nurse. After obtaining vitals, the patient will be taken to an exam room to wait on their provider.