Overview Our mission is to promote healthy aging by keeping older adults well, active and independent for as long as possible. Because our clinic is devoted exclusively to the service of older adults, our staff and services are uniquely sensitive to their needs and abilities. We are able to distinguish between the normal changes caused by aging and changes caused by disease. Illnesses that linger are an unfortunate accompaniment of old age, but sometimes older people with multiple chronic health problems assume they have to cope with continued symptoms and disability. A comprehensive geriatric assessment can determine what conditions are present and determine if increased or different care could help patients improve. With this approach, the best care can be identified.
Our Team Our multidisciplinary team includes geriatricians, advanced practice nurses, counselors, social workers, and a geriatric neuropsychologist, neurologist, urologist, geriatric psychiatrist and nursing staff. All members have specialized training in geriatrics. You will be treated with kindness and compassion by a devoted team.
Dr. Randy Shinn, Medical Director of the Senior Health Clinic, was featured on KNWA's "Your Health" about vitamins and supplements: click here to view the video.
Your First Visit
Complete geriatric assessment
Visit with social worker
Involvement with own plan of care
Ongoing Primary Care
Follow-up appointments based on plan of care
Same day appointments with APNs for acute illnesses
Community resource referral
Coordination of care with other specialists
Senior Specialty Unit
A new unit in WRMC, fully integrated with our Senior Health Clinic to ensure you receive the specialized care needed for acute illnesses requiring hospitalization.
The unit features a comfortable, home-like atmosphere.
An interdisciplinary team works with you to keep you physically and socially active.
This approach helps you to recover faster and more easily regain your independence.
Urology (often same day appointments)
General geriatric neurology
Specializing in over 65 years of age
Individual therapy/Cognition behavioral therapy
Neuropsychology (Memory Center)
Diagnosis and treatment of memory disorders
Senior Health Clinic 12 East Appleby Road Fayetteville, AR 72703 Phone (479) 463-4444 Fax (479) 463-4499 Map
Find out more or schedule an appointment by calling (479) 463-4444. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.