ARC Leander Reopens

Austin Regional Clinic has reopened its Leander, Texas location to meet the health care needs of a rapidly growing north Austin community. The clinic team and Greater Leander Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting this morning to celebrate.

The 4,500 sq. ft. clinic offers health care for adults and children, and includes 12 exam rooms, treatment rooms and on-site lab services. It also will be one of the first ARC locations to use self-service kiosks, a unique convenience offering an additional option for patients to check in, make payment and/or update their personal information.

“We’re excited to be back in the Leander community, close to the people we serve,” said Darlene Guynes, ARC Leander Clinic Manager.

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