The Not So Fun But Important to Know Stuff

Patient Information

The Ark Children’s Clinic in Marion, AR has nearly everything you and your child need in one place. Whether it’s a general check-up, pediatric immunotherapy with an allergist specialist, or an urgent care visit, you can accomplish it at our friendly and fun pediatric center. We are 100% focused on client care which is why we make healthcare as easy as possible for people one day old to 99 years old!

Visit Your Personal Patient Portal

*Must be an established patient and signed up for MyChart to book online, if you are a new patient, call to schedule an appointment.

What to Expect

Come Prepared

A few things you need to bring with you to your child’s appointment are:

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance card
  • Medical records (if applicable)
Please bring your child’s social security card (or know the SSN) to sign up for My Chart. Both parent and child patients need to sign up for My Chart.

Don’t worry – we’ll text and email reminders leading up to your appointment!

While You Wait

When you get to the clinic, go through the main doors and meet our receptionist to check in. Just wait ‘til you see our waiting room. Kids love it!

It has:

  • A toddler play area
  • 3-D animal images
  • A huge tree!
  • Separate waiting areas for wellness visits and sick patients

Before You Leave

After your appointment, make sure to:
  • Check out in the exam room
  • Stick around for additional vaccinations if needed
  • Have your prescription delivered to your exam room or pick it up at the in-house pharmacy on your way out


We accept almost all insurances at The Ark Children’s Clinic, including Arkansas Medicaid (AR Kids). Our focus is on helping your child live a healthy life, therefore we make it as easy as possible to afford healthcare.
Pediatric Care in Marion, AR | The Ark Children's Clinic

No Show Policy

Patients who are not able to keep their appointments are asked to provide timely notice of cancellation or need to reschedule prior to their appointment. Unfortunately, our “No-Show” rate for appointments has significantly increased. This has created multiple challenges, but most importantly, it is compromising our ability to provide care for our patients who need to be seen in a more timely manner.
While we try to send reminder texts, emails, or phone calls prior to appointments, it is ultimately the patient’s responsibility to remember their appointment date and time. A “No-Show” is defined as a scheduled appointment that a patient does not keep or is rescheduled without appropriate notice, and will be charged to the patient’s account as follows: No-Show Appointments Incur a $25 Fee


Appointments must be canceled/rescheduled no less than 24 hours prior to the scheduled appointment time. Appointments canceled less than 24 hours prior to the scheduled appointment time will be treated as “no-shows” and the above fee will apply. Patients who fail to pay the fees for missed appointments will not be allowed to schedule future appointments until the fee is paid.

Late Arrivals

We understand that a patient’s time is valuable. We will do everything in our power to meet with a patient during their scheduled appointment time and we also understand that unforeseen circumstances can lead to late arrival for an appointment. However, in the event a patient is more than 15 minutes late for an appointment, he/she may see the nurse practitioner as a walk-in patient to avoid the $25 fee.

Baby Animal Roll Call

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Call our office with any questions or visit your patient portal to see your appointment info, test results, etc.

Contact Us

Phone: 870-551-2626
Fax: 870-739-8706

Business Hours

Monday — Friday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM