Founded in 1969, the Arkansas Psychiatric Clinic is the premier psychiatric private practice in central Arkansas. We maintain a highly qualified staff of board certified psychiatrists, nurses, licensed clinical social workers and psychologists that together represent years of clinical experience. All of our providers have different areas of sub specialization which allows us to provide each patient with best possible treatment for his or her condition.
Areas of expertise include mood disorders, PTSD, woman’s issues, child and adolescent problems, chemical dependency and forensics. As such, treatment options include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, consultation/ liaison and different forms of individual and marital therapy. Our physicians are also on the staffs of nearby psychiatric hospitals so that in severe cases psychiatric hospitalization may be an option.
We are a private psychiatric clinic located in West Little Rock amidst a grove of trees and other professional buildings far removed from the closest thoroughfare in a setting that is warm and inviting rather than the traditional stark, medical clinic appeal.
First and foremost, we value confidentiality. Therefore, signage outside the building is small and for the most part hidden.
Parking is such that one cannot be clearly identified as a psychiatric patient.
Our staff is casual and friendly, accommodating and welcoming.
Our physicians, therapists, nurses and office staff pride themselves in knowing most of our patients by name. Patients are often greeted by their first name.
It is this level of comfort and familiarity that makes patients feel most welcome here.
When to Arrive
New patients should arrive 30 minutes prior to their schedule appointment. To make the registration process easier, all new patient forms can be downloaded, printed and completed prior to the day of your first appointment. Or, you may complete the forms once you arrive. You should also bring your insurance card with you.
Existing patients should arrive 10 minutes prior to their appointment.
To ensure that other patients are seen on time, you will need to reschedule your appointment even if you are only five minutes late.
If you would like to download the new patient forms, click here.
We're easy to find, but in case you can't refer to the map below.
Financial Agreement Policy
All co-payments and deductibles are payable at the time of service. No exceptions.
Please understand that financial responsibility for your bill rests with the individual and not an insurance company or government agency. Our office will call to verify your benefits, but all insurance companies issue a disclaimer that just because you have benefits does not guarantee payment. We will do our best to obtain the correct information, but you are ultimately responsible for all charges not covered by insurance.
You must call your insurance company to obtain authorization for your initial visit. We will not be able to see you without that information. We will file your claims for you.
In your insurance changes, it is your responsibility to notify our office before the next visit so we can verity eligibility and benefits prior to being seen by our providers. Remember to bring the new insurance card with you so we can make a copy for our records.
Appointments can be scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Appointment Cancellation Policy
If you must cancel an appointment, a 24-hour notice is necessary. To cancel an appointment, you may call a member of our staff Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. You will be billed for missed appointments and late cancellations.
We understand that from time to time, you will need to call concerning medication or some other problem. Any call that exceeds more than 5 minutes will be considered a therapy session and you will be charged. Please remember that these charges are the responsibility of the patient and will not be filed with any insurance company.
We strive to return every call we receive on a daily basis, but calls received after 2 p.m. might not be returned until the next day.
If you need to contact a physician or therapist after hours, call the Answerphone at 501-373-8221. The service will page the physician or therapist on call.
Our physicians have privileges at Baptist Health Medical Center Little Rock and The Bridgeway Hospital.
What are some of the most misunderstood aspects of having an illness that needs the attention of a mental health?
If individuals have no direct first-hand experience with mental health treatment, their view is often clouded by a stigma of chronic mental illness. The reality is that as much as 20-30 percent of the population have some type of mood or anxiety disorders, major depression, bipolar disorder and generalized anxiety and panic.Read more... Link
James O. Davis IV, M.D.
Dr. Davis is a graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in June 2004 and completed his psychiatric residency in 2008 at UAMS.
Dr. Davis started his private practice in July 2008 with Arkansas Psychiatric Clinic and currently has admitting privileges with Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock. His private practice includes adult 18 years and older.Read more... Link
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Arkansas Psychiatric Clinic
4 Executive Center Court
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
4 Executive Center Court
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211