501 Life Magazine | Open house scheduled for Conway Regional Prince St. Clinic
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Open house scheduled for Conway Regional Prince St. Clinic

John Dobbs, MD, and Meghan Mallett, an advance practice registered nurse, will host an open house at Conway Regional Medical Clinic-Prince St. on Thursday, July 28.

Dobbs is a co-founder of the clinic, formerly known as Ross-Dobbs Clinic, located at 1 Medical Lane across from Conway High School. The open house will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. and will include light refreshments and a tour of the medical clinic.

The office building has expanded to 10 patient rooms and has been renovated to give offices a more modern appearance. The clinic offers family medical care as well as laboratory testing.

Conway Regional Medical Clinic-Prince St. is part of the Conway Regional Primary Care Network that has seven primary care clinics located in Conway, Greenbrier, Mayflower, Vilonia and Clinton including the Conway Regional After Hours Clinic.

One of Conway’s most enduring family clinics, the clinic was founded in the 1970s by Dobbs and his partner, Rex Ross, MD, who retired in 2013. Mallett joined Dobbs earlier this year. She holds an advance practice nursing degree as well as degrees in psychology and nursing, all from the University of Central Arkansas. Other members of the clinic staff are Seth Bridgman, LPN, and Jennifer McGlawn, a senior office coordinator.

New patients and walk-ins are being accepted and appointments can be made by calling 501.329.2948. Clinic office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.