Important Daily Updates! Please check our Covid FAQ page has the latest info on each clinic's walk-in status.

Branching Out with Access

PrimeCARE Welcomes Access
Written by Annie Keese
Share This Article:
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

We are excited to announce our partnership with David Ruble of Access Counseling & Assessments!

With over 25 years in the public school system and private practice, Mr. Ruble has served people from around Central Arkansas with psychological assessments and counseling sessions. The need for his expertise only continues to grow by the year! PrimeCARE and Access can provide a supportive environment for an individual to make improvements to mental and physical wellbeing.

“I believe that everyone has the potential to help themselves and the resilience that is needed to successfully overcome any challenge that we, as human beings, experience. My role is to help people identify and use their own unique talents and special strengths to become the best version of themselves.”

– David Ruble

By partnering with Access, we can send patients who would benefit from an assessment directly to Mr. Ruble and significantly cut down the wait times regularly experienced when being referred to a large clinic. Simplifying the process gives PrimeCARE the opportunity to better serve you, our valued patients!

Access Counseling & Assessments is now located within our PrimeCARE location on Salem Rd, in Conway, and by appointment at PrimeCARE in Searcy.

If you are interested in learning more, visit the Access Counseling & Assessments website.

Continue Reading

Wellness & Staying Healthy

The Unseen Impact of Thyroid Disease

What do you hope to get out of a wellness visit? Are you looking to get a general sense of where your health is at

Mental Health

How to Find a Mental Health Provider

How do I find the right mental health provider for me? Finding the right person to meet your needs can feel daunting. You may experience

Mental Health

The Pit of Despair

Written just weeks after her husband’s death in 2018, Alicia Wingfield penned an honest reflection on the heartache of the holiday season and greiving during