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What is ANGELS

angels-program-graphic-002-002The Antenatal and Neonatal Guidelines, Education and Learning Systems (ANGELS) is an innovative consultative service for a wide range of physicians including family practitioners, obstetricians, neonatologists and pediatricians in Arkansas.

The ANGELS mission is to ensure that every woman in Arkansas at risk of having a complicated pregnancy receives the best possible perinatal care. ANGELS does this with evidence-based care guidelines, research, health care education and a 24/7 call center. Angels also offers consultation by UAMS board-certified, maternal-fetal medicine physicians using telemedicine technology.

The only service of its kind in the nation, ANGELS is a joint program of the UAMS College of Medicine, the Arkansas Department of Human Services and the Arkansas Medical Society. This unique program is designed to be a support network for high-risk obstetric patients and practitioners in Arkansas.