What is PatientsLearn

At UAMSpatientslearn.org, we are committed to providing our patients with the education they need to be well prepared for whatever may come their way. We use the valuable resources made available at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) to provide the most up-to-date medical information. These resources include a vast knowledge base from established providers, educators and research. We then prepare interactive, engaging courses you will want to take for your health and wellness. This patient-centered approach is what sets UAMSpatientslearn.org apart from other online medical education.

Our Partners


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


The Center for Distance Health (CDH) is an innovative center within the College of Medicine that allows the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) to respond to the demands for dynamic, contemporary health care. CDH effectively reduces disparities in health care in Arkansas, while supporting ground-breaking research and cutting-edge programs.


ARresearch.org is for anyone thinking about volunteering for research in our clinics or in their communities. You’ll find brief, easy-to-understand information about the research conducted by UAMS researchers, and stories about Arkansans who participate in research.





Arkansas Stroke Assistance through Virtual Emergency Support (AR SAVES) presents an innovative solution to a complex, statewide problem.

AR SAVES began November 1st, 2008 and has grown to 48 partnering sites throughout Arkansas.  Vascular neurologists share call to provide 24/7 consult coverage.  Each of these partnering sites is equipped with telemedicine technology, training for personnel, support for dedicated tele-stroke coordinator (nurse facilitator), and ongoing continuing education.  Through AR SAVES, over 1000 patients have now been treated with alteplase.