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.
With significant support from the Arkansas Department of Human Services, ANGELS provides evidence-based guidelines for maternal-fetal and neonatal care. The Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Neonatology Divisions develop these guidelines in collaboration with physicians across Arkansas.
Utilizing interactive compressed video, weekly telemedicine conferences enable physicians to confer with maternal-fetal medicine specialists in real time about individual cases. In addition, ultrasounds can be read in real time, and ANGELS offers assistance in training local technicians. Clinical telemedicine consultations are available that allow patients, local physicians and UAMS physicians to talk together and see each other, bringing subspecialty support directly to hometowns.
ANGELS also provides a call center to provide 24-hour support for physicians to consult with maternal-fetal medicine specialists when requested regarding patient management issues.
As part of the ANGELS outreach effort, women seeking support for concerns related to their pregnancy, labor and delivery, or post-partum course can also utilize the services of the call center.
Please call 501-526-7425 for questions or assistance with outpatient referral appointments, clinical telemedicine or any ANGELS service.
ANGELS Call Center
(866) 273-3835 or 501-526-7425