If you're expecting, you want to be sure your pregnancy is overseen by a caring, highly qualified physician. At UAMS, we have assembled a world-class team of doctors that will ensure you receive the best medical care pos
We have the most female doctors of any obstetrics (OB) practice in Arkansas, and if you have any complications, our general OB doctors are supported by board-certified high-risk pregnancy specialists.
Due to age, medical condition or history, some women and their babies are at a higher risk of complications.
We know that you want the best for your baby. And if your baby needs special attention, you'll find comfort in knowing that UAMS has a world-class neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
For high-risk pregnancies, premature births or medical needs, our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is ready to care for the tiniest patients and their families.
In a continuation of our tradition of serving the health care needs of Arkansans, our general obstetrics (OB) program is a cornerstone of UAMS' health care offerings for women.
Nearly 97% of babies are born without major birth defects. But when defects do occur, being aware of them before delivery can improve the baby's outcome.
As a mother, one of the best things that only you can do for your baby is to breastfeed. Breastfeeding is more than a lifestyle choice – it is an important health choice.
The birth of a baby holds with it a miracle most parents aren't aware of – the ability to save a life.
Dr. Nancy Andrews Collins is an obstetrician and gynecologist (OB/GYN) at UAMS. She enjoys communicating with her patients and meeting their needs from their first gynecology exam into their senior years.