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Providers and Staff Directory

As you read about Central Arkansas Pediatric Clinic providers below, you will see that our clinic is comprised of well-trained, experienced providers who care dearly for your children and who truly enjoy the practice of pediatrics. You may have been referred to a specific provider or been told by a friend that “all of the doctors are great.” We make every effort to schedule you with your preferred provider and encourage you to request “your favorite doctor.” Although we may not always be able to honor your request due to call schedules, well-child clinic and days off, we are constantly monitoring the structure of our appointment schedules and try to maintain adequate access to meet your needs. If you are new to the area or are expecting your first child and want a chance to see our clinic or meet with one of the pediatricians, call us at 501-315-0078 or 501-847-2500 to schedule an introductory visit.

R. Allan Stanford

R. Allan Stanford  MD, FAAP


Dr. Stanford completed his pediatric training at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Arkansas Children’s Hospital in 1984, and has been in practice in the Saline County area since 1987. Father of four and grandfather to five, his practice emphasis is general pediatrics but he has a special interest in the social and moral development of young people. He served on the Bryant School Board from 1992 to 2000. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics.



“It has been a great privilege and joy to be a part of the lives of so many children and families over the years. I’ve seen the parent-child dynamic from many perspectives, and I believe that children do best when parents are confident, well-informed and empowered. I hope our clinic can be a resource for our families in this sort of wise child-rearing.”


Adele Holmes

Adele Holmes  MD, FAAP


Adele Holmes, M.D., received her degree in medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and served her internship and residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Holmes has been in private practice since 1996. She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics. In her free time she enjoys traveling the world with her husband, Chris, and doting on her grandchildren.


David Weed

David Weed  MD, FAAP


Born and raised in Benton, David Weed, M.D., received his degree in medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He served his internship and his residency in pediatrics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Weed has been in private practice since 1998. He enjoys traveling and attending concerts in various venues around the country.  His interests outside of medicine include golf, fly-fishing, playing the guitar and his dogs, Judy (Boston Terrier) and Ginger (German Shepherd).  He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Robbie Rhodes

Robbie Rhodes  MD, FAAP


Robbie Rhodes, M.D., received her degree in medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and served her internship and residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Rhodes has been in private practice for 9 years. Mother to two young sons, Dr. Rhodes and husband Russ, are active in church activities and enjoy traveling with family and friends. She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Misty Nolen

Misty Nolen  MD, FAAP


Misty Nolen, M.D., received her degree in medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and served her internship and residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Nolen has been in private practice since 2005. A Malvern native, she and her husband have made their home in Saline County. She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics.

“The best part of being a Pediatrician is the relationship that I build with my patients and their families. I love being able to be a part of watching my patients grow from newborns to toddlers and on.”


Jessica Fox

Jessica Fox  MD, FAAP


Jessica Fox, M.D., received her degree in medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and served her internship and residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Fox has fulfilled a unique role for CAPC since joining the group in January 2008 in being available for “acute” care visits only. Effective July 2011, Dr. Fox will be available to be selected as your child’s PCP in your health plan and will open her practice to include preventative care visits, hospital care and chronic disease management. In her free time, Dr. Fox enjoys traveling and spending time with her family, including her husband John and step-son Kameron. She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics.



“Having grown up in Little Rock, moving to Saline County and joining CAPC has been a wonderful experience. Being a pediatrician in Saline County has allowed me to meet many wonderful kids and their families. It is a joy to be able to be such an integral part of the children’s lives.”


Amanda K. Merrick

Amanda K. Merrick  MD, FAAP


Amanda Merrick, MD, received her degree in medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2008 and completed her residency in Pediatrics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in June 2011. She lives in Benton with her husband Tim and daughter Kinsey. She enjoys watching Kinsey compete in gymnastics, family and church activities. Dr. Merrick joined CAPC in July 2011.


Meghan Repp

Meghan Repp  MD, FAAP


Meghan Repp, M.D., received her degree in medicine from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2009 and completed her internship and residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in 2012 serving as Chief Resident beginning July 2012.  Dr. Repp is very excited about continuing to provide pediatric care for the children of Arkansas.  She enjoys spending time with her husband, David, and her young son, Alexander.  Dr. Repp is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics.  She will begin seeing patients at Central Arkansas Pediatric Clinic in July 2013.


Nancy Lovett Thomas

Nancy Lovett Thomas  APN


Nancy Lovett Thomas, advanced practice nurse and certified pediatric nurse practitioner, received her master’s of nursing science degree with a specialty in child health from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She is certified by the International Board of lactation Consultant Examiners as a Lactation Consultant. While employed at Baptist Health Medical Center, Ms. Thomas was unit supervisor of the mother-child nursing unit. She joined CAPC in 1998. She enjoys spending time with her husband at their Lake Ouachita cabin in her free time.


Amber McGuire

Amber McGuire  APN


Amber McGuire, advanced practice nurse and certified pediatric nurse practitioner, received her master’s of nursing science degree with a specialty in child health from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Ms. McGuire completed her clinical internship at CAPC and has been employed on a part-time basis since 2007. She enjoys making special memories with her husband, Todd and children Kennedy, Camryn, and Laynie; cooking, blogging, and church activities.



“I believe children are the future of our world and one of God’s biggest blessings! Having three children of my own, I have an understanding of children beyond the medical perspective. I am dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare for infants, children and adolescents and strive to take an active role in their healthy development. I find the care of pediatric patients to be especially satisfying and strive to treat every child as if they were one of my very own!”


Rebecca White

Rebecca White  APN


Rebecca White, advanced practice nurse and certified pediatric nurse practitioner, received her master’s of nursing science degree with a specialty in child health from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.  Ms. White completed her clinical internship at CAPC and has been employed on a part-time basis since November 2011.  Rebecca enjoys family time and outdoor activities with her husband and young son.


Cheryl Arnold

Cheryl Arnold  Administrator


Cheryl Arnold, MHSA, CMPE, received her graduate degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Arkansas Little Rock in 1993. Ms. Arnold joined CAPC as Administrator in October 2002. While family activities with her husband and son consume much of her free time, she finds time to enjoy good books and gardening.  A member of Arkansas and National Medical Group Management Associations, Ms. Arnold uses national data to benchmark CAPC’s performance in critical operational and clinical areas.  She was recognized as Administrator of the Year for 2011.  This award is jointly sponsored by Arkansas MGMA and State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company to recognize a member of Arkansas MGMA who demonstrates superior performance in the field of practice management.

“As a working parent, I appreciate the challenges of caring for a child while balancing multiple responsibilities with various time constraints. It is my goal, that  you will experience friendly and attentive service during each visit to CAPC.  Through careful and deliberate management of clinic operations , it is my goal to free up the physicians to TOTALLY focus on YOUR children without worrying about the business details.”