Dr. Jefferson is a general medical physician practicing in Little Rock, AR. He graduated from the University Of Arkansas College Of Medicine in 1972 and specializes in general medical practice Dr. Jefferson has decades of experience in providing the highest quality of care for a variety of diseases and conditions. Areas of expertise include wellness checkups, HIV/STD screening and treatment; PrEP Pre-Exposure Prophylactic (Truvada), medical marijuana card certifications, MAT – Medication Assisted Treatment (Suboxone); weight loss, erectile dysfunction, testosterone/estrogen replacement, and cosmetic treatments (Botox, Radiesse).
Dr. Jefferson was at the forefront of the HIV/AIDS epidemic from its early days. As an advocate for early detection and prevention, the idea of a prophylactic drug to help prevent the transmission of the disease was a no-brainer. Medications like Truvada can add a layer of protection to reduce that possibility. Since the opiate epidemic erupted across the United States, Terry has been quick to respond by getting involved and offering treatment options such as MAT, or medically assisted treatment for opiate addiction. This generally consists of a treatment plan using approved medications such as Suboxone and counseling.
Please note the following holiday schedule and hours for Healthy Connections Community Health Network clinics from Dec. 23 to Jan. 2.
The Little Rock Franklin clinic at 1701 South Harrison St. in Little Rock will be closing on Thursday, Dec. 2, and moving shortly.
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