MANA Family Medicine | Har-Ber

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As a MANA clinic, MANA Family Medicine Har-Ber is part of a network of healthcare specialists that includes a wide range of specialties and top-of-the-line healthcare technology. You can also use myMANA, our secure patient portal, to make appointments, request prescription refills, check your healthcare records, and contact your doctor — all online, at your convenience.

MANA Family Medicine is committed to providing the best healthcare for you and your family at all stages of life. With a family doctor, you and all your family can see one doctor, now and in the future. Establishing an ongoing doctor-patient relationship with your healthcare provider has many benefits.

We accept many insurance plans and self-pay. You can also pay your bill online. See our Insurance Guide. MANA Family Medicine participates in Primary Care First.

Family Healthcare 

  • Medical care for children and adults
  • Annual wellness exams
  • School and sports physicals
  • Acute Care
  • Wellness and preventive care
  • Minor procedures
  • Immunizations as appropriate for all ages
  • Weight Management
  • Long-term care for chronic disease with emphasis on maximizing wellness
  • On-site laboratory with reference laboratory
  • On-site EKG
  • On-site X-ray
  • After Hours Care
  • We accept most insurance plans and self-pay. Check our Insurance Guide.

Request an Appointment

To schedule an appointment with the provider of your choice, you may log in to your myMANA account or request an appointment by phone at (479) 361-1020. Please specify morning or afternoon. You can also choose your preferred provider or say “first available,” and we will schedule you with the healthcare provider on our team who has the first available appointment. 

MANA Family Medicine participates in Medicare programs: Primary Care First and Caravan Accountable Care Organization.

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171 N Maestri Rd.
Tontitown, AR 72762
(479) 361-1020 Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm; Friday, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm