Dr. Clingenpeel received her Bachelor of Science from Duke University in 1998 in psychology and biology with a certificate in neuroscience. She then completed a two year post-baccalaureate research program at the National Institutes of Health before attending medical school at the University of Virginia, from which she graduated in 2004. She completed her pediatric residency training and chief residency at Tulane University in New Orleans, and fellowship in Child Abuse Pediatrics at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Dr. Clingenpeel joined the faculty at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in fall 2012.
Dr. Clingenpeel is pleased to be a part of the Center for Children at Risk at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, where her duties include inpatient and outpatient evaluation of suspected child abuse and neglect, collaboration with the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Arkansas in child abuse evaluation, and education of other health care providers as well as community partners regarding all aspects of child abuse and neglect. Her particular interests include optimizing short- and long-term multidisciplinary treatment of traumatized children.
This physician is a UAMS College of Medicine faculty member who provides pediatric patient care at Arkansas Children's Hospital.
In addition, a wide range of pediatric services are provided in more than 35 subspecialties around Arkansas in locations such as the Schmieding Developmental Center in Springdale and the James L. Dennis Developmental Center in Little Rock.
To make an appointment at Arkansas Children’s hospital, please call 501-364-4000.