dr ej jones md is accepting new patients

We Are Accepting New Patients

We are accepting new patients!

Dr. Jones is accepting new patients and treats all gynecological needs. Services provided include well-woman exams, the treatment of gynecological problems such as pain, abnormal bleeding, incontinence, hormone therapy, and in-office ultrasound and contraceptive management such as IUDs and implants. Gynecologic surgeries including the DaVinci robotic surgery, hysterectomy, and various minimally invasive procedures.

As of December 2020, Dr. Jones is no longer delivering babies. However, he is still available to see you for your initial OB evaluation and then refer you to the delivering physician of your choice.

Please let us know if you have any questions or would like to make an appointment. Call 870-793-4300 or email us at appointments@ejobgyn.com.

Additionally, we adhere to the strictest sanitation protocols when treating you, following guidelines put forward by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). This means we clean and sanitizes everything from the common areas to the most remote nooks and crannies throughout the day.

The safety of our team and our patients is our top priority during this pandemic and after.


Visit ACOG’s New Patient Website

Find Reliable, Empowering Health Information at acog.org/WomensHealth

The ACOG patient website is the destination for women’s health information you can trust. You’ll find evidence-based resources from the leading organization of physicians dedicated to women’s health.

Health Topic FAQs
Find comprehensive information on health topics spanning sexual health, pregnancy, screening and prevention, health conditions, menopause, and more—from the teen years to midlife and beyond.

Have a question about women’s health? Submit your question to ACOG anonymously. Select questions and answers will be posted on the website to help educate other readers. *Intended for general education, not to provide specific medical advice.

Patient Stories
Read stories from patients on topics such as menopause, preterm birth, postpartum care, breast cancer, female genital pain, and more. You also can volunteer to be interviewed about your own story—and help others understand the realities of women’s health.

Yes, We Are Open

We just want to remind everyone that we are open. If you are having any problems or need a refill on medication please give our office a call at 870-793-4300 or email us at appointments@ejobgyn.com.

We are offering Tele-Medicine appointments also. Everyone, please say safe and healthy.


TeleHealth Services Now Available

The Office of Dr. E.J Jones M.D. is now offering TeleHealth services.

As COVID-19 continues to explode with new infections in new locations every day, many patients want to avoid physician offices and other public places where they may come in contact with the virus.

We are happy to announce that we are now offering TeleHealth Services, now we are able to continue care and help keep our patients safe.

Please give us a call or email us to find out more.
Phone: (870) 793-4300
Email: appointments@ejobgyn.com

Dr. E.J. Jones M.D. in Batesville, AR now offers Vyleesi by prescription.

Vyleesi Prescription Available Batesville, Arkansas

Dr. E.J. Jones M.D. in Batesville, AR now offers Vyleesi by prescription.

Do you have a low sexual desire?
Does your low sexual desire frustrate you?

Some premenopausal women quietly go through life suffering from hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). HSDD is a common and treatable medical condition characterized by ongoing low sexual desire. Women with HSDD have a low sexual desire that is troubling to them.

Here is the great news; HSDD is treatable!

Vyleesi is the first of its kind, and the only FDA-approved as-needed treatment for premenopausal women with acquired, generalized hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD).

Vyleesi Prescription Available Batesville, Arkansas

What is VYLEESI?

Vyleesi is a prescription medicine used to treat hypoactive (low) sexual desire disorder (HSDD) in women who:

•  Have not gone through menopause.
•  Have not had problems with low sexual desire in the past.
•  Find they have a low sexual desire that causes distress or interpersonal difficulty.

Ready to treat hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) and move on with your life?

Call (870) 793-4300 today to schedule an appointment with Dr. E.J. Jones M.D. in Batesville.

It’s important to talk to your doctor before starting any new medication, including Vyleesi.

Your doctor will discuss the following important safety information:

• Current medical conditions you may have.
• Medications you are using and how they may affect the way Vyleesi works.
• How to use Vyleesi
• Both common and severe side effects caused by Vyleesi
• Determine if Vyleesi is right for you.

Call (870) 793-4300 today or request an appointment online!

Health Screenings For Women

You should visit your health care provider from time to time, even if you are healthy. The purpose of these visits is to:

  • Screen for medical issues
  • Assess your risk for future medical problems
  • Encourage a healthy lifestyle
  • Update vaccinations
  • Help you get to know your provider in case of an illness

Screenings are tests that look for diseases before you have symptoms. Blood pressure checks and mammograms are examples of screenings.

You can get some screenings, such as blood pressure readings, in your doctor’s office. Others, such as mammograms, need special equipment, so you may need to go to a different office.

After a screening test, ask when you will see the results and who to talk to about them.


Talk with your health care team about whether you need a mammogram.

BRCA 1 and 2 GENES:

If you have a family member with breast, ovarian, or peritoneal cancer, talk with your doctor or nurse about your family history. Women with a strong family history of certain cancers may benefit from genetic counseling and BRCA genetic testing.


Starting at age 21, get a Pap smear every three years until you are 65 years old. Women 30 years of age or older can choose to switch to a combination of a Pap smear/human papillomavirus (HPV) test every five years until the age of 65. If you are older than 65 or have had a hysterectomy, talk with your doctor or nurse about whether you still need to be screened.


Between the ages of 50 and 75, get a screening test for colorectal cancer. Several tests—for example, a stool test or a colonoscopy—can detect this cancer. Your health care team can help you decide which is best for you. If you are between the ages of 76 and 85, talk with your doctor or nurse about whether you should continue to be screened.


Your emotional health is as important as your physical health. Talk to your health care team about being screened for depression, especially if during the last two weeks:

  • You have felt down, sad, or hopeless.
  • You have felt little interest or pleasure in doing things.


Get screened for diabetes (high blood sugar) if you have high blood pressure or if you take medication for high blood pressure.
Diabetes can cause problems with your heart, brain, eyes, feet, kidneys, nerves, and other body parts.


Get screened one time for HCV infection if:

  • You were born between 1945 and 1965.
  • You have ever injected drugs.
  • You received a blood transfusion before 1992.


If you currently are an injection drug user, you should be screened regularly.


Call for an appointment 1-870-793-4300

Or email us at appointments@ejobgyn.com



Do you know the five Gynecologic Cancers

Do You Know The Five Gynecologic Cancers?

Do you know the five Gynecologic Cancers?

All Gynecologic Cancers

1. Ovarian Cancer
2. Uterine/Endometrial Cancer
3. Cervical Cancer
4. Vulvar Cancer
5. Vaginal Cancer

The foundation for women’s cancer wants women to:

LEARN the symptoms.
LISTEN to your bodies.
ACT by seeking care from a gynecological oncologist if you suspect or have been diagnosed with a GYN cancer.

For more information, visit foundationforwomenscancer.org



Gynecologic cancer is an uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells that originate from the reproductive organs. There are several types of gynecologic cancers which include cervical, gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD), primary peritoneal, ovarian, uterine/endometrial, vaginal and vulvar cancers.


Call 1-870-793-4300or email us at appointments@ejobgyn.com



September is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month Call Dr. Jones for an appointment

September is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month

September is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month.

Come in for your annual exam in the month of September and be entered into a drawing for this beautiful fall arrangement.

Call 1-870-793-4300 or email us at appointments@ejobgyn.com

Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month

Gynecologic Cancers: Signs and Symptoms

Pay attention to your body know what is normal for you. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms please call our office and schedule an appointment.

Ovarian Cancer

Loss of appetite or feeling full quickly

Gas, indigestion, bloating, and nausea

Frequent urination

Pelvic pain or pressure

Uterine Cancer

Postmenopausal bleeding

Irregular bleeding between menstrual cycles

Heavier and/or longer menstrual bleeding than normal

Pelvic pain

Vulvar Cancer

Constant itching and burning of the vulva

Change in skin color of the vulva or skin irritation, such as rash, sores, or warts

Vaginal Cancer

Postmenopausal bleeding

Pain or bleeding during intercourse

Pelvic pain or constipation

Vaginal mass

Cervical Cancer

Vaginal bleeding not related to your menstrual period
Postmenopausal bleeding

pain or bleeding during intercourse

Significant watery or foul-smelling discharge