Month: May 2017

Mary Shea Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

Mary Shea Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

Congratulations to Mary Shea, Med Surg/Step Down, for being recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton. She put our values into action by demonstrating COMPASSION after purchasing rosaries to keep on-hand for patients who request them. Read a snip from her nomination below: Mary Shea goes above and beyond for patients when she works night shift. If […]

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Payroll Deduct Now Available at the Infirmary’s Subway

Payroll Deduct Now Available at the Infirmary’s Subway

Starting Wednesday, May 31, payroll deduct will be available at the Subway at the Infirmary. Come enjoy a hot breakfast sandwich, pizza, salad or one of their other delicious sandwiches.

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Dr. Matthew Osborn Recognized as a Service Hero at Hot Springs

Dr. Matthew Osborn Recognized as a Service Hero at Hot Springs

Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Osborn, Hospitalist, for being recognized as a Service Hero at Hot Springs. He puts our values into action everyday by demonstrating COMPASSION to patients and staff. Read a snip from his nomination: Dr. Matthew Osborn, always goes above and beyond. He cares deeply about his patients and the staff, and always has a […]

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John Hopkins Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

John Hopkins Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

Congratulations to John Hopkins, rehab, for being recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton. He put our values into action by demonstrating REVERENCE and COMPASSION during an extreme weather alert off campus. Read a snip from his nomination below: One Wednesday when storms rolled through Arkansas, a Code Black was announced for Morrilton. I called John to check […]

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Hot Springs Hosts Mental Health First Aid Training for Local Court Officials

Hot Springs Hosts Mental Health First Aid Training for Local Court Officials

Violence Prevention Specialist, Susie Reece, hosted a Mental Health First Aid training at our Hot Springs campus with local court officials. Judge Meredith Switzer Rebsamen, Court Coordinator Capt. Mark Allen, and other court staff along with Shalom Recovery Centers staff were in attendance. Attendees learned about various mental health and substance use disorders, community resources […]

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Jessica White Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

Jessica White Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

Congratulations to Jessica White, maintenance, for being recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton. She put our values into action by demonstrating COMPASSION after going out of her way to help make children feel less afraid when they are seen in the emergency room. Read a snip from her nomination: The Emergency Room (ER) staff would like to […]

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Dr. Lee Raley Featured in Healthcare Journal of Little Rock

Dr. Lee Raley Featured in Healthcare Journal of Little Rock

Dr. Lee Raley, Chief of Surgery, was featured in a one-on-one interview with the Healthcare Journal of Little Rock to discuss the dual roles he has as a colorectal surgeon and Chief of Surgery for CHI St. Vincent. “It’s been a growth experience for me. I’m about one year into my two-year term, and you definitely have to […]

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Coworker Appreciation Week: June 11-18

Coworker Appreciation Week: June 11-18

Your Praise & Celebrations teams are busy putting together some fun activities to say “thank you” during our upcoming Coworker Appreciation Week. We’re changing up our traditional “hospital” week this year – as we’ve grown well beyond the walls of our medical centers to encompass clinics and many outpatient services. While the activities will vary […]

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Ronnie Hill Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

Ronnie Hill Recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton

Congratulations to Ronnie Hill, maintenance, for being recognized as a Service Hero at Morrilton. He put our values into action by demonstrating INTEGRITY and COMPASSION after staying with a patient until they were taken to the correct department for treatment. Read a snip from his nomination: After noticing a patient had been sitting in a waiting […]

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Violence Prevention Makes a Difference in 45 Communities

Violence Prevention Makes a Difference in 45 Communities

Violence is one of our nation’s most devastating public health issues. Millions of people are affected by all types of violence—child abuse, youth violence, domestic violence, human trafficking. One reason we remain committed to violence prevention is because the health ramifications of violence have long-term consequences. We are addressing violence prevention nationally and locally in […]

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