Month: July 2017

Casey Lovell Recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary

Casey Lovell Recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary

Congratulations to Casey Lovell, Intensive Care Unit, for being recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary. He put our values into action by demonstrating COMPASSION after helping a grieving family understand and cope with a terminal diagnosis. Read a snip from his nomination: I am writing this Service Hero Award nomination because day after […]

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Jarvis Emerson is the July Crothall GEM of the Month

Jarvis Emerson is the July Crothall GEM of the Month

Jarvis Emerson is the July GEM (Great Employees Make Magic) of the month for Patient Transport. He was selected for having a great attitude and being a valued member of the team. He does a great job interacting with his patients and ensures that he is giving the best care possible at all times. Jarvis recently […]

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Crothall Purchased Five New Patient Transport Chairs for the Infirmary

Crothall Purchased Five New Patient Transport Chairs for the Infirmary

Crothall Healthcare, our partner in patient transport, purchased five new patient transport chairs for the Infirmary. The new chairs feature better safety accommodations than traditional wheelchairs and are more comfortable for patients. They are also much larger, which makes it harder for them to be removed from the Infirmary’s campus. #chilivingourmission

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Your Desktop and How You Access Your Applications May Change on Aug. 5

Your Desktop and How You Access Your Applications May Change on Aug. 5

A server change for the Infirmary, North and Morrilton begins the evening of Aug. 4 and may cause some – or all – of your desktop icons to disappear by the morning of Aug. 5. The server change, referred to as remote hosting (RHO), is being made in preparation for an upgrade to the Cerner […]

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Don’t Be Fooled: Watch for Social Security Administration Employee Impersonation Fraud

Don’t Be Fooled: Watch for Social Security Administration Employee Impersonation Fraud

If you receive a phone call or other contact from someone who says they are calling about an adjustment to your Social Security benefits, take care. Don’t provide any information until you know for sure that the person is a Social Security Administration (SSA) employee. The SSA issued an alert about an employee impersonation scheme […]

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Together We’re Diverse

Together We’re Diverse

For CHI, a diverse workforce is important because we value a diversity of perspectives, and because the communities we serve are diverse. Together, we care for people from a huge variety of backgrounds, lifestyles, ethnicities and belief systems. In this week’s Together video, Michelle Edwards, system VP of advanced practice, speaks to our commitment to culturally […]

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Nick Carter Recognized as a Service Hero at Infirmary

Nick Carter Recognized as a Service Hero at Infirmary

Congratulations to Nick Carter, PICC Team, for being recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary. He put our values into action by demonstrating EXCELLENCE and COMPASSION after responding unselfishly to a patient need by coming in off duty. Read a snip from his nomination: Nick was enjoying a night with some guests at home. […]

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Welcome Nisa Trenthem as the New RN Resident Program Manager

Welcome Nisa Trenthem as the New RN Resident Program Manager

The Clinical Education Department welcomes Nisa Trenthem, MNSc NE-BC RN, as the new manager for our RN Resident Program (RNRP). Nisa started her nursing career in 2001 as a staff nurse in the emergency department at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis, TN. She moved to Arkansas in 2005 and has worked in several hospitals in […]

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Broderick Blacksher Recognized as a Service Hero at Infirmary

Broderick Blacksher Recognized as a Service Hero at Infirmary

Congratulations to Broderick Blacksher, Valet Parking, for being recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary. He put our values into action by demonstrating EXCELLENCE after helping a patient find their vehicle in the parking deck. Read a snip from his nomination: I discharged a patient to the front door for his wife to pick […]

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Barbara Hyatt Recognized as a Service Hero at Infirmary

Barbara Hyatt Recognized as a Service Hero at Infirmary

Congratulations to Barbara Hyatt, Patient Access, for being recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary. She put our values into action by demonstrating EXCELLENCE after ensuring a patient received their treatment even if it meant she had to work past her shift. Read a snip from her nomination: A patient from rehab was scheduled […]

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