Hot Springs

Dr. Joseph Cenac Named Service Hero in Hot Springs

Dr. Joseph Cenac Named Service Hero in Hot Springs

Dr. Joseph Cenac was named Service Hero in Hot Springs for displaying the value of COMPASSION and EXCELLENCE. In late December a baby coded during a visit to the Pediatric Clinic and had to be transported via Med flight to ACH. The parents were Spanish speaking and said that they didn’t drive to Little Rock. […]

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Elizabeth Bright Named Service Hero in Hot Springs

Elizabeth Bright Named Service Hero in Hot Springs

Elizabeth Bright, Nurse Navigator was named Service Hero in Hot Springs for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Elizabeth (Liz) is such an inspiration and influential coworker that is willing to help in any area of the department and cover nursing duties when needed. She is continually a steward of our resources, while constantly looking out […]

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OR, ED, Lab and ICU Receive Team Service Award in Hot Springs

OR, ED, Lab and ICU Receive Team Service Award in Hot Springs

They say it takes a village to raise a child, well in this case, it took a team to save one. The OR, ED, Lab and ICU at Hot Springs received a Service Award for Excellence. Their quick thinking and action saved a 16 year old trauma patient with a GSW. The nomination was received […]

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Rachel Kinney, RN Named Daisy Award Winner in Hot Springs

Rachel Kinney, RN Named Daisy Award Winner in Hot Springs

Often times it’s the little things that make a big difference. While far too often the little things escape us, noticing the “little change” in her patient’s condition and taking the appropriate action is one reason Rachel Kinney, RN was named the Daisy Award Winner in Hot Springs for January 2018. She recognized a small […]

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Kim Peek, RN Named Daisy Award Winner in Hot Springs

Kim Peek, RN Named Daisy Award Winner in Hot Springs

Nurses are caregivers by trade, however not all readily realize that those in need of care may sometimes be our own coworkers. Kim Peek, RN knows this, and her willingness and readiness to help coworkers is one reason she was named the Daisy Award Winner in Hot Springs for December 2017. I met this nurse […]

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Inclement Weather Policy Lifted

Inclement Weather Policy Lifted

Last update: Jan. 16, 2018 at 10:30am Message: The Inclement Weather policy has been lifted for Infirmary, North and Hot Springs. Non-essential personnel for Hot Springs should report to work on Jan. 17 as regularly scheduled. All Infirmary and North coworkers, essential and non-essential, are required to report to work as scheduled. If you are not […]

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Celebration of Life Service for Dr. Mike Young

Celebration of Life Service for Dr. Mike Young

Please join us in celebrating the life of Dr. Mike Young on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 at 2pm in the Dublin Room. Dr. Young was an orthopedic specialist at CHI St. Vincent Orthopedic Clinic – Hot Springs He loved his patients, his medical colleagues, and the honor and pleasure of working and operating with his brother […]

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Hot Springs Volunteers Give Gift of Warmth

Hot Springs Volunteers Give Gift of Warmth

The volunteers at Hot Springs have donated hand-made approximately 25 blankets to the Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center, and more are in the works. Every child receives their own special blanket after they undergo their initial interview and medical exam. The term “security blanket” takes on a whole new meaning with these children and CAMCAC […]

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Cathi Gray Named Service Hero at Hot Springs

Cathi Gray Named Service Hero at Hot Springs

Cathi Gray, Respiratory Therapy at Hot Springs was named a service hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. A mother submitted a letter on behalf of her son, a victim of an intentional injury sustained while intending to take his own life. “First response was a deputy sheriff who approached him lying on the ground. […]

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Dr. Chris Young Named Service Hero at Hot Springs

Dr. Chris Young Named Service Hero at Hot Springs

Dr. Chris Young at Hot Springs has been named a Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. In a recent “Letter to the Editor” of the Sentinel-Record, a patient wrote: “In all my 82 years, I have never seen such an act of caring consideration. I was recently being prepared for surgery at St. […]

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