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Values In Action Team Hosts Pack Shack Parties

Values In Action Team Hosts Pack Shack Parties

To promote the Value of the Quarter, compassion, each facility will be hosting The Pack Shack in a Feed the Funnel party to pack thousands of meals for neighbors in need. Meals packed at Feed the Funnel parties are donated free of charge to local organizations, such as food banks and food pantries, for them to distribute […]

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Junior Volunteer Program Begins June 25

Junior Volunteer Program Begins June 25

This summer you will see young people volunteering at the Infirmary and North as part of a five-week Junior Volunteer Program that begins Monday, June 25 and ends Thursday, July 26. Around 15 qualified young people were selected for the program earlier this month after undergoing a thorough selection process. Each one demonstrated the skills necessary for the […]

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Infirmary Pharmacists Celebrates 40 Years of Service

Infirmary Pharmacists Celebrates 40 Years of Service

On June 5, Lynne Betzner, PharmD at the Infirmary celebrated her 40th year of employment as a pharmacist within our organization.  She began her pharmacist career on June 5, 1978 at St. Vincent Doctors Hospital and transitioned to the Infirmary in 2008.  The pharmacy surprised her with her favorite homemade chocolate cake on her work […]

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Chad Krebs Elected to AAHP Board

Chad Krebs Elected to AAHP Board

Chad Krebs, Pharmacy Clinical Manager, was elected to the Arkansas Association of Health-Systems Pharmacists board. AAHP is an organization that works to support Arkansas pharmacists, residents, students, and technicians working in hospitals or health-systems through advocacy, mentorship, education, and leadership.  Their mission is provide resources that improve patient care and safety. Congratulations Chad! Well done!

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LaQuenta Credit Named Service Hero at Infirmary

LaQuenta Credit Named Service Hero at Infirmary

LaQuenta Credit was named a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of COMPASSION. A woman whose father had recently been a patient, recognized LaQuenta for her care: My father, who is a heart patient, did not return from x-ray with his heart monitor. We asked our tech to help us find it, […]

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Infirmary Hosts Blood Drive June 11 & 12

Infirmary Hosts Blood Drive June 11 & 12

The Infirmary is hosting a blood drive in conjunction with the Arkansas Blood Institute. Your opportunity to “Let the Adventure Begin” and give the gift of life! Monday, June 11 | 10 am – 3 pm Tuesday, June 12 | 10 am – 3 pm Terrace Room Donate and get a FREE Magic Springs admission […]

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John Reyes Named Service Hero at the Infirmary

John Reyes Named Service Hero at the Infirmary

John Reyes was named a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. John was working on 2NW with a patient who was having open heart surgery the next morning. The man’s son stopped by to see his dad before his surgery. The son was wearing a suit and tie preparing to […]

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Dr. Bauer Uses ECMO Therapy to Save Mother

Dr. Bauer Uses ECMO Therapy to Save Mother

Wendy Chapman, a mother of two from Lonoke, is not one for the spotlight, but she reluctantly agreed to tell her story in the hopes of saving lives. The day after going to another ER for the flu, she went to the Infirmary ED, “because I was screaming with my back hurting, my eyes rolling […]

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Community Outreach Talks Education with Molex Employees

Community Outreach Talks Education with Molex Employees

As healthcare workers, we understand how hard it is to break away from our jobs to focus on our health. That’s why we partnered with Molex to take a heath classes to their employees. Jordan Howard, Registered Dietitian with our Diabetes and Endocrinology Clinic – Little Rock, spoke to about employees about improving their health […]

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Linda McNutt Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Linda McNutt Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Linda McNutt was named a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Linda was walking outside the chapel when she noticed a lady in distress. When Linda asked if she was okay, the woman said she was in a great deal of pain. Linda said she would get a wheelchair. Another […]

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