Living Our Mission

Lauren Clem Named North Service Hero

Lauren Clem Named North Service Hero

Lauren Clem, RT has been named Service Hero at North for displaying the values of COMPASSION and EXCELLENCE. Lauren, a tech in the Cath Lab, heard that ICU was short-staffed, so she stepped up and volunteered to help. She did an amazing job working outside of her comfort zone, excelling at the tasks given her. […]

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Beneal Smith Named April GEM

Beneal Smith Named April GEM

Beneal Smith, Patient Transport, was named Crothall’s GEM of the month for April. He was selected for his flexibility and willingness to pick up extra shifts to help out the team. He truly lives our mission by making sure he takes the time  to connect with his patients and goes the extra mile to ensure […]

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Hot Springs To Host a FREE Skin Cancer Screening

Hot Springs To Host a FREE Skin Cancer Screening

Hot Springs Cancer Center will be hosting a FREE Skin Cancer Screening April 28th. The event is open to the public and no appointment is necessary. As we move forward into spring and summer, it’s time to remind ourselves to protect our skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays. So encourage all your friends, coworkers […]

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April Is National Donate Life Month

April Is National Donate Life Month

April is National Donate Life Month. A month designated to raise awareness in the importance of being an organ and tissue donor. Rarely can we do something so easy, that can have such a profound impact. Hot Springs is leading the charge in joining this month-long awareness campaign. National Donate Life Month (NDLM) is celebrated […]

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Hot Springs Announces Nursery Alliance with Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Hot Springs Announces Nursery Alliance with Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Hot Springs is joining Arkansas Children’s Hospital Nursery Alliance, which puts into place coordination of care between neonatologists at ACH’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and physicians in Hot Springs’ Anthony Childbirth Center to help further improve the quality of newborn care. Hot Springs joins Conway Regional and Jefferson Memorial as members of the ACH […]

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Hot Springs Ramps Up Relay For Life

Hot Springs Ramps Up Relay For Life

Hot Springs is getting involved and doing their part in the fight against cancer. They are ramping up Relay for Life activities so now is the time to join in on the fight. Relay for Life T-shirts are available in the Gift Shop. They are $20 and the sizes are limited, so get yours now. […]

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NIC Acquires Mirror to Assist with Patient Mobility

NIC Acquires Mirror to Assist with Patient Mobility

Neurosurgical Intensive Care has acquired a rolling full-length mirror to assist patients in their mobility. The mirror is useful for patients who have suffered a brain injury and may have lost a sense of balance, proprioception or sensation.  A patient can use the mirror when sitting, walking or in bed. Cindy Fretwell with Physical Therapy […]

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Hot Springs Partners with Habitat for Humanity to Build Home

Hot Springs Partners with Habitat for Humanity to Build Home

Click Here to Volunteer! Hot Springs has partnered with Garland County Habitat for Humanity to build a home for a deserving family. This is a great opportunity truly help make our community healthier and live out our Living Our Mission goals. The construction on the Oma Street home will begin on Thursday, March 15. Volunteers […]

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Ronaldo Bailey Named March GEM

Ronaldo Bailey Named March GEM

Ronaldo Bailey, Patient Transport, was named Crothall’s GEM of the month for March. He was selected for his continuous improvement with his performance as well as his customer service skills and his positive upbeat attitude. Ronaldo is another shining example of how a great attitude does not go unnoticed. Thank you for being an inspiration […]

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David Cole Named Service Hero in Hot Springs

David Cole Named Service Hero in Hot Springs

David Cole was named Service Hero in Hot Springs for displaying the value of COMPASSION. During the recent inclement weather, David stayed after his normal shift to help in the lab. When he was finally leaving around 2:30 AM, he spent over 2 hours in the Outpatient parking lot scraping random the windshields of vehicles […]

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