Living Our Mission

New Lab Equipment Made Possible by Our Foundation

New Lab Equipment Made Possible by Our Foundation

The Infirmary’s Laboratory has added the Cary Series UV-Vis Spectrophotometer to their inventory of instruments thanks to a grant that was made available by our Foundation. “We are so grateful to Laura Cook, her team, and the Foundation that work to make advances like this possible,” commented Bobby Abbott, Market Director of Laboratory Services. The […]

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Two-Day Hiring Event – January 16 & 17

Two-Day Hiring Event – January 16 & 17

If you know someone who was recently affected by the layoffs at UAMS, then let them know we are hiring! Our Human Resources team will be hosting a two-day Job Fair  for anyone interested in a career with us. Sign-on bonuses are available to new hires based on department and eligibility. Two-Day Hiring Event January […]

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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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Calvary Cemetery Baby Area Rededicated

Calvary Cemetery Baby Area Rededicated

In 2005 Fr. Leo Reidmueller began the process of creating grave sites for babies born too soon for viability (20 weeks gestation). He indicated that he would be willing to designate an area in Calvary Cemetery for these babies, upon approval from their parents, regardless of the family’s religious denomination. In 2006, Fr. Eric Pohlmeier, […]

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Plan to Attend an Upcoming Town Hall Meeting

Plan to Attend an Upcoming Town Hall Meeting

Make plans to attend one of our Town Hall meetings and learn more about the Arkansas Neuroscience Institute move to North. Polly Davenport, President of the Infirmary and North, will be hosting each Town Hall meeting and answering your questions and concerns. Upcoming Town Hall Dates: Wednesday, Dec. 6 | 5-6pm North Administration Conference Room […]

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Project Search Provides Purpose

Project Search Provides Purpose

Project Search is a program that provides internships for young adults ages 17-21 that are developmentally delayed or disabled. Through a partnership with Lakeside High School, Hot Springs offers opportunities for Project Search participants. The goal of Project Search is to promote independence and to find competitive employment for their participants at the end of their […]

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Hot Springs Volunteer Peg Kuhnly Honored

Hot Springs Volunteer Peg Kuhnly Honored

Peg Kuhnly, Hot Springs volunteer, received the 2017 American Hospital Association Political Action Committee Most Valuable Player Award. The award is presented to an individual who advocates at both the state and federal level, shining a light on issues affecting hospitals’ roles in patient care and the community. Peg sits on the AHAA Advisory Committee […]

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