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Infirmary ED Staff Poses with Lantern During Central Arkansas Stop

Infirmary ED Staff Poses with Lantern During Central Arkansas Stop

The Lantern, the national symbol of the Emergency Nurses Association, recently stopped at the Infirmary as it passed through central Arkansas, giving the Emergency Department staff an opportunity to pose for a photo. The Lantern became the symbol of the ENA because it represents to the community that the emergency room is always open and […]

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Tony Houston Speaks to Rotary on Nursing Pathway

Tony Houston Speaks to Rotary on Nursing Pathway

Hot Springs president, Tony Houston, spoke to the Garland County Rotary Club on Wednesday about how we are helping to educate the next generation of skilled nurses. The nursing pathway partnership between Hot Springs, Henderson State University and National Park College is helping to provide scholarships for nurses to continue their education while guaranteeing them […]

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Hot Springs Joins Relay to Fight Cancer

Hot Springs Joins Relay to Fight Cancer

Join the CHI St. Vincent team to help raise awareness and funds to fight cancer.   Relay for Life of Garland County Friday, June 1 6 pm – 12 am Bank of the Ozarks arena. Dinner will be served to coworkers and survivors from 5-7 pm and fun activities and events will be held throughout […]

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Dr. Viegas Speaks About Seasonal Allergies to QualChoice Employees

Dr. Viegas Speaks About Seasonal Allergies to QualChoice Employees

Dr. Mark Viegas, an family medicine doctor at the University Avenue clinic, recently spoke to a group of about 25 at QualChoice employees about seasonal allergies. During the event, bags with Well Fed Me books, CHI St. Vincent potholders, information about seasonal allergies and Dr. Viegas’ rackcards were provided. If you know of anyone who […]

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Leaders Break Ground on ANI’s Education & Research Center

Leaders Break Ground on ANI’s Education & Research Center

Leaders officially broke ground on Arkansas Neuroscience Institute’s education and research center at North. The $17 million building will provide advanced neurosurgery care to patients in Arkansas, the United States and internationally. Currently located at the Infirmary, ANI will relocate its surgical and clinical operations to the center at North by the end of this year. […]

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Dr. Sutton to Speak to Seniors

Dr. Sutton to Speak to Seniors

May is Older Americans Month and Dr. Kristi Sutton is helping to celebrate by continuing the Breakfast with a Doctor series on Wednesday, May 9. She will speak at the McAuley Senior Center at 10 am. Her talk, entitled “Why Exercise?” will focus on the importance of staying active, especially for the aging population. Dr. […]

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Child Abuse Prevention Rally Held

Child Abuse Prevention Rally Held

The Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center hosted a Child Abuse Prevention Rally to raise awareness in the fight against and funds toward the treatment of child abuse victims. Hundreds were on hand to hear a keynote speech from Arkansas’ First Lady, Susan Hutchinson, and other passionate talks and testimonies. Patrick McCruden, Chief Mission Integration Officer, […]

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Dr. Scott Brown Speaks to Farm Bureau Group About Aging Healthier

Dr. Scott Brown Speaks to Farm Bureau Group About Aging Healthier

Dr. Scott Brown, an internal medicine doctor at the University clinic, recently spoke about “Aging Healthier and Happier” to a group of about 70 Farm Bureau employees who are retiring this year and next. During the event, Well Fed Me books, the Better You Magazine and information on the clinics was provided. Participants also received […]

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Fundraising Fun Set for Week of April 23-April 27: Crohn’s & Colitis Walk

Fundraising Fun Set for Week of April 23-April 27: Crohn’s & Colitis Walk

To raise awareness and start fundraising for the May 19 Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation walk, we will host fundraising raffles and events at the Infirmary the week of April 23-27. Here’s the schedule: Monday, April 23, 7-8am Kickoff Breakfast La Harpe Room, Infirmary Raffle tickets on sale, April 23-26, 11am-1pm. Great prizes donated. Tickets on […]

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Give Your Feedback: Take the Coworker Survey (PCA) Today

Give Your Feedback: Take the Coworker Survey (PCA) Today

Have you taken the PCA Survey yet? Your feedback is needed! You can take the survey by clicking here. Prizes will also be drawn if campuses reach their participation goal. For North, Morrilton and Heart Institute: If any of the campuses reach 90% participation by May 7, survey participants at that campus will be entered […]

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