Sign Up Now for Kindness Matters Sessions

Kindness Matters sessions are now being offered at all four hospitals. Coworkers can sign up to attend the class through Knowledge Hub. Click on Learner Home and type “kindness” into the search bar to find the available sessions at your location. All coworkers are required to attend this course. Sessions are 3-4 hours long andView Full Post

Jesse Brown Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Jesse Brown, an LPN on 4W, was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the values of EXCELLENCE and COMPASSION. Jesse was nominated by a patient, who noted the outstanding care he provided. “From the moment I arrived on 4 West I received great care. Then there was Jesse! Jesse Brown isView Full Post

Free Training Clinic Helps Participants Prepare

The annual Spa Running Festival race will take place on Saturday, November 16. If you’re interested in participating, but are concerned about training, have no fear, there is a free training clinic sponsored by Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield. It offers training groups for the half marathon, and beginner and intermediate 5k/10k walker and runnerView Full Post

Dr. Owens Named Service Hero at Morrilton

Dr. Joel Owens, a physician in the Emergency Department, was named a Service Hero in Morrilton for displaying our core values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence. Dr. Owens was nominated by his patients, who appreciate his caring, thorough and professional care.

Add Ginger to Create Savory Brussels Sprouts

Ginger–September’s Harvest of the Month–derives its name and unique flavor from its natural oil, gingerol. Ginger’s flavor can enhance almost any dish, including Brussels sprouts. Click here to print the recipe. Ingredients: 4 pieces bacon, chopped 1 pound Brussels sprouts, thinly sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and grated SaltView Full Post

Kari Epperson Named Service Hero at North

Kari Epperson was recognized as a Service Hero at North for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Kari was nominated for her efforts to advocate for patients and their families. During National Brain Cancer Awareness Month in May, she designed and sold “Go-Grey” T-shirts. She engaged all areas of the hospital and sought support for staffView Full Post