Forums are changing in February. We’re introducing Common Grounds chats–a chance for coworkers to talk with our leaders. These chats will be relaxed and informal. Coworkers can grab a cup of coffee and spend a few minutes getting to know our new leaders or visiting with leaders who have been in their roles for a… View Full Post
To better serve patients, our three Obstetrics/Gynecology providers in Central Arkansas will move to the Little Rock Diagnostic Clinic in March 2019. Dr. Ananth Ranganathan currently sees patients in the Parkview Building, and Dr. Shelly Gibbs and Dr. Heather Owens see patients at the Women’s Clinic in the Doctors Building. The move will allow all three… View Full Post
Laura Hutts, MS OTR-L CHT, occupational therapist in Hot Springs, became a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT), one of only 34 in the state of Arkansas. CHT is one of the most advanced certifications available for occupational therapy requiring over 4,000 hours of documented direct hand therapy practice and completion of advanced clinical skills and theory… View Full Post
The first Friday in February is National Wear Red Day to promote heart health awareness, but this year we decided to make every Friday in February “Wear Red Day”. Some teams came strong right out of the gate, others…well. Now it’s time for everyone to show their support of Heart Month! Get your teams together… View Full Post
Coworkers at the Orthopedic clinic in Hot Springs celebrated Joanna Marchese, who recently became a registered nurse. Joanna continued her education while working full-time as an LPN. Those coworkers celebrating Joanna included Nikki Williams (from left), Chris Young, MD, Joanna Marchese, RN, Jared Wilson, PA-C, and Sherry Edwards, CMA.
Resolutions are hard. So are the numbers on that bathroom scale in the morning. And the number of pages in that book you’ve always been meaning to read. But, by using the psychology around habit-formation, we can help you figure out how to choose your resolution and how to keep it. The best place to… View Full Post
Officer Pelsynski was named Morrilton Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. During the holidays, Officer Pelsynski volunteered to play Santa in Morrilton’s annual Santa’s Workshop community event. While playing Santa, he visited several patient’s rooms and one young patient became so excited to see Santa that it truly touched his heart. In fact,… View Full Post
The cafeteria wants to find out from you how they can improve. A consumer experience survey is being conducted at each of the four hospitals until Friday, March 1. The survey takes less than 10 minutes and asks for feedback on a variety of topics, including quality of food, menu options, hours of service and… View Full Post