The 2020 wellness program has launched, and you have the opportunity to earn $450 through a variety of programs. In 2020, all benefits-eligible employees as well as medical–plan enrolled spouses may participate in the Wellness Program. You can earn wellness cash from Jan. 13 to Sept. 30, 2020. Redeem earned money from Jan. 13 to… View Full Post
Alex Truotte was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE and COMPASSION. Alex was nominated by a coworker after going above and beyond to research how to perform a specialized MRI. A patient presented with an MRI conditional spine stimulator. Doing MRIs on patients with these implanted is… View Full Post
The Well-being Team will resume its monthly Well-being Wednesday events on Jan. 29, from 11am-2pm. Well-being team members will be stationed outside the cafeteria at all four hospitals, handing out information about the 2020 Well-being Program. The program allows benefits-eligible employees to earn $450 through a variety of activities. The team will also provide information… View Full Post
Angela Burton was recognized as a Service Hero at Hot Springs for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Angela was nominated by a coworker for the comfort and care she provided to a young patient who was treated at the hospital after a car accident. “The child was quite traumatized and scared. The whole teamdid amazing taking… View Full Post
Chaplain Brion Simmons was named a Service Hero in Morrilton for displaying the values of EXCELLENCE and COMPASSION. Brion was recognized for the care he provided patients and ED staff during a multi-car accident. Brion, second from left, is pictured with Bubba Arnold, Morrilton President; Robin Dunlap, Nurse Manager; and Michael W. Millard, Market Director… View Full Post
You can save a life when you donate blood during North’s upcoming blood drive, sponsored by the Arkansas Blood Institute. Wednesday, Feb. 59:30am-1:30pmNorth’s Admin. Conference Room All donors will receive a FREE Friends-themed Tshirt and a ticket for one free adult admission to the Museum of Discovery. Walk-ins are welcome or visit arkbi.org to schedule your appointment.
Kevin Lofton, CEO of CommonSpirit Health, has announced he will retire June 30, 2020. When he retires, Lofton will have served 17 years as CEO and 22 years as an executive with Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and now CommonSpirit, and 42 years as a health care leader. Lofton and Lloyd Dean will continue to lead… View Full Post
Janet Gaines was recognized as a Service Hero at Hot Springs for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Janet was nominated by several coworkers after she used her crafting skills to create more than 300 cards for patients who would be in the hospital on Christmas. “Knowing how hard it is to be a patient on… View Full Post