Heart Institute

More Heart Campaign Expands

We continue to promote the advanced capabilities of our Heart Institute with new promotions. Our campaign, “More Heart,” highlights both our large geographic footprint and compassionate care offered within our network of six hospitals. The Heart Institute cardiologists are located at Unity Health and Conway Regional, in addition to CHI St. Vincent hospitals. The campaign includesView Full Post

Pharmacists Honored with State Recognition

Congratulations to Pharmacy coworkers who were honored during the Arkansas Association of Health-System Pharmacists annual fall seminar. Meagan Doyle, Pharm.D., was awarded Arkansas New Practitioner of the Year; Annie Lockhart, Pharm.D., was named Arkansas Staff Pharmacist of the Year; and Donna Young, Medication History Tech, was named Arkansas Technician of the Year. Megan’s nomination noted the positiveView Full Post

My CHI Knowledge Hub Launches This Fall

Get ready for the latest in online learning. This fall, My CHI Knowledge Hub, our new learning management system, will launch. The Hub will replace LEARN. You’ll use My CHI Knowledge Hub for the same learning activities as in LEARN: Completing annual and assigned courses and certifications Completing elective courses Managing your transcripts, certifications and more Beginning Sept. 27, youView Full Post

New Cardiologist Joins Heart Institute

Dr. Abdel Al Emam, an interventional cardiologist, has joined CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute, Arkansas’s largest and most diverse network of heart specialists. Dr. Al Emam’s clinic is located at 10100 Kanis Road in Little Rock. He will also be seeing patients at the CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute clinic in Heber Springs, 301 SouthridgeView Full Post

Consumer Magazine Wins National Praise

The 2017 “Heart of Hot Springs” publication was awarded national recognition at the 35th annual Healthcare Advertising Awards. It highlighted the integration of the Hot Springs cardiology program into the larger network of the CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute. It also provided great visuals about the difference between heart attacks for men and women. TheView Full Post

Moustache Cardiologist Retires after 38 Years

Dr. David Hicks, a long-time cardiologist with the Heart Institute, retired after 38 years of service to our community. He practiced at the Little Rock-Kanis clinic and at our Heber Springs clinic. He’s known for his terrific handlebar moustache. Check out the pictures from the June party: