Heart Institute

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:

Heart Walk Participants Enjoy Great Spring Day

Thanks to the families and friends who participated in the American Heart Association Heart Walk. Our own Jason Evans of the Heart Institute played an instrumental part in the planning and organizing of the annual event. CHI St. Vincent was the title sponsor and our coworkers lined the River Walk trail cheering on the hundredsView Full Post

Coworker Appreciation Week Celebrated May 6-12

Mark your calendars! Coworker Appreciation Week will be celebrated May 6-12 with a week full of fun activities at each hospital and HCA. This is one of several ways throughout the year that we praise & celebrate our coworkers for all the work they do! This year, we’re also celebrating a high participation rate acrossView Full Post

Thanks to Marathon Volunteers

We supported the thousands who crossed the finish line at the Little Rock Marathon. As a major sponsor and supporter of this weekend of running and walking, CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute was also at the Marathon Expo to share health information. We met people of all ages; from Little Rock and beyond.  Our nursesView Full Post

New Magazine Launches to Promote Heart Health

A new magazine hit mailboxes this week! The 12-page publication is one of many promotional tools developed to raise awareness of the CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute. Featuring articles about better health, compelling patient stories, and Q&As with our doctors, the magazine will also be available in our clinics and family lounges at hospitals. BetterView Full Post

Dr. Borg Discusses Heart Health at Windstream

Dr. Douglas Borg. a cardiologist with the CHI St. Vincent Heart Institute, recently spoke to a group at Windstream about heart health as part of Heart Month in February. During the event, portion control plates were given out to attendees along with insightful information about heart attack signs and symptoms. Check out our health toolsView Full Post