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Alyssa Huber Named Service Hero at the Infirmary

Alyssa Huber, a diet tech at the Infirmary, was named a Service Hero for displaying the value of COMPASSION. Alyssa was nominated by a patient who was especially grateful for the care she received. The patient said her medication often made her confused, and she was unclear what she should eat because of her dietaryView Full Post

Jackie Cotton Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Jackie Cotton, a supervisor in the Emergency Department at the Infirmary, was named a Service Hero for displaying the values of REVERENCE and COMPASSION. On a very cold night, a homeless man came to the Infirmary’s Emergency Department because he had been beaten up. He brought his dog and her three puppies in a shoppingView Full Post

Save a Life! Donate Blood at the Infirmary on March 5

You can save a life when you donate blood during the Infirmary’s upcoming blood drive, sponsored by the Arkansas Blood Institute. Wednesday, March 510am-3pmVincent DePaul Room All donors will receive a FREE Save the Humans-themed Tshirt and a ticket for one free meal in the cafeteria. Walk-ins are welcome or visit arkbi.org to schedule your appointment.

Tim Guinee Receives Infirmary DAISY Award

Tim Guinee, a nurse on 3NW at the Infirmary, received the February DAISY Award. Tim was nominated by a patient who praised his “words of encouragement and infectious smile.” “He catered to my needs. When I rang my bell, he was right there explaining the purpose of my pills. From the time he clocked inView Full Post

Meosha Tye Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Meosha Tye was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Meosha was nominated by a coworker after she stepped in to help during a particularly busy day when 5E had several high risk fall patients. Meosha saw the nursing staff struggling to keep all of these patients inView Full Post

Victoria Cathey Named Service Hero at Infirmary

Victoria Cathey was recognized as a Service Hero at the Infirmary for displaying the value of EXCELLENCE. Victoria was nominated by a coworker after staying past her shift to help her coworkers and patients. Victoria recognized the day shift was short-handed and didn’t have a patient care tech to hand out patient food trays andView Full Post